Ni lajvare som ska leka dramtÃ¤mjare, va. Se till att ringa till Coffe, som sÃ¶ker flock till en draktÃ¤mjargrupp till [Dragonbane](http://www.dragonbane.org/en/). Lev nu ut era inre fantasy-fantasier.
Swedish roleplaying and boardgame organization Sverok has an [RSS feed](http://www.sverok.se/index.php?id=1600&type=100) now, after I had requested it in a polite email. They are using the [Typo3](http://www.typo3.com/) CMS, and it seems it now has RSS support.
The productive Christian Heindel, who created the Plazes .NET launcher has done it again. A Firefox search plugin for public Flickr tags. That means that what I wanted to do before is now very, very easy. And the search for [freeform](http://flickr.com/photos/tags/freeform/) works like it should. [Roleplaying](http://flickr.com/photos/tags/roleplaying/) yields the same Stockholm pictures, now in more traditional […]
Ã…rhus-based game developer [Runestone](http://www.runestone.dk/index.php?page=2) is an interesting case of *our guys* using their resources and aiming for the sky. [Greg Costikyan](http://costik.com/)’s latest call to action in [Escapist](http://www.escapistmagazine.com/): [Death to the Games Industry, Long Live Games](http://www.escapistmagazine.com/issue/8/3) might have an answer in the courage of these Danish souls. A game on a smaller budget, with a different […]
I visited GÃ¶teborg, Sweden, last weekend, and I talked with Anders about computer games. I tried to remember the title of Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura, and Wikipedia found it for me. Meaty articles on computer games. Enjoy.
[Tobias](http://blog.wrigstad.com/) and I have now condensed our thoughts on role-playing in the form of [a wiki](http://jeepen.olle.ter.dk/wiki/doku.php), but that fails to attract others, being hard to read, follow and use. Especially off-line. The solution was to rewite some of the material and to collect it in one, accessible place. We had already bought [jeepen.org](http://blog.jeepen.org/), and set […]
My friend with the great singing voice Tobias takes a historical drive down LARP’s memory lane: Drama exercises is the new costume-making. He chronicles the descent of Swedish LARP “seriousness” (and also defines what that term meant, at the time). (I now see that I need to tag my posts more specifically. LARP could be […]
My friend Jason writes about Riders of the Purple Sage, a 1912 book by prolific American Western writer Zane Grey. Full text at Gutenberg.
I was asked the hardest question in an email, a while ago, and then I had to answer, and now that I go back to it, looking at it, it sounds very much unlike me. Why is that? Why does your own speech of the past sound so alien a bit later? From: Juhana Pettersson […]
Just came back from a conference in Norway. Cold, friends. But very sunny and friendly. Met up with millions of good poeple again, and now we all need Skype, the free (as in beer) phone solution for us who have a computer and a headset. Headsets are cheap, and most laptops already have the microphone […]