Today’s Feature comes from an amazing homebrew blogger that I recently came across. And I am now a huge fan of. Walrock Homebrew Go give his Blog a look you will not be disappointed. So as I have slowed down working on my homebrew with the RPGaDay going on I wanted to feature one of Walrocks Homebrew’s that I will be using in my personal game. The Divine Domain … Continue reading Homebrew Tech Domain
Monte Cook Games is at it again. I am sure most of you have already heard about this two days old Kickstarter that has already reached it’s funding goals. It comes out the gate with a High-end entry buy-in of $197. But you will be getting a High-end deluxe product. This game also has a Directed Campaigning option that has an entry level of $539 dollars but … Continue reading Kickstarter Watch: Invisible Sun by Monte Cook Games
Day 16… What Historical person you would like in your group and why? (Aug,1) Oh, good grief. Really ? (Aug,15) FINE FINE…I’LL do it! Since I know tons and tons of you will pick Gary the Great Gygax. I am going to tip the well in another direction. If I could bring back someone to game with that I know loves a good story and … Continue reading #RPGaDay2016 Day 16 Historical person you would like in your group? What Game?
So here we are half way through the #RPGaDay2016. I decided today this would be a good muse. As I look over the questions so far I noticed my thoughts on the entire endeavor were mixed. Three years ago I took part in the first of the #RPGaDay blogging marathon and, I loved it ! It was new and even then a ton of people … Continue reading Monday Musing on Tuesday #RPGaDay Everywhere? Is it good bad or too much?
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?
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…
Today’s Monday Muse is staying on target. One of the harder things to do these days as a gamer.I myself am not safe from the pull of distractions at the table. In the world we live in becoming distracted is not only simple, it is second nature. The irony of all of these distractions is that when most of us were kids or young adults. We played … Continue reading Monday Musing: Stay on Target