Browsing Archive: April, 2014

More 40K

Posted by Ron Lundeen on Monday, April 28, 2014, In : Announcements 
I had a great time this last weekend playing Warhammer 40K at a local tournament, giving my Chaos Space Marines (with a Nurgle emphasis) a try. It was a three-game tournament all Saturday long. After the first two games I was tied for 5th place, and poised to leap into the top 3 if I did very well in the final game. I did not do well in the final game. Iyanden Eldar wiped me out pretty handily. Still, I was pleased to win the "Best Sportsmanship" award for, as the organizers put it, "being ca...
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At My First Adepticon

Posted by Ron Lundeen on Thursday, April 10, 2014,
So, Adepticon was quite fantastic. I played a small Necromunda tournament and did not particularly well--having three members of my plastic gang die in the first round put me at a disadvantage in the rest of the tournament.

In the Warhammer 40K combat patrol event, I did much better, placing 15th out of 44 participants--not at all bad for my first foray, I think. My combat patrol was a few Chaos Space Marines, a few Plague Marines, and an Obliterator for some heavy firepower. It was enough to ...
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Off to Adepticon!

Posted by Ron Lundeen on Friday, April 4, 2014,
Although I play, run, and write a lot of Pathfinder RPG stuff, I am a geek in larger spheres, as well. I'm off to a weekend at Adepticon--one of the larger miniatures games tournaments--where I'm hoping my Chaos Space Marines may win me a few games. Many folks I know are off to an RPG convention at the College of Dupage this weekend called CODCon, which will be featuring a lot of Pathfinder Society adventures. 

The RPGers/miniatures gamers divide is never wider than when two conventions sit on...
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Erevos is Coming!

Posted by Ron Lundeen on Wednesday, April 2, 2014, In : Work with Other Publishers 
I was delighted to be approached by a company with a very interesting idea in organized play--they would take subscribers, and these subscribers would receive customized adventures that they can use to shape the world. A lot of "living" campaigns allowed some world-shaping to some degree: Living Greyhawk had special events and even adventures where the results of play shaped future adventures; even Pathfinder Society, the least "shape-able" of the big living campaigns, has gone back to set se...
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About Me


I'm Ron Lundeen, an active gamer and RPG adventure author. I've recently had products in print for Paizo Publishing, Wizards of the Coast, Raging Swan, Open Design, Headless Hydra Games, and Rite Publishing. I'm still taking freelance writing assignments, but also focusing on writing for Run Amok Games.


 

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