…would it be possible to run Kringle in Time in one sitting?
Let’s hear it for Brent’s forceful encouragement. I wholeheartedly agree with his call for better and more accessible content. As a content producer, I certainly hope to do my part. And as a content producer, I’d love to hear specific suggestions on what sort of material would best serve the community. New “serious” (or semi-serious) settings or adventures...
Risus, as we all know, is a “comedy system”, but as we also well know, it has the potential for so much more serious play. However, in the general perception of the RPG community, Risus is always relegated to the niche of bizarre or funny one-shots. Certainly much of that comes from S. John Ross’ own view point and promotion of Risus., but I wonder how much we as the primary visible fans are also...
Say It With Me
I should apply damage at the end of the round. I should apply damage at the end of the round. I should apply damage at the end of the round.
It occurs to me that there is no set of rules so simple that people will not...– Guy Hoyle via RisusTalk (stuff like the discussion which spurred this comment make being in the group fun).
This is supposed to be a group blog, but it hasn’t been very groupy for quite some time (where did the others go anyway?). If anyone wishes to join in as a full member, just send me an email at rumn8tr_at_gmail (don’t worry, tumblr is very cool and easy to work with), or if you just want to post a quick something once in a while, feel free to just Submit your Risus TOTM.
Return of the Totem Pole
Trying to move the theme back to being more Risusy…Hopefully it still works right.
Having fun with the theme
I thought I’d play around with the theme and see what else I could do. I kind of like the new look (of course, it matches with my other Tumblr sites). What do you think?
Risus: The Anything RPG Squidoo Page →
The Squidoo page hasn’t been updated for a while…anything even need to be updated there?
Risus Monkey →
A nifty Risus-based blog has returned! Well worth checking out.
How to turn your stock fantasy RPG into a unique... →
Good notes for designing settings.