It’s that time of the year where we get give gifts so I thought I’d out together a list of things I’d like to get give RPG lovers everywhere…. This list includes real products, and also things I wish were real… Dragon Age Set 3: On February 20, 2012, Green Ronin released the Open Playtest for […]
I went crazy on twitter last night. I was doing some fiction writing (non rpg) when I suddenly stopped and thought about how I really haven’t been doing my job as “newbiedm”, which basically is to try and help new dm’s do their job right. So I started tweeting tips. And before I knew it, […]
So I have some pretty cool news… I’ve joined the development team (as a freelancer) of a new rpg that has been announced called Red Aegis. The game is the brainchild of the James Bros. (Matt & Brian), names you’ll recognize from plenty 4e D&D WOTC products. The game’s premise is what interested me […]
My friend mark Meredith from the Dice Monkey blog invited me unto a Google hangout to talk about 2e D&D. I have fond memories of that edition, so I jumped at the chance. Here’s our chat.
I was invited to play Marvel Heroic Roleplaying by my friend Mark, from the Dice Monkey blog and the Marvel-centric Plot Points blog. The game was run on Google+ hangouts, and since I had never played Marvel before I jumped at the chance. I have a lot of friends who have been a part of the […]
Here’s my attempt at a quick and dirty conversion of the introductory adventure for the 2nd Edition Revised and Expanded version of West End Games SW RPG, The Pirates of Prexiar, into the new FFG SW system… I am not going to reproduce the whole adventure, just the relevant bits. This isn’t just a blog […]
Found this on Amazon: “Storm Over Baldur’s Gate: Sundering Adventure 1″ Are we looking at the first dndnext adventure? There’s no system in the product description, but it’s fair to say that 4e is dead when it comes to product releases… Interesting times….. Releases in 2013, but dndnext is more than likely arriving in 2014……
This weekend I had the opportunity to play Dungeon! with my daughter (7). We had a great time, and the rules were easy enough for her to quickly pick up and play. The game is simple, but very fun, and I definitely recommend it for parents looking for a D&D-ish game to play with their […]