[Every week I pre-schedule a "Sunday Links" post. Throughout the week when I find something that piques my particular interests but I don't have time to say much, or don't have much to say I'll add link to it here. Little bit in the spirit of robotwisdom.com and a little bit cause I'm always forgetting were I saw cool idea 'X' and little bit cause most weeks I read so much that deserves a wider audience. So, there may be a lot of content or may not be much each week.]
I Hit It With My Axe is picking up nicely, episode 4 made me laugh out loud -- http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/i-hit-it-with-my-axe/1602-Episode-4-A-Lot-Of-Spiders
ITGW Success -- http://traditionalgaming.wordpress.com/2010/03/30/spring-itgw-success/
Greyhawk was the 1st campaign world I ever encountered. It held the "this is how it should be done" title for quite awhile. But, I eventually grew to abhor the shiny, nice, pseudo-[medieval|late Roman] trappings I had associated with it. Reading various "pulp" interpretations, Greyhawk seems new and awesome again. Considering returning to it.
This is how paladins roll, 'God Haunted' is great description -- http://oldguardgamingaccoutrements.blogspot.com/2010/04/god-haunted-paladins-of-wyrd-greyhawk.html
And this is how Dryads -- http://dungeonmum.blogspot.com/2010/02/teremedas-grove.html
And War Chimps -- http://greenskeletongamingguild.blogspot.com/2010/04/simian-saturday-war-chimps.html
And Dolls -- http://dungeonmum.blogspot.com/2010/04/living-dolls.html
And Bad-Asses -- http://www.badassoftheweek.com/hervor.html
End Game Material via -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Prince
OMFG, yes! There is a Planet Algol Master Index -- http://planetalgol.blogspot.com/2010/04/master-index-of-freely-available-planet.html
The realism and detail of CG is beginning to freak me out, and I so love that "RPG bloggers" have there very own 3d artist rocking out new characters and scenes every week -- http://greywulf.net/2010/04/danger-falling-barbarian/
"Knightmare", British Dungeon Game Show kicks all sorts of serious ass (in the it's cool looking back at it as a 40yr old but I would have dismissed as lame kids crap when I was a kid) -- http://rpglabyrinth.blogspot.com/2010/04/knightmare.html
The latest goings on of interest to classic style gamers are reported by Jame's in his weekly OSR News from The Underdark Gazette.
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