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Richard Williams (Epistolary Richard)
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Epistolary Richard
Epistolary Richard

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Through January, I'll be announcing the winners of the tabletop rpg Playmaker awards.
I'm delighted to announce the next winner is Dave Winterbottom aka 'Purple'.

https://playmakerawards.blogspot.com/2019/01/winner-dave-winterbottom.html

Thanks to OneBookShelf for their contribution to the prizes.
Winner - Dave Winterbottom
Winner - Dave Winterbottom
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EN World recently ran a poll to ask its readers what their favourite podcast is. The results have now been announced on Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk podcast and The Good Friends of Jackson Elias were voted number 1.

We're still in shock.

Thank you ever so much to everyone who voted for us. This has quite made our day!
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Through January, I'll be announcing the winners of the tabletop rpg Playmaker awards.
I'm delighted to announce the next winner is Marty Bucholz.

https://playmakerawards.blogspot.com/2019/01/winner-marty-bucholz.html

Thanks to OneBookShelf for their contribution to the prizes.
Winner - Marty Bucholz
Winner - Marty Bucholz
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Through January, I'll be announcing the winners of the tabletop rpg Playmaker awards.
I'm delighted to announce the next winner is Salt Lord Ross.
 https://playmakerawards.blogspot.com/2019/01/winner-salt-lord-ross.html
https://www.twitter.com/SaltLordRoss

Thanks to OneBookShelf for their contribution to the prizes.
Winner - Salt Lord Ross
Winner - Salt Lord Ross
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Congratulations! Well deserved to all involved.
Through January, I'll be announcing the winners of the tabletop rpg Playmaker awards.
I'm delighted to announce the next winner is +Sean Nittner & BigBadCon.
 https://playmakerawards.blogspot.com/2019/01/winner-sean-nittner-big-bad-con.html

Thanks to OneBookShelf for their contribution to the prizes.
Winner - Sean Nittner & Big Bad Con
Winner - Sean Nittner & Big Bad Con
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Through January, I'll be announcing the winners of the tabletop rpg Playmaker awards.
I'm delighted to announce the next winner is +Sean Nittner & BigBadCon.
 https://playmakerawards.blogspot.com/2019/01/winner-sean-nittner-big-bad-con.html

Thanks to OneBookShelf for their contribution to the prizes.
Winner - Sean Nittner & Big Bad Con
Winner - Sean Nittner & Big Bad Con
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This is your reminder that if you can see this message and you've not subscribed to the new Indie RPG Pipeline blog then you may have missed the 200 games I've listed there over the last few months.
https://theindierpgpipeline.blogspot.com
As my previous post, with the sunsetting of G+ I closed this community and have transferred the pipeline to its own blog. You can now follow by daily email, rss feeds or subscribe to the blog directly. I will no longer be posting to this community so head on over.
Thanks!
Richard

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #92, including every tabletop project started between 01/07 till 01/13.

Amon the games this time round you’ll find Land Under the Flames. A game with a fantasy setting which will see the players character and tribe develop through the years and epochs. The setting and concept sounds interesting, yet the information regarding the system is a bit scarce – maybe to be found on the games website. I personally do like The Bone Marshes a bit more. It’s closer to actually being a fantasy rpg adventure, yet it does come with a small OSR-like system of its own to help one explore marshes in hex’es. Then there Clockwork Depths, which combines tabletop rpg and LARP with a setting of their own. It’s an alternative world to our own, with lot more of underwater action and some (in my opinion) steampunk influences. The last of the games, Station Keepers, offers quite and interesting approach to Kickstarter next to its Science Fiction setting. While the game will be about the characters trying to loot a space station under the creators watch, neither the system nor the setting has been formulated it. Which isn’t unintentional bad Kickstarter design, but an experiment by the creator. Though am hesitant about it, as money is involved.
Next to those projects you’ll find plenty more interesting ones, just take a look:

English Crowdfundings

4 Role-Playing Games
3 Supplements
1 Setting
3 Adventures
1 Dice Project
1 Accessoire
1 Soundscape
1 LARP Project
1 Comic
1 Coloring Book
3 Various RPG Projects

Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/01/13/crowdfunding-collection-92/
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I’ve written a fantasy RPG. It’s called King of Dungeons. It’s available for early playtest right now. Want one? All I ask for is an email address and a promise of feedback. Let me know?
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Congratulations! Well deserved to all involved over the many years.
Through January, I'll be announcing the winners of the tabletop rpg Playmaker awards.
I'm delighted to announce the next winner is +Steve Segedy & Games on Demand!
https://playmakerawards.blogspot.com/2019/01/winner-steve-segedy-games-on-demand.html
Winner - Steve Segedy & Games on Demand
Winner - Steve Segedy & Games on Demand
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