Monthly Archives: November 2016

Psychogeography: A Walk Through Shifty Town

Sometimes I like to take a walk through Shifty Town. Shifty Town is my name for the strip I used to haunt the most in my youth when visiting the city – namely, the Yonge Street Strip, from Queen to … Continue reading

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Games: Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG

This is my first RPG-related review. So, before I do this, a bit about myself: I’ve been running role playing games since 1982, starting with Holmes’ Basic Dungeons & Dragons and then the Moldvay/Cook editions before “graduating” to Advanced D&D in 1984. … Continue reading

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Games: OD&D from Scratch Part 1: Men and Magic

Preface: This series is a detailed thought experiment concerning one of the earliest versions of my favourite all-time game: Dungeons & Dragons. It poses the question: Just how difficult was D&D to grasp to a young person with no prior … Continue reading

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Welcome to mooksoul. This is my online culture journal – a place where I come to write about things that resonate with me*. It is one part GeekDad, two parts HM Dossier, with a whole lot of Grognardia thrown in. In a word … Continue reading

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