Review: Mouse Guard RPG

(Cross-posted to RPG.net.)

The Mouse Guard Roleplaying Game is based on the on-going comic book series Mouse Guard and a streamlined, simplified version of the Burning Wheel system, in which you play the protectors and warriors of a medieval society of sentient mice.

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New Mouse Guard is up

The latest notes on Mouse Guard are up. Big, whalloping combat last night.

Mouse Guard RPG for the win!

The Mouse Guard Role-Playing Game just won this year’s Origin Award for Best RPG, beating Wizards of the Coast’s Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition and Pelgrane Press’ Trail of Cthulhu. Dave Petersen, the author of the comic books this RPG is based on, is justifiably proud.

In the same post, Petersen also points us to a most wonderful conversion and modelling project undertaken by Walter “Darkwolf” Harris. Harris started from Ewok action figures and converted them to posable Mouse Guard characters, including Saxon, Kenzie, Lieam, Sadie, Celanawe, Midnight, Rand, Conrad, and Gwendolyn. Do check his post to see lots of photos and a step-by-step description of the work involved.  I think my favourite is Celanawe.

Mouse Guard models.  Copyright 2009 Walter Darkwolf Harris.

Mouse Guard models. Copyright 2009 Walter "Darkwolf" Harris.

New Mouse Guard notes up

You can find the latest Mouse Guard notes up at RPG.net!  Check them out!

This episode was something of a transition, but sets things up for the various plot threads to start coming together in the tumultuous events of Fall, 1152!  We’re almost up to the start of the comic (though I have changed things a bit!)

Yet more Mouse Guard

Latest Mouse Guard notes are up.  We had another pretty great game last night.  You can find the notes on RPG.net here.

Mouse Guard game notes

Play notes for the most recent couple of games of Mouse Guard are up on RPG.net.  You can find them here.

Probably the best Mouse Guard game we have had to date.  Loads of fun, and several surprise twists and turns!

Weekly Mouse Guard notes on RPG.net

The weekly Mouse Guard notes are up at RPG.net.  Thanks to Sophie for putting them up!

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