Great War In
Europe | Empires in Arms | Nihongi
| Micea | Babylon
Five | Others | Lords
| Empires In Arms |
(12-11-2003 ) Consolidated all of the
Crusader Earth materials into one
What the Heck is this?
Gaming, either Interactive Strategy Gaming (which is where you engage
in a competitive game with multiple other players scattered around the
nation and the world) or Role-Playing (where you get together with two
to ten of your buds and tell a story improvisationally with the guidance
of a game-master), is one of the things that occupies a fair amount of
Games tend to have specific backgrounds (game worlds) and genres
(horror, SF, historical). Tom's most recent campaigns (extended story
lines in a given game world) have been:
A D20-system gameworld set in a fantasy-variant Holy Land set just
after the First Crusade. Contains a campaign pack (Beyond Jerusalem), a
two-part module (Mysterious Ways), various NPCs and a set of short stories
which appeared in Dragon magazine
featuring the NPC characters and the game-world.
This campaign was set in Feudal Japan and starred Girl Team. I had
run Boy Team for so long it was starting to hurt my brain and I needed a
change. Boy, did I get one!
Lords of the Earth
In addition to being the game designer for this Play-by-Mail game,
Tom plays in a game or two. This is his page for Western
Rome in Lords Two.
Robert Giffords is running a
play-by-email game of Empires in Arms (Sharpe) and is slugging it out in
Great War In Europe
Colin Dunnigan has compiled and consolidated an up-to-date rulebook
for XTR's GREAT WAR IN EUROPE (including the Middle East expansion).
This is a pretty cool game covering World War One.
It's available in Word97 format and PDF.
This is an science-fiction game world set in the Babylon
Five universe (a TV show on the TNT
network, created by Joe Straczynski for the Warner Brothers PTEN
consortium). The players are employees of the Rimworld Ventures
corporation, an Earth-based xenoarchaeological concern with an office on
the Babylon Five station.
This is a fantasy game world populated by anthropomorphics (fuzzy
animals that walk upright and have thumbs). The players were, at first,
newly inducted members of the Seven Cities League Iron Legion. Later,
after getting into a lot of trouble, they were wandering mercenaries.
This game used a fusion ruleset based on both the Steve
Jackson Games GURPS system and on Chaosium Game's Pendragon.
Legends of the Past...
(Warning! Lots of graphics on this
Since Tom's been doing this kind of gaming since junior high, he has
many skeletons in the closet. Some of his previous games are summarized