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Speaking of Designer's Notes

I recently posted a blog about designer's notes for RPGs and why I love them. I mentioned a number of designer's notes about various GURPS products available from Steve Jackson Games. One of those articles, "GURPS Fourth Edition: Designer Notes," was recently republished on SJ Games' Medium account.

Also at that account, last September, Sean Punch put up a five-part series of designer's notes (starting here) detailing the upcoming Dungeon Fantasy RPG. In these posts, he discusses how he went about distilling and reshaping the GURPS Fourth Edition rules into a standalone fantasy box set. I definitely recommend checking these out if you are interested in either Dungeon Fantasy or game design and production in general.


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