We were lucky enough to get some time with Lou Agresta in the middle of the Kickstarter for Grimmerspace, a scifi horror setting for the Paizo Starfinder RPG. We discuss the choice of the system, playing horror in an RPG, Sean Astin’s involvement in the project, the Grimmerspace setting and setting-specific character classes and technology. We played the free starter adventure available on the Kickstarter page called Abbatoir-8 and we recount a little of our experiences. #grimmerspace #starfinder
A return and response to the UK Games Expo incident. Interviews this week. First with Lou Agresta from Iron GM Games about Grimmerspace on Kickstarter. Then Ken Spencer from Why Not Games about their adaption of Rocket Age to 5e. Finally, Cass Suwinski from Tomb Guardians Miniatures and their new magnetic dungeon tiles for their Dwarf Mines Quest RPG.
The second session of the free adventure Grimmerspcae: Abbatoir-8 by Iron GM Games. Find out what happens to the lovable Thrask. Will our heroes survive? Does a leader really need two arms? These questions and more in the second session of Grimmerspace.
Our first session of Abbatoir-8, the preview adventure for Grimmerspace, on Kickstarter. Grimmerspace is developed by Rone Barton, Lou Agresta and Sean Patrick Astin at Iron GM Games. It is a Starfinder Compatible Sci-Fi Horror RPG Setting & Adventures. #grimmerspace #abbatoir-8 #actualplay
The second session of the Grimmerspace free adventure Abbatoir-8. Things From the Flood RPG controversy at UK Games Expo. On Kickstarter, The Few and Cursed comics by Felipe Cagno now have a deck-building miniatures board game by Mike Gnade. The Rocket Age roleplaying game is being adapted to DnD 5e by Why Not Games.
R.Talsorian Games releases an image for Cyberpunk Red and Twitter responds. Free League is making an Alien RPG using the Year Zero Engine with pre-orders starting now. Grimmerspace on Kickstarter and our livestream of the first actual play session. Also on Kickstarter Hard Wired Island, a retrofuture TTRPG putting the “punk” back in “CyberPUNK”