Theseus list

Theseus already appears in the Greek force list, along with his most famous foe, the Minotaur. Earlier in his career, Theseus defeated six other foes on the road to Athens. Here their list by Graeme Davis, the author of Theseus and the Minotaur in the Osprey Adventures Myths and Legends series. He has also written historical roleplaying supplements including GURPS Vikings and the AD&D Celts Campaign Sourcebook.

free download of the Theseus list

OGAM: Ragnarok

We played a new scenario for OGAM based on Ragnarok, the final battle between Norse Gods and the forces of chaos. We were with our friends from Macerata at RomaGioca, a gaming convention in Rome. This scenario will be in the next issue of Talespinner magazine. Here some photos took during the game.

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Odin sculpt from Northstar

A terrific Odin is being sculpted by the fine folks at Northstar. He comes with his entire menagerie, the wings on his helmet are optional add ons, and yes he has only one eye. We will let you know as soon as it is available. Here is a preview picture.


Talespinner #2 is out

Talespinner ($4.99, 92-page PDF) is a collection of materials for wargames and roleplaying games by Ganesha Games, and for other games written by Andrea Sfiligoi. In this issue:

For Tales of Blades and Heroes RPG:
Adventure: The Lady in the Emerald. Can our heroes rescue the lady and break the curse of the emerald?
Adventure: The Black Gem. Naked and weaponless, can our heroes survive a haunted graveyard?
Two Troll NPCs
Two Unique Magic Items
Questions and Answers
Spellcasting Lessons

For Song of Arthur and Merlin:
Song of Kings and Knights campaign system

For Osprey Publishing’s Of Gods and Mortals:
Errata, Tournament Rules, FAQ, Clarifications
Tournament Formula
Three scenarios used in the Italian tournaments

For Osprey publishing’s A Fistful of Kung Fu:
location trait rules for Large Glass and Marbles
Weapon rules for Smoke Bombs and Caltrops.

A paperback edition will be available in mid July 2014. Please let us know if you spot any typos or mistakes!

More photos

We added in the gallery an Egyptian army modelled and painted by Mauro Lillo Fermani and photographed by Valerio Gaetani. Enjoy!