And so the good Rev Mike seems to have disappeared off of the face of the Earth these last few months which is a shame. It has also meant that we have been without a roundup for that months carnival and so without further ado I present to you the March roundup on Mike’s behalf.
During March he hosted the RPG Bloggers Network’s carnival which was on the topic of war. Obviously we discussed what was it good for but as you can see from the list below many of you did more than just that.
My personal favourites this time around are Greywulf’s Megadungeon Wars which sound like a blast. I’ve no idea why but it reminds me of a subterranean version of Bloodbowl that I recall White Dwarf publishing back in the mists of time and Mike Bourke’s work over at Campaign Mastery
Yet again it was a busy month but have a good read of as many as you can as each one is worth it’s weight in gold.
An Undisciplined Oaf Quartet
Keeping it Together: How To Keep War Compelling – The Basics
War in Low Level Campaigns
The Gamer Traveller
The Roads of War – Rome, Italy
Exchange of Realities
Why Must War Be Inevitable
The Supporters of War
Ten War Options for a Non-Warlike Character, Part 1
Ten War Options for a Non-Warlike Character, Part 2
The Six Year Old Child Principle of War and International Relations
RPG Blog II
Guide To War By Levels
The Spoils of War
5 Adventure Hooks for Time of War
Save vs Pointy Stick
Social Intrigue part II – Inciting And Stopping Wars
Vulcan Steve’s Database
War! Is it really game-able in an RPG?
The God of War
Wars in Your Fantasy Campaign
The Dice Bag
Keeping it Irregular
Cogito, ergo ludo
War is Boring
Next months carnival will beheld by A Butterfly Dreaming on the topic of Humour and Gami… oh wait that was the follow up to this carnival. The carnival for June is actually being held at Mad Brew Labs with the topic of Steampunk and Klokwerks.