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Now I'm just another set of remains to be found by the next adventurer. Check out this review of Dungeon Hero.
"I see in the center of the landing is a set of stones erected to mimic some ancient calendar or perhaps a circle of summoning that has called the beast from the great beyond. It is unclear which of these explanations truly encompasses their purpose here. Careful as to not disturb them I make my way to the next doorway on the left."
I am now even more excited to play this game with the students, there are just enough rules to keep them focused but not so many as to stifle or stop their creativity!
First off, all I can say is fuck those dudes. Seriously, making a list of TTRPG publishers who care about the world and the people living in it and advising people not to play them? Who the hell are these fascists? I made the mistake of hopping on twitter this morning and found a post … Continue reading #TTRPGRedList
I was asked a few questions about my Wormskin post this past week that I feel I should address. Then stay tuned for a quick update on a new section I will be bringing to you. First: But why would I buy this instead of waiting for the big Kickstarter that will inevitably come from … Continue reading Wormskin Questions, Updates and things to come
Gavin Norman has written a brilliant world for adventurers to visit. It is contained within 8 zine style book that can be purchased (at the time of this writing) as a bundle of pdfs for around $55.00 dollars or physical copies for $80.00. There now that the heavy hitting numbers are out of the way … Continue reading Wormskin and Why It’s Worth Your Cheddar.
So welcome back my dear readers, today I wanted to talk quickly about a few secret projects... Or rather talk about what's going on in my head as I work on secret projects, because you know, they are secret!
As I look into the future of tabletop gaming I see more and more random tables being produced. Is this a shift in play style back to the old ways or is this something new and cutting edge? The vein of books, that derive full adventures from random tables, is not new to the hobby … Continue reading Random Encounter Tables