HAMMERCRAWL! is now a full game!

HAMMERCRAWL! is now a full game!

It’s been a long while coming, but I’m pleased to finally announce that after much tooling around and growing dissatisfaction with games that I’ve played this process with, HAMMERCRAWL! is now being developed as a complete new game from the ground up. If you aren’t familiar with the concept, HAMMERCRAWL! started as my own home-brew…

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Ride the SAVAGE Motorcycle-Samurai Highway!

Ride the SAVAGE Motorcycle-Samurai Highway!

Hello fellow Savages! A number of you have been routed this way from the Pinnacle Website, and I want to introduce myself and the new game. I’m N. Phillip Cole, creator of Motobushido, the Motorcycle-Samurai Roleplaying game. Back in 2014 I had the pleasure of sitting with Shane Hensley on a design panel at a…

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Savage Worlds Motobushido is Officially Seeking Playtesters!

Savage Worlds Motobushido is Officially Seeking Playtesters!

(I posted this earlier today directly to the original Kickstarter page, but with an official announcement pending I am putting this post up as an official rally point.) Hello folks! So a while back, I got contracted to write a Savage Worlds version of Motobushido for Pinnacle. To make a long story short, that version…

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HAMMERCRAWL! RPG Method version 2.2 is now live

HAMMERCRAWL! RPG Method version 2.2 is now live

After a bit of work over the past weekend, I finally assembled a newer, crisper version of the HAMMERCRAWL! gaming method outline document. This current version is a refinement of the last blog post I wrote on the matter, taking a lot of those pieces and reorganizing them into a usable-at-the-table reference text. Like all…

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Divorcing Word: Embracing Markdown and Git for Game Writing

Divorcing Word: Embracing Markdown and Git for Game Writing

Over the course of 2016 I have traveled a long but (surprisingly!) easy journey to simplify my writing practices by eliminating distractions from as much of my design tools as possible. Most definitely the biggest and most drastic change in this process was moving away from my go-to standard of Microsoft Word, and instead adopting…

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