Sometimes the most amazing thing you can do with your gaming is to look at things from a new angle, shake things up, and challenge your perspectives. This issue of Pyramid - the PDF magazine for roleplayers - is devoted to looking at things from a different point of view. Its senses-stretching articles include:
"The Long and the Short of It," Sean Punch's supplement-length look at how extremes of time and space can call for special scrutiny in GURPS, in the same vein as the advice from How to Be a GURPS GM. Whether your campaigns are set in a tiny hamlet or the endless multiverse, or whether they're one-shots or span generations, you'll learn how to ensure your campaigns are balanced and fun!
"The Disappearance of Father Cohen," this month's Eidetic Memory from GURPS Abydos author David L. Pulver. In this adventure - suitable for GURPS Horror or lower-powered GURPS Monster Hunters heroes - the investigators must determine whether Father Cohen was working for good or ill, what his goals were, and how to defeat a greater evil!
"Heroes on the Mass Scale," an in-depth guide to translating adventurers into the GURPS Mass Combat system. Zooming out from furious personal melee to larger tactical battles has never been easier!
"The Elvey Institute," an odd organization (with GURPS Boardroom and Curia stats) that takes a very long view on solving the world's problems.
This issue also presents a Random Thought Table that offers more ideas for different perspectives, plus Odds and Ends that expand the options for the Elvey Institute and feature a behind-the-scenes look at the gorgeous Brandon Moore cover. Your campaign can always benefit from a new point of view, and this issue might be just what you need to look at things with fresh eyes!