Nov 012012
 

So, by now, you probably know that I like to read a variety of gaming blogs.  However, there are so many sites out there with great stuff that I just can’t read them all.  Having said that, there is one that I do manage to go back to every so often, and that’s 1958Fury’s Campaign Journals.

 

Here’s Matt:

1958Fury’s Campaign Journals is where I record the events of gaming sessions I’ve played in, and also where I express my opinions about the RPG industry.  As a relative newbie to gaming (I started playing D&D about 5 years ago), I have a strong preference for simpler, easy-to-learn gaming systems.  I hope to provide a fresh perspective that is influenced more by playability than nostalgia.

In any gaming group I’ve been in, as a player or DM, I’ve always been the record keeper.  I started this blog because it seemed like the easiest way to make the information available to all the members of my group.  Then I started branching out by posting reviews of RPG products, rants about rules systems I’ve tried, pictures of my miniature collection, and occasionally my own original modules for public use.  I am currently working on several more modules that I will post in the near future.

What Matt didn’t say is that he’s intelligent, and a smooth writer.  Sometimes I think he could be writing about grass growing, and I’d still tune in.

1958Fury’s Campaign Journals, a good read.

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Chris Stevens

In Chris's opinion, the very best vices are dirt bikes, rock music, and gaming, while the very best medicine is fatherhood. If he could just learn to balance them all, he'd live forever. He's much more creative than intelligent, often wakes up belligerent, and ponders many things insignificant. Lastly, in an effort to transform his well-fed body, P90X, Roller Blades, and Food are all laughing at him. And the pain continues.

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