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An interesting article regarding the Arabic and Islamic themes in Herbert's Dune. 

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Things that make you go hmmm. Coincidence? I think not. 
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If you have Netflix and you dig paladins? Do yourself a favour and check out Last Knights (2015). I like the way honor and duty figure into the execution of the story. Referees will find it inspirational for running paladins and cavaliers, or even for bringing social standing and political intrigue into their campaigns. 

Is Swords & Wizardry: White Box no longer being offered by Mythmere Games? I'm having a bit of trouble finding a good link for an interested party. 

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I wanted to post some artwork for my upcoming print release of Journeys In The Land Of Khordesh for Swords & Wizardry: Core. I'm not doing this advertise my product so much as I am to highlight Mark "Marjasall" Allen's amazing artwork. Since this page had spell descriptions on it I thought it would be fun to have a MU casting a lightning bolt spell. I believe +Mark Allen delivered all I could have wanted in that drawing.

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I'm not backing the KS, but I figured if I was going to post the cartoon I might as well give the artist a shout out!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/488571414/life-of-the-party-the-realities-of-a-rpger?ref=hero_thanks
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As a backer of the Kickstarter, I have an advanced copy of Douglas Cole's Grappling rules. Here is a link to my review which includes a link to preorder a copy of your own.

Edit to add the pre-order (updated) link: https://gamingballistic.com/2017/01/09/pre-order-dungeon-grappling/

Let me be painfully blunt, as I've been known to do when a subject comes up over and over again. If you want to run a (so-called) old school campaign? You'll need a copy of Chainmail (CM) about as much as a fish needs a bicycle.

I'm speaking as someone who started playing OD&D before even Supplement I: Greyhawk was published. I never needed nor missed having CM. CM is great for miniatures wargaming, and it's nice to have as a historical reference to see what OD&D grew out of, but not needed by any reasonable definition of the word. Anyone telling you otherwise was likely not around during those halcyon gaming days. Even the co-authors of the game, by their own admission and verified by others who played in those early games, didn't use CM rules (except for mass battles) in their home campaigns. 

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Hey +Bryan Frugé! Check out these stormtrooper versus "aliens" paintings! 
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