Homebrew Feature: Druid Circle of Life

Today’s Feature subclass is the homebrew Circle of Life Druid by PrometheusDarko. I am a sucker for alternative healer variations other than just the straight up cleric. Additionally, I have always thought the Druid is an excellent option for a cleric alternatively all be it slightly weaker. This class keeps the class balance yet nicely ups effectiveness of a Druid healer build. Circle of Life Druid by PrometheusDarko   I think … Continue reading Homebrew Feature: Druid Circle of Life

#RPGaDay2016 Day 11 Which Gamer most affected the way you play?

This question was a stumper for me, I thought on this one for more than a few days trying to think of who over the  years would have affected the way I play the most at the table. Yet it is difficult to name one gamer that affected the way I play that rises to the top in the crowd. I will boldly say that … Continue reading #RPGaDay2016 Day 11 Which Gamer most affected the way you play?

Late Night Monday Musing: The Importance of Time in your games…

The Passage of time is of huge importance in your RPG games. It’s also often overlooked or relegated to a footnote in my RPG games. Yet unless you are running a one-off game it is of vital importance in an RPG.  If there is no passage of time in your games then there can never be any sense of urgency in your games. Also if you … Continue reading Late Night Monday Musing: The Importance of Time in your games…

Being a better player:Let the Wookie win #DND #RPG

Great point and a very good read. As I have said before winning is not always be best option in your RPG! This is an odd one, I know. But it goes to the heart of role playing. Unlike say a board game or card game, or a tabletop miniature game the goal of role playing games is not always victory. Or at least not the … Continue reading Being a better player:Let the Wookie win #DND #RPG

Terrible Tropes: Never Split the party.

  Likely one of the biggest Tropes of all RPG’s NEVER SPLIT THE PARTY ! This is where I will say something many wont. It may seem to fly in the face of reason for advice that most people would give you. Not only does it make the game feel more natural but it often makes perfect sense. May  veteran Game Masters will tell you never … Continue reading Terrible Tropes: Never Split the party.