with Halloween approaching this is the perfect time to cozy up to Horror RPG for a review. Continue reading Survive The Night: A Horror RPG Review
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
Relics is packed to the gills with depth. There is so much content to draw inspiration from that it is shocking that Tin Star was able to jam this much information in just 275 pages. At the point where I thought i had have seen all that Relics had to offer me I was further surprised. Continue reading First Looks Relics a Game of Angels RPG Kickstater
The contest was a blind box 22-hour timed event. With only a single rule, you must use most of what was in the given “mystery” box. Continue reading Mace “Chopped” Terrain Contest
Recently on Twitter, I saw a Tweet from Mike Mearls on the topic of Using Fate Dice in a game of D&D. The idea was to allow players to tempt the fates for luck. His example in the game he ran was this. House rule I used in AD&D this last weekend: Get a big pile of FATE dice, d6s with two blank sides, two with plus … Continue reading Tempting Fate with FATE Dice in D&D
To be honest, writing this year has been a bit of a struggle for me on my blog. Last year I raised my personal expectations for the blog through the roof. The result in doing so I missed the mark utterly. The popularity of my blog under a year ago came from the fact that it was me spilling my thoughts on the page about topics … Continue reading Writing for Myself Again.
How can players make the stakes important? Personally, I find today’s question goes hand in hand with yesterday’s question as well. Because, no matter what a GM does to make the stakes feel more important in the game. If the players have not bought into the story, there is nothing you can do to make anything feel important in your game. They will just go … Continue reading #RPGaDay2018 Upping the Stakes in game