I've said it before, but one of my most favorite games is Big Eyes, Small Mouth (also known as BESM). The rules are a kind of cross between a simpler, easier version of Hero System and a more fun, less crunchy version of GURPS. The greatest failing of the game is that its publisher (Guardians of Order) went tango-uniform a number of years ago, and the title went to White Wolf, a publisher who has let it languish. It is only available for purchase as over priced (IMHO) PDF files
Before they went kaput, however, Guardians wrote a D20 port of the game, and released that under the Open Gaming License (OGL). While the game was released as BESM D20, there was also a trademark free version called "Anime D20". (Note that it's only free of the BESM trademark, and that it still carries WOTC's "D20" trademark and related licensing burden). I happened to be reading Anime D20 this past week, and it struck me that I could get rid of all the D20 cruft and have a pretty good approximation of the original BESM game. This version would be covered under the OGL, so I could distribute it freely--even publish it, if I were so inclined!
So this is my next gaming project. It needs a name. For the time being I'm calling it Dekahedron 2.0 (Dekahedron is a public domain RPG that I wrote years ago. More importantly, it happens to be a domain name that I own).
So do I start a new blog for the project? Or do I use this one?