Weekly Assembly: Potpourri

This week’s links are all over the map, from plot without conflict to Marvel datafiles, to bartering with gods, to editorial cartoons. Enjoy!

At Home

Articles posted here on The Gamer Assembly.

Check out Brent Newhall’s audio series about the monsters of the Shattered World below.


Content from people involved with The Gamer Assembly posted elsewhere across the Internet.

Product Announcements

New products and special events announced this week.

  • The Bestiary of the Curiously Odd by RKDN Studios at Kickstarter: Here’s an interesting idea: donating allows you to submit a monster to the project. This collection of monsters was designed as a lexicon of fluff with companion Stat Books allowing you to use the creatures across different systems.
  • We Who Are Lost at Indiegogo: An adventure for Lamentations of the Flame Princess in which you tell stories of madness, terror, and terrible decisions.

Notes From Abroad

Other interesting articles and cool links.

  • The Arizona Initiative: A playset for Marvel Heroic Roleplaying including datafiles and setting information.
  • Between at d20 Monkey: For not wanting to do editorial cartoons, Brian totally nails this one.


A roundup of roundups featuring links of interest to the tabletop RPG community.
Please let us know about other weekly roundups in the comments!

  • Keith Davies maintains In My Campaign and on Mondays he publishes a collection of Links of the Week including recommended Kickstarter projects and interesting YouTube videos. Take a look at this week's collection has once again been pushed off in favor of working on the aggregator site.
  • Gaming As Women gathers links in their This Week in Gaming and This Week in Feminism series of articles on Sundays. Both series are collected under the News category. This Week in Gaming features the petition to get a female PC in Aliens: Colonial Marines, modules for Lamentations of the Flame Princess, and very cool Kickstarter projects.

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