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Chaosium Interviews: Generic Fantasy or Genre Fantasy?

Chaosium Interviews: Generic Fantasy or Genre Fantasy?

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 7th Sep 2022

What do you prefer, generic fantasy or genre fantasy? What do those two terms even mean? David Larkins, line editor for the Pendragon RPG, shares his thoughts on the structure and stories underpinning fantasy media, including roleplaying.The latest of our 'Chaosium Interviews' series with … read more
Pendragon Design Journal #12: Writing the Starter Set, Part Two

Pendragon Design Journal #12: Writing the Starter Set, Part Two

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 31st Aug 2022

By David Larkins, Pendragon line editor.A new edition of the Pendragon RPG is coming! The intention of this series of design journals by Pendragon line editor David Larkins is to trace the path of development, starting in the early 1980s and culminating with the forthcoming new edition of the Pendra … read more
Chaosium Interviews: Play your Knight, with David Larkins

Chaosium Interviews: Play your Knight, with David Larkins

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 10th Aug 2022

In this latest Chaosium Interview, David Larkins, line editor of the Pendragon TTRPG, talks about how in the new edition, players are supported in creating and playing a diverse range of character types. He's talking to James Coquillat. … read more
Chaosium Interviews: Why Play Heroes?

Chaosium Interviews: Why Play Heroes?

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 8th Jul 2022

Pendragon line editor David Larkins discusses talks about playing heroes in TTRPGs. He explains many subtleties including exclusively virtuous characters, conflicted heroes, and the different things it can mean to be a "hero". David is talking with James Coquillat as part of our Chaosium I … read more
Pendragon Design Journal #10: Arthurian Acts

Pendragon Design Journal #10: Arthurian Acts

Posted by Michael O'Brien on 29th May 2022

By David Larkins, Pendragon line editor.A new edition of the Pendragon RPG is coming! The intention of this series of design journals by Pendragon line editor David Larkins is to trace the path of development, starting in the early 1980s and culminating with the forthcoming new edition of the Pendra … read more