I had an inspiration for a portable magnetic game screen to use for tabletop gaming. @FostersLeather brought it to life for me #RPG #Craft #DND Continue reading Foster Leathercraft Leather Wallet Game Screen
I know I’m a little late to the party in my review of the 5e reincarnated DM screen. So let’s get right into it and take a look at what we got. Personally Even with much of the cover art is pretty blank the picture is beautiful. I much prefer the Dungeons and Dragons logo as well as ampersand compared to that of the old … Continue reading Hands on look at the D&D 5E GM Screen Reincarnated
Today I will be running with the majority of the blogger’s and vloggers with my answer of Dungeons and Dragons and Dragons. I cut my Teeth on D&D and after more than 30 years of running games, it is hard to think of any game that comes to me easier. Roll in my personal homebrew content and it is it’s like inviting an old friend to … Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 22nd Day Which RPGs are the Easiest for you to run? #DND Homebrew
For as much as I talk about D&D and as many years and editions of D&D that I have played. It might be surprising to hear that even having played D&D since I was 9, Star Wars RPG might just edge out D&D slightly for the game that I have played more than any other. Truly I can’t be sure. D&D probably is the real … Continue reading #RPGaDay2017 Day 18: Which RPG Have you Played the Most in Your Life? #StarWars #DND
Setting a good scene can be one of the more rewarding parts of running a good game. Ask yourself how often do you recall great encounters your players have been in but you can not recall where those encounters have been set? A good scene location can lay the foundation of a great encounter. A Tourney can further that and provide us with the foundation … Continue reading Setting the Scene, Tournament Session!
Come fellow adventurers sit with me and feast your eyes on this breathtakingly crafted tome. Dungeons & Dragons Dungeonolgy. I have the great pleasure and honor to have been given a copy of Dungeonology for review. My first impression of the book was the cover art, the raised Foil image of the Mind Flayer is striking. The oversized style of the Ology line makes you feel … Continue reading R.P.G. Reviews:Dungeons & Dragons Dungeonology
Here we go again, Pat Robertson is serving it up talking crazy about D&D. But yet again no one is buying what he has to sell. We’re not in the 80s anymore Pat, gaming has gone full on mainstream now and that crazy talk that you spun back then that did so much damage to the hobby will get you nothing but laughter now. So … Continue reading The Attack of the Pat. Hilariously still trying to stay relevant.