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RPGnet Newsletter #43
February 23, 2016
We start the week off on a sad note: long-time RPGnetter (and former moderator) Brian Newman, RPGnet username Blackberry, passed away the week before last. You can find threads celebrating his life and participation on the site here and here. Please take a moment and share any thoughts or rememberances that you have of Blackberry; he was a pillar of the community on the site for many years, and the community should remember him.
With that, let’s move on to our regular content.
Christopher Cecil started the week of with a new Fuzzy Thinking: “I Can Not Tell a Lie. It’s a Ticking Atomic Bomb.”
In addition, Jonathan Hicks was back with the tenth issue of Observations From A Gamer’s Chair: “On Location.” This week, Jonathan tackles the issue of when and whether to change where you and your group play.
RPGnet published a bunch of great new game reviews last week:
- Dark-Star’s review of “Engine Heart” (SF RPG)
- Edward Kabara’s review of “Monsternomicon: Mind Flayers” (D&D5e supplement)
- Antonios S’s review of “The Grande Temple Of Jing” (Pathfinder adventure)
- Shannon Appelcline’s review of “Booty” (Board/tactical game)
- Shannon Appelcline’s review of “Cthulhu Wars Expansions: Factions & The Dreamlands” (Board/tactical game)
- Edward Kabara’s review of “One Night Ultimate Vampire” (Board/tactical game)
RPGnet also added a bunch of Accessory reviews from prolific reviewer Antonios S:
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Viking)”
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Units)”
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Spartan)”
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Cyberpunk)”
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Egyptian)”
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Cthulhu)”
- “Legendary Metal Coins Season 2 (Roman)”
Threads You Might Have Missed
You may have noticed over the past few weeks that RPGnetter and former submariner Ghoti has been working his way through reviews of various submarine-centric movies. He was back again this week with another great review thread: “A submariner watches ‘Hunt for the Red October.'”
Also in Other Media, RPGnetter awesomeocalypse poses a question that is tougher to answer than it might appear at first blush: “Would superstrength be that useful a power?”
On the flip side, RPGnetter King Snarf posed an incredibly easy question: “Is the Batman: The Brave & The Bold version of Aquaman the BEST version of Aquaman?” The answer is “yes.” Also “OUTRAGEOUS!” But, seriously, the thread lots of interesting discussion about a comics (and cartoon) character who has had some credibility problems throughout his history.
That’s all for this week.