A long time ago, I wrote a post about indigenous monsters, and I talked about displacer beasts and carrion crawlers in that post. I’d actually forgot that I’d done that, and wrote up a whole new post about carrion crawlers for “Monstrous Monday” that said a lot of the same stuff. Instead of doing that for … More Monstrous Monday – Displacer Beasts
Things have felt eerily quiet around here after the Week of Vengeance last week and my essay about Why I Love Fifth Edition Dungeons and Dragons the week prior to that. I’ve decided I need more deadlines in my life, so I’m working on getting some more projects like those rolling. If I’m lucky though, maybe … More I made a map, and so can you!
Revenge, and Why Your NPCs Want It “O, from this time forth My thoughts be bloody, or be nothing worth!”- Shakespeare, Hamlet Player Characters are polarizing figures that tend to instigate dramatic changes to the world around them. That’s one way to describe the player characters in a typical roleplaying game. Another way to describe … More Week of Vengeance! – Revenge, and Why Your NPCs Want It
Brought to you by the folks who brought you Dungeons & Drunkards Weekend, I am excited to announce: … … While I wasn’t part of the previously mentioned project, I am honored to have been invited to join in on this one by +Charles Akins over at Dyvers. I would also like to thank +Jens D. for putting together … More Announcing the Week of Vengeance!
A few months ago, I signed on with several other bloggers who have each agreed to write essays about games they love. What follows is a rambling narrative of my history with role-playing games, and why I love Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition. Following my essay you’ll find links to essays from others involved in the … More Why I Love Fifth Edition Dungeons and Dragons