Mixed Signals

Straight-forward gaming

I've been reading through the Starfinder source book, Pact Worlds. It's a small book, but fits a lot of information into it, so I'm going to post about sections as I finish them.

Golarian was the third planet from the Sun in its solar system, but it (and its moons, I guess) has gone missing.

A...

I believe I've reached a definitive conclusion about the organisational structure of most 5e books. I don't know what it is about the way 5e books are put together, but I have yet to find even one that entirely makes sense to me. This isn't a complaint I make lightly, because I see how much informat...

Amon Düül II was a German progressive rock band. They were part of a movement that came to be known as "krautrock", which includes bands such as Ash Ra Tempel and Popol Vuh. This album was their first, released in 1969.

The copies of the cover I found were not great. Even the largest scan I found...

Years ago, Alderac Entertainment Group (AEG) published a few "splatbooks" for 3rd Edition D&D of them, and one of these books was titled Undead (with Mike Mearls as a credited writer). I've been reading it lately, because I still play Pathfinder and I love player options. Because I'm currently r...

I've been reading through the Starfinder source book, Pact Worlds. It's a small book, but fits a lot of information into it, so I'm going to post about sections as I finish them.

Castrovel, the second planet from the Sun in the Golarian solar system, was featured in a module of the Dead Suns...

Way back at the turn of the century, Wizards of the Coast decided to adopt open source methodology by developing the Open Game License (OGL). This marked not just the 3rd Edition of the game, but also the opening of the market for supplementary D&D material. After the 3rd Edition was released, there...

Amir Baghiri's Autumn is an electronic album mixing ambient textures with tribal beats. There's honestly not much about it that say "autumn" to me, personally, but it's a good album. I don't remember how I found the album. As I sometimes do, though, I've found myself with tracks from the album tha...