Author Archives: Davzz
“In 1945, World War II was abruptly ended when an alien race appeared on Earth and began to slaughter the human population. This alien force, known as the “Phantom Beasts” had effectively taken over more than half of the Earth. … Continue reading
A fantranslation for Japanese TRPG Kamigakari has been released. Featuring art from Yoshinori Shizuma, an artist well-known for his work on Kantai Collection, here is some information about this TRPG from the translator itself.
Some of you may have noticed a new page go up a while ago for the demo of SRW DB – an SRW fangame by me (Me). Well, I am now happy to announce that the project is complete! You … Continue reading
Another big name Tabletop RPG has now been tackled! Tokyo Nova is a Cyberpunk TRPG with an interesting gimmick – instead of being resolved with dice as is the classic method, it utilizes standard playing card decks instead!
(Articles in the Ramble Ral section are presented “as is” with minor editing. For more information please see its section page. They will probably contain spoilers for the game in question) So, I’m a bit disappointed in how they advertised … Continue reading
Welcome back to another installment of SRC Scenario Round-Up, where we bring your attention to the most interesting fan-made scenarios for this SRPG engine. (If you have no idea what SRC is or need a refresher, go here) The previous … Continue reading
A Christmas Gift from its kind translator – a partial fantranslation for Night Wizard 3E has been made available. Originally published in 2002, Night Wizard is a “modern magic” world in which magic-using teenagers known as Wizards fight against invading … Continue reading
From the translators of other Japanese Tabletop RPG hits such as Tenran and Ryuutama comes a new Kickstarter for “Shinobigami” From the Kickstarter description: “Shinobigami is a fast one-session RPG focusing on character drama, stories of conflict and cooperation, and … Continue reading
Yet another addition to the slow, yet ongoing process of making more Japanese RPGs available to English reading audiences comes “Monotone Museum” As stated by the author, “Monotone Museum was actually created as an example of how someone with no … Continue reading