Category Archives: Roleplaying
Roleplaying Games, Conventions, Cubs and Websites
I saw this sign on The Local Taphouse in Darlinghurst. It reads like you are playing a Call of Cthulhu role playing game. Lovecraft beer? Only when the Ale Stars’ Membership are right!
Some photos from my visit to Eyecon 2013 yesterday. The culture at RPG conventions seems to have improved since I was last at one. And they now have a session specificity for children.
Looking through the Mac OS X Character Viewer, I see there is a section for ‘Divination Symbols‘. They all look like blocks of horizontal lines in a variety of combinations. Some full times, some with breaks in the middle and … Continue reading →
Walking down York street I thought I would stick my head into The Tin Soldier, and found that it had closed. Further enquires to their “Perith” store or web site. As I stood there looking at the sign there were … Continue reading →
I was reading an RPG forum where someone posed the question: Open question: Why do we, at times, feel compelled to look at something else that someone does for fun and evaluate it negatively? There were a number of pages … Continue reading →
Walking though Harajuku I was greeted by this visage staring down at me from a clothing store. Dark glasses, goatee, frilly shirt, bad jewellery… looks like a role player. Actually, it reminds me of number role players I know in … Continue reading →
Seeing as Necronomicon is not running this year another group decided to run their con at Easter, Eyecon. From their FAQ they intend to run it each year. Will it be the new Easter convention in Sydney? I went and … Continue reading →
Finished uploading my photos from Necronomicon 2002 to flickr last night. Previously hosted on the Necronomicon Gallery, I though they would be more accessible on flickr. You can also find them in the Australian RPG Conventions group. And the original … Continue reading →
Just finished uploading my photos from Necronomicon 2001 to flickr. Previously hosted on the Necronomicon Gallery, I though they would be more accessible on flickr. You can also find them in the Australian RPG Conventions group.
I recently came across About Us, a web directory of domains that uses a wiki as its underlying engine. Most of the pages are created by a bot. You enter the domain name, and the bot collects information about the … Continue reading →