What Some Mice Can Teach You About Your Roleplaying Game

I may only be about ten years behind many of you, but a few weeks ago I borrowed some Mouse Guard books (Fall and Winter 1152) from my local library. For those you who don’t know, Mouse Guard is a comic series about mice with swords, written and illustrated by the talented David Petersen. More specifically it is about … More What Some Mice Can Teach You About Your Roleplaying Game

Never Underestimate the Resourcefulness of the Internet

A picture of me and my C-64, circa the dawn of time. 1 million internet points if you can identify this game for me? pic.twitter.com/Ee3Hph1MDC — Rambling Roleplayer (@RPGRambler) August 27, 2016 Two days ago I posted this on Twitter, jokingly asking if anyone could identify the video game I was playing. This picture has … More Never Underestimate the Resourcefulness of the Internet

Some Ramblings About Video Game and Board Game Preferences

Recently I found this cool site where you answer a few simple questions to generate “Gamer Profiles” like the one below: This is my Video Gamer Profile, and it’s pretty accurate. I play video games exclusively on computers (although I do have an SNES somewhere), and I prefer immersive strategy games that I can play … More Some Ramblings About Video Game and Board Game Preferences

Fear, Flames, Dead Wizards, Doppelgangers, and the Greatest Adventure I Never Made

On more than one occasion I’ve talked about how much I love the Eye of Fear and Flame, a classic monster from the 1E Fiend Folio, so much so that I even tried my hand at creating some 5E stats for this old school baddie. And yet despite all this love, I’ve never actually used … More Fear, Flames, Dead Wizards, Doppelgangers, and the Greatest Adventure I Never Made