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Star Wars/5e Hack Minor Update

June 29, 2015 by

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I’m still moving along with my SW/5e hack (my friend Mark from Dice Monkey and Marvel Plot Points has offered to help me out)… I’ve done some thinking about how I’d like to see it progress in certain areas, and here’s what I have: Classes: I am leaning towards a classless system that gives you decision […]

Converting the 2e Realms to 5e

September 29, 2014 by

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In a previous post I wrote about setting my home game in the Forgotten Realms around the time period of the 2nd edition version of D&D, which would put us in Faerun in 1368DR. For those of you keeping track at home, the original boxed set of the Forgotten Reams placed the timeline at 1357DR, […]

WOTC Posts a D&D Starter Set Unboxing Video

June 24, 2014 by

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WOTC published an unboxing video today of its upcoming Starter Set box, and I have to say that at first glance, I’m impressed and hopeful that it’ll be a good product. Based on what I can see on the video, it looks like a high quality product (expected from a publisher like WOTC). Full disclosure: […]

Working on a new kids’ game

February 11, 2014 by

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I’ve been working on a new kids’ game the past few months, and it’s finally starting to take shape. I’m pretty excited about it. As opposed to rpgKids, which was basically a pretty simple ruleset with no story attached, this game will have a story built into it, and not be as combat focused as […]

About the Red Aegis rpg…

July 18, 2013 by

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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 […]

Playing Marvel via Google Hangouts

April 8, 2013 by

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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 […]