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Advice Blog

What’s a “love letter”?

If you frequent the DW communities online but haven’t played or read Apocalypse World yet, you may have heard the term “love letter” before but not be sure what it means. In brief, it’s a few paragraphs written specifically for a player or players to bring them up to speed on their situation, usually after […]

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Advice Blog

Writing your own adventures

After getting a lot out of what Johnstone Metzger had to say on the subject, I wanted to add my own thoughts on writing adventures.

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Chalcedon

The Quartz Monolith

Rising a hundred feet over the western shore of Chalcedon, the quartz monolith stands in stark contrast to the rolling hills and fields around it. No-one knows where it came from, though the dwarves and crystal-kin are often blamed.

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Blog

Book Review: Spider from the Well

My good friend Tim Reed asked for my thoughts on his latest book, Spider from the Well, and I was happy to oblige! Tim is a young author of fantasy novels and short stories. You can get most of his content on Amazon. Spider from the well is a short horror story by Tim Reed about […]

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Chalcedon

Kheluz-Gund, the Dwarven Convoy

Built by the dwarves long ago, the Kheluz-Gund is a transport – a towering convoy of earth elementals. You were hired to ride the convoy and guard a particular piece of cargo. Right now, you and the cargo are secured in the middle carriage. The other passengers are going about their business while outside you hear the dull booms of the […]

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Blog

Interview with me at Play to find out!

This afternoon I had the pleasure of chatting with Matt Smith (not the eleventh doctor, sadly) about all things Dungeon World, gaming and my creative process. I had a lot of fun! Check out the link here: Play to find out! Joe Banner Remix Interview A few other people and links mentioned in the interview: […]

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Mirkasa

The Castle’s the Key

A derelict castle hiding the remains of a demi-god – ready for the taking?