Those Judges Guild modules are insane! On a totally technical note, it's harder to draw 3D-isometric-maps with the 'architectural floorplan adventures' where the rooms are separated only by thin walls... it's easier to draw dungeon-style layouts where there's more empty space inbetween. But I did it for Barrier Peaks,… » 9/25/14 7:59pm 9/25/14 7:59pm

You're forgetting that even as cheesy a disaster movie as "The Day After Tomorrow" featured a brief scene in which hordes of Americans flee south over the border to Mexico to escape the "global cooling." And the Mexican government agrees to take them in, in return for the US forgiving all their foreign debt. -_- » 6/26/13 11:20am 6/26/13 11:20am

Escape from Canada's Manga Censorship Dungeon

Last summer, civil liberties groups Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and Comic Legends Legal Defense Fund helped defend Ryan Matheson, an American citizen who faced a year in Canadian prison for possession of child pornography. Why? The charges against the 27-year-old software engineer had come via Canadian customs… » 3/19/12 7:00am 3/19/12 7:00am

What-EVER. So Nazis are off-limits for humor? Someone tell that to Mel Brooks before he makes "The Producers"... oh wait, that was 50 YEARS AGO. While Legend of Koizumi does have some racial stereotypes, political humor is invariably offensive. It's certainly less offensive than people comparing politicians to Nazis… » 2/26/11 7:15am 2/26/11 7:15am

@Jack B. Quick (jbq): Good point, I agree that d20's cultural hegemony (or now, 4e's) is a little scary. I hope to get into many other RPG systems, but I wanted to start with what was most easily recognizable. Really, any system can be role-play-based... even D&D is as role-playish as you want it to be, just with… » 1/20/10 11:56pm 1/20/10 11:56pm