Monthly Archives: May 2014

Running Unknown Armies like Apocalypse World

I’ve got Unknown Armies on the brain right now, and several months ago I said I use concepts and methods from Apocalypse World for it. Shortly after I started playing AW, I clicked on how its gritty, hard-fought choices fell in line with how I loved UA. After some early attempts, I ditched my work

Omega: Mass Effect with Apocalypse World

I want to tell you about a campaign I want to play in. Not run, play. It’s an Apocalypse World game set in the Mass Effect universe, but it’s

On Overestimating and Underestimating Yourself

“People often overestimate what they can get done in one year, and underestimate what they can get done in three.” —something Paul Tevis told me The quote about is apparently a common bit of wisdom runners share, which is where Paul heard that from, and it applies to other facets of life. One thing I’ve learned