Frequent Guest Poster Keith Garrett has been getting into Tales From The Loop recently, and he’s been writing about it on his blog. He decided to doff a red hat and swing over with some of his articles about this awesome looking game. Check out his interviews with some of the creators below. – Nostalgic John As we covered recently in our article about hosting a rad 80s gaming party, Tales from the Loop is a new RPG based on the strange, Swedish, 80s-infused art of Simon Stålenhag. I had a few questions for the designers of the game, and...Read More
Author: Keith Garrett
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Keith Garrett is a freelance writer from Memphis. He’s been a roleplayer for 30 years, and firmly believes you can never have too many dice. He writes more things like this at adventuresofkeithgarrett.com, and on Twitter he’s @keithagarrett.
Frequent guest poster Keith Garrett has been getting into Tales From The Loop recently, and he’s been writing about it on his blog. He decided to doff a red hat and swing over with some of his articles about this awesome looking game. Check out the first one below. – Nostalgic John I’m hooked on a new roleplaying game called Tales from the Loop. It came out just a few months ago, and puts players in the roles of kids dealing with strange things in an “80s that never was.” And I like it so much that I’ve...Read More
“Gnome Stew Guest Author Keith Garrett donned his red shirt and gnome hat to go out and get us an interview with Chris Birch about the new Modiphius Star Trek game. Beam in and boldly check out the interview Keith brought back from his away mission! – Boldly Going Where Gnome Ann Has Gone Before John” What a year for Star Trek fans. We’ve got a new movie, a new series nearing production, and now a new Star Trek roleplaying game. The game will be called Star Trek Adventures, designed by Modiphius Entertainment. Modiphius plans to release the game in Summer of...Read More
Gnome Stew guest author Keith Garrett is currently celebrating 31 Days of Ghostbusters at his blog adventuresofkeithgarrett.com. He’s writing posts every day to celebrate the franchise’s return to the big screen (tomorrow!). He graciously decided to share not one but two with us. Check out the last one talking about the Ghostbusters RPG of yore. – Full On Ectoplasmic Phenomenon John The Ghostbusters RPG (which we talked about recently) may be dearly departed, but it lives on in spirit. Elements from Ghostbusters have made their way into later games, either in the form of game mechanics, philosophy, sense of...Read More
Gnome Stew guest author Keith Garrett is currently celebrating 31 Days of Ghostbusters at his blog adventuresofkeithgarrett.com. He’s writing posts every day to celebrate the franchise’s return to the big screen. He graciously decided to share one (or two!) with us, and fulfilling our end of the bargain we are going to release him from the containment trap. – I ain’t afraid of no Gnomes John A Brief Overview of The Ghostbusters RPG During the rectification of the Vuldrini, the traveler came as a large and moving Torg! Then, during the third reconciliation of the last of the McKetrick...Read More
Today’s guest article comes from Keith Garrett, an avid Gnome Stew reader, oft times guest article contributor, and he has now outed himself as a podcast listener. If you like podcasts, check out the Gnome Adjacent podcasts – Misdirected Mark (Chris, Phil, Bob) , She’s a Super Geek (Senda), and Talking Games (Send and Phil). And now, on with the show… review and descriptions by Keith. – John “I’ve got a voice for print” Arcadian There are many, many podcasts dedicated to roleplaying games (and other games, for that matter). There’s probably at least one for your favorite game....Read More
Keith A. Garrett, who writes over at adventuresofkeithgarrett.com, just popped in from an epic Gnome/Kobold airport battle to drop off this guest article about getting a civil war type scenario going at your table. – #teamblackpanther John Introduction (or Why a Civil War?) A civil war between superheroes. It’s been a comic book miniseries, and a book, and now a movie. Next stop: your gaming table! Regardless of what RPG system you’re using to play your superhero game, providing a reason for your hero PCs to beat each other up isn’t very hard. (I bet some of you...Read More
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