Resource page update: TheMook.net

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A quick post to let you know I updated the GURPS resource page with an entry on Warren Wilson (Mook)’s website, where you can find a ton of material, ranging from fillable sheets for everything to combat examples. Also, I must confess I’m painfully jealous of this GM screen of his… Warren has also written a book for beginner to intermediate GURPS GMs, How to be a GURPS GM, to help them make sense of this uniquely rich but sometimes intimidating system.

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Resource page update

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Just a quick note to let you know that I’ve just added two more links to the resource page, in the GURPS section: the Youtube video channel of Nolinquisitor and GURPS.Net wiki, curated by Celti.

Back, at last!

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Well, this is embarrassing, as some browsers say…

Long story short: work caught up with me real bad and I found myself with no time for this blog and, even worse, nearly no time for playing GURPS either.

Well, things got better and I’m back, now! I’ve already a few posts and articles in the works, so stay tuned!

Resource page update

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I just updated the resource page with a few more links.

I’m still working my way through the obvious stuff, like Games Diner, Gaming BallisticDungeon FantasticGnome Stew, etc. I also added a couple of links to Forgotten Realms related material, as I’m running a campaign in this setting and I found it a good opportunity to share these. 

Also, I reorganised the page a bit so it doesn’t just look like a bag of links.

Swords of Bloggery

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Welcome to the den of the Red Mouser!

This is my new website on all-things RPG, Science Fiction and Fantasy. This blog will feature book reviews, system hacks, game aids and general information.

GURPS being my system of choice, you can expect most of the RPG-related articles to focus on this game.

I’ve been playing RPGs for over 25 years now and touched many, many games before settling with GURPS.

If you’re wondering about the title of this website (and of this post as well, for that matter), the reference is to Fritz Leiber’s sword and sorcery works, where we follow the adventures of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.