Star Trek III Starship Combat Game

The FASA Star Trek Roleplaying game established some really cool Trek mythology that was basically destroyed by TNG. While I enjoyed TNG, I was one of the people annoyed since I had been reading and playing with the FASA games for a few years by that point.

You could find these ads in comics in the 1980s. I would try and get my fellow comic book readers interested in a little Trek RPG by pointing these out, but they would never bite. Lots of dice were rolled alone.

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Retroist Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

Retroist Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

Welcome to the Retroist Dungeons & Dragons Podcast. I begin by talking about one of my earlier experiences with the game. The I talk about the creation of D&D. How it moved from supplement to game. How it grew HUGE and the various iterations over the years. I bring up the TV shows, movies, video games and so much more.

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Marvel RPG Ad

I loved the collecting the Marvel RPG books, not because I enjoyed play the game. I always found it difficult to stay in character with heroes that have so much history. Plus it bothered me when the GM diverged from canon. What I liked about this books is how they broke down the character’s powers and rated their strengths and weaknesses. It made for great Sunday afternoon rainy day reading and daydreaming.

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