Sunday, July 9, 2017

RPG Blog Carnival June: The Participants of Gonzo & Cross-Genre

In June I hosted the RPG Blog Carnival and my topic was Gonzo and Cross-Genre Gaming. You can learn more about the Carnival and even visit it's archives at Johnn Four's Roleplaying Tips.

I am extremely grateful to share the posts of those that chose to join me on this topic, in no particularly order.

Clark Timmins posted about Multiverses in RPGs.

Phil Nicholls about applying Gonzo to his Tales of the Hero Wars game.

Marc Plourde posted about the appeal of genre mash-ups.

And Brian Rubinfeld posted an assortment of Magictech for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.

I apologize that my follow up is late and truly appreciated the opportunity to host the RPG Blog Carnival. And I am honored to host the work of my fellow bloggers on this topic.

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