It’s been a bit longer between updates than I intended, which tends to happen to me these days, and I promise sometime in the not too distant future I’ll have a blog update that isn’t about my Reading Challenge or my Boardgame Challenge. But for now, let’s take a look at some truly dismal progress and some … More Boardgame and Reading Challenge Update #2!
2017 is going to be a challenging year. You can take that politically, metaphorically, or however else you like, but more specifically I’m talking about my reading challenge and this new boardgame challenge that I am about to tell you about. You can also go here if you’re impatient, or if you would like to … More Reading Challenge Update and the Exciting Announcement of Yet Another Challenge!
I’ve been meaning to write/post this review for a while now, but the holidays prevented me from doing so. But now that all of the eggnog is finally gone, let’s take a closer look at Claws of Madness, which is billed as “a standalone 5th edition adventure carefully designed for a group of 1st level … More Review: Claws of Madness, an Adventure for D&D 5e
First of all, I hope that everyone had as wonderful of a holiday season as I did. I had a great time with family and friends, which was a wonderful way to close out a year that I think most people agree wasn’t so great for various reasons. Great, now that that’s out of the … More New Year, New Games, New Challenges…New, New, New!
The title of this post, aside from just being a cool motto, is also the simple version of my answer to a question I saw in a Facebook group that was basically this: “How do I keep everyone at the table from wanting to roll a perception check when I ask one player to roll … More Everyone Should Just Roll Dice All The Time
Let’s just jump right into it. Here are some descriptive combat tips I’ve been thinking about for the last few days: Be brief: a sentence or two is all that is necessary. Even just shouting “By Crom!” before you roll to hit is more exciting that doing nothing. Be creative. Describe spell casting: Still taking … More The Rambling Roleplayer’s Handy Tips For Descriptive Combat