Sometimes, I just abandon projects.

This project was abandoned sometime in the 1990s. The goal was to make a Zentradi Battlepod in the same scale as Battle Tech.

theseoldgames.com/2022/05/aban

Just a minor website update to show off a new image gallery. I'd like to use this to display my painted figures in the future.

This gallery shows off a Lego T.I.E. Fighter and my new affiliate links to the Lego Store. I'll be running some new types of ads in addition to some new content like lego products.

theseoldgames.com/2022/05/lego

I don't have much time on my hands, so I read a story by @larry Hamilton and watched a video by @Reverend Fox. It made me realize that I had a story sitting out on my blog in draft mode.

theseoldgames.com/2022/04/ghou

A brief update from
the blog. I cover Theif Envy, rolling too many dice, and otherwise causing headaches for myself.

theseoldgames.com/2022/04/how-

God, I'm tired. I wrote a 1000 or 2000 word post and either forgot to share or left it in draft mode.

This one is a two pieces post about the trouble I've brought on myself at the table plus one especially cranky and troublesome player at my table.

theseoldgames.com/2022/03/ad-e

Yesterday, wrote about variable and standard 1d6 damage in B/X. I am all the way variable damage, but after some reflection, the standard 1d6 damage seems like an excellent opportunity for different gameplay options.

theseoldgames.com/2022/02/ques

I spent some time sorting out all of my reviews. I now have all 96 reviews sorted by category and genre. The main categories are PnP Games, Video Games, Movies and TV, Novels, and Other.

theseoldgames.com/p/2021-revie

In this Five Point Friday, I crawl through all kinds of randomness. Hexes, F-Stop Fitzgerald, Columbia House CDs, Facebook, and finally, some D&D.

theseoldgames.com/2022/02/five

I've got a shortlist of stupid human tricks for Hexcrawling. In this post, I share some tools and tips that would work in almost any hexcrawl.

theseoldgames.com/2022/02/hexc

Session two of my hexcrawl. The party is slow to advance after a ghoulish discovery but gives a good accounting of itself in combat.

theseoldgames.com/2022/02/sess

This week's Antiquity Tuesday is also my first guest post by @ian Borchardt. Ian took the time to comment on my post about the Sarcina and expanded on how this device fits into the daily life of Roman Soldiers.

theseoldgames.com/2022/02/anti

First time playing Old School Essentials with Into the Wild for a hex crawl. Things went great!

The party battled a couple of sea serpents who created more problems than they were prepared to deal with.

theseoldgames.com/2022/02/sess

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