Monthly Archive: April 2014

Ingenium Review by the Savage GM!

Well, our first independent review is up for Ingenium’s Second Edition! I’ll let this guy do all the talking, so without further ado: And as always, if you’re one click away from the Ingenium...

Writing Ingenium changed my life

Boston played in the background. The soft tap-tapping of the keyboard made for an odd harmony. The words came slowly, and it was difficult to think of the next phrase to write. His mind...

3 Ways Ingenium Changes Fantasy Role-Playing

3 Ways Ingenium Changes Fantasy Role-Playing

The upcoming second edition of Ingenium offers a tabletop role-playing experience unlike any other. That may sound like marketing hyperbole, but I genuinely believe it. Let me tell you why.

Æthursday – Random Setting!

Today’s randomly generated setting is a Future, Gravity Tech Opera setting with a Dark tone. Which brings us to… In the distant future, great Empires wage war across the stars. Galactic Empires clash in...

5 Authors That Influenced Ingenium

When I first put pen to paper in 1999 to begin creating Ingenium’s world of Eiridia, I was a voracious reader. The Web was not as pervasive as it is today, and instead of...