This is a directory for all the awesome people on G+ who have blogs. If you are on G+ and have a blog and want to be added, simply email me at ihaveangerissues (AT) g m a i l dwat com. In the email put your blog link, a link to your G+ page, and a brief summary of what your blog is about.
I have broken the blogs up into categories that seemed to fit the description each author provided me. If you don’t like the category I have lumped you in, please just email me and tell me what one you want to be in.
Added: I have added a link on my blogroll to this page- so people can ALWAYS access it!
Also if anyone has a blog and wants to promote this, by all means do so.. If you feel so inclined to have an image (or want one) here you be:
Wampus Country- focuses on setting development for my LL-powered whimsical fantasy fairy-tale frontier campaign; mix of setting fluff, gameable inspirations and random tables, and humor. By Erik Jensen
Role-play-Geek- Bit of a smorgasbord of topics as I write about the OSR and 80s UK RPG culture but also focus on new technologies such as VTT and mapping apps and how they can be used in gaming. By Antony Brotheron (also: Roleplay-Geek G+ Page)
Gamers and Grognards- Articles and reviews about all forms of gaming with an emphasis on RPG’s with old school feel. We also feature movies, literature and music tying to these topics. By R.J. Thompson
Blade Sharp- The blog is an infrequently updated collection of Oriental Adventures house rule stuff for Labyrinth Lord, stuff about miniature painting and occasionally Runequest and 4E. By Chris Wellings
Game Design and Homebrew Worlds
Monstrous Television- It alternates between writing on a Bangsian journey-to-hell setting, an gonzo nonsense like rules for creating a character who smokes, Orangutan racial character class, and octoliches (8 arms = 4 spells per round). By Ian Johnson
Spirit of Eden- A blog established primarily for his fantasy worldbuilding project based off various polytheistic non-european cultural influences, but also other various RPG games he makes as well as other things. By Dennis Santana
Monsters Manual Sewn From Pants- has pictures of scrap fabric monsters as I make them one by one, all from the tome in the title. Also..other stuff about improving everything and how I would do things because me me me. By Scrap Pruncess
Rustfoot- Describes places, things, and monsters in a pretty bland fantasy world, and how it was completely destroyed and rebuilt using Grammar Magic (No longer updated since the story was completed earlier this year). By Jensan Thuresson
Sea of Stars- Discussion about Sean’s Sea of Stars fantasy RPG setting, but mostly he talk about Pathfinder and whatever game he am GMing at the moment. Also blogs about gaming ideas in general. By Sean Holland
Godsend: City of Bones- Detailing the setting building of Simon Forster’s city setting, The City of Bones. A generic setting (mostly, he’s using ACKS for the game mechanics) fantasy. Currently consists of a tour of said city, and has now moved on into a guide to the chasm that lies on the edge of the city. By Simon Forster
Richard’s Dystopian Pokeverse- From the blog, “A random grab-bag of provocations and badly-digested bits of inspiration. Its challenge is aimed mostly at myself, but I’d love it if you played along too, and showed me where I’ve stopped short and how hard it will be to keep up with you.” By Richard Guy
Misc Gaming Shizzy
Game Knight Reviews- Basically some gaming content, reviews, news, interviews, opinions and anything else I can think of. Mostly RPG-centric reviews, with occasional other tabletop games (board & card) and occasional fiction reviews. By Brian Fitzpatrick
What Do I Know- Knight Errant Jr’s Games and Geekdom Blog- General roleplaying, focusing on what I’m playing/running at the moment, with a heavy concentration of comic book stuff around the edges. By Jared Rascher
The Escapist- Blog that has been going on for 16+ years! Discusses roleplaying advocacy – defending the hobby from myths and misconceptions, and positively promoting it through various means. By William Walton
The Only Successful One- several projects at this blog. Including an od&d based wrestling game, fantasy pre-revolution haiti, an alt-history american great depression game, american folklore/hoax monsters, and an interview series for FLAILSNAIL PCs. By Jason Kielbasa (also his Alt-history Great Depression era game and OD&D wrestling game).
Casting Shadows- A blog about story Seeds, actual play reports, and a focus on simulation and immersion in gameplay. Games covered typically include Call of Cthulhu, Ubiquity games (Hollow Earth Expedition, Desolation, All for One, Leagues of Adventure), Aces&Eights, Blue Planet, and A Time of War (Mechwarrior). Occasional video blogs and actual play reports. By Runeslinger (also G+ page Casting Shadows)
Accessible Games- a blog devoted to bringing RPGs and board games to everyone, especially those with disabilities. We discuss RPGs and board games for everyone, then apply a special layer of discussion about how they can be adapted for people with disabilities. By Jacob Wood
My RPG Characters- Since Gabriel started playing Dungeons & Dragons back there in 1987 he’s had many characters. With some of them he’s played long-term campaigns and with others just a few sessions. With time he started playing other games than D&D. This blog is dedicated to all of them and the hours of fun we’ve had together. Here they are along with other musings. By Gabriel Perez Gallardi
The Cheese Shop- ”I am an old school gamer who had missed playing RPG’s. I reinvigorated my obsession with the Cheese Shop. GURPS is my system of choice but I have played many and will continue to do so. Have been playing GURPS using Hangouts. It is a great experience and am looking for more RPG’s to play using it.” By Bradley Harvey
D&D in its Various Forms (including some OSR)
Siskoid’s Blog- (Also Siskoid’s Blog labels)- is not a gaming blog exclusively, but I do try to have at least one RPG post each week, often to do with Doctor Who role-playing, but just as likely to be generic advice and inspiration for all game types. By Michel Albert
The Everwayan- devoted to the narrativist RPG Everway, designed by Jonathan Tweet and published by Wizards of the Cost in 1995. John Till uses that blog to develop original content for the Everway RPG, as well as to introduce variations/expansions to the system. By John Till
The FATE SF- is the crossroads for science fiction roleplaying using a variety of FATE systems, including Diaspora, Starblazer Adventures, and Bulldogs! John uses the blog to develop original content and mechanics to support FATE-based SF ropleplaying games. By John Till
Running the Sandbox- A Shadowrun blog about a game where the players are forced to commit armed robbery, car theft and murder to pay the month’s rent. Written by a GM who doesn’t want to kill the player characters but instead wants them to eat their own guns. By Stuart Duncan