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Inject a little roleplaying in your combat

May 1, 2009 by


Continuing my thoughts today on roleplaying in 4th Ed. D&D, I was thinking about  a way a player might introduce some roleplaying into the mix if he/she feels that there’s too much combat going on and the DM is getting a little too  carried away with consecutive encounters.  Use your skills. Using Intimidate is a great way to […]

The lack of roleplaying in 4th Edition

May 1, 2009 by


“You enter the last room in the crypt, there are 3 sealed coffins, lined up in perfect order.  A large one, flanked by two smaller ones.  The etchings on the wall tell the story of a man who killed his family.  You can safely assume these are them.”  The Rogue says “I want to open […]

Sunday morning playin’…

October 5, 2008 by


I had a lot of run running the party through the inside of the Keep on the Shadowfell…  we did the graveyard encounter, the zombie room, and the skill challenge with Sir Keenan.  There were 7 party members, which meant I had to scale the encounters, but 4th ed. makes it a breeze. It’s running […]

Why we play

September 12, 2008 by


So I’ve been thinking about RPG’s, and what keeps drawing me back to them, and I think it has got something to do with me always being interested in acting and writing.  It is a hell of a creative outlet, whether you are in front of the screen or behind it. I’ve been playing the same character […]