Entries by Joseph D. Carriker

Ronin Round Table: Cybernetics in Valkana

While working on the outline for Titansgrave: World of Valkana, I’d finally hammered down (with an incredible degree of aid from Ryan Wheaton) the various political structures, historical weirdnesses, and generally rich tapestry of the setting’s major landmass. Then, I turned my attention to some of the cool stuff that the PCs can and should […]

Ronin Round Table: GenCon 2016 Roleplaying Games!

  As I’m sure most folks know, the events registration for GenCon 2016 went live on Sunday. As an aid to everyone who is interested in playing some of their favorite Green Ronin Publishing roleplaying games at GenCon—or trying out one they’ve never played before—we thought we’d compile a handy list of links to those […]

Ronin Roundtable: Useful Resources for A Song of Ice & Fire

Running a campaign of A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying can be quite involved. As the Narrator, you have to breathe life into the setting with interesting Narrator Characters, keep the plot moving forward (with or without the player characters!), evolve the storyline to respond to the players actions, and on and on. It’s […]

Ronin Round Table: Generational Games in A Song of Ice & Fire Roleplaying

A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying tends to have a distinct focus on families and legacies. It’s not surprising – the powers of Westeros are its Houses, and while they maintain their hold through economics and military, they establish their alliances and continue their legacies through family. As such, there is a sense of […]