Month: December 2016

Dragon Empire is Flat?

Wait what? I was looking for a topic to write about this morning, you know, as you do, and I read something that I missed before: “People live on the land, which is a big, flat disk surrounded on all sides by ocean.” 13th…

Adventure Case Review

I’m not too big on receiving gifts, I’d rather buy it myself or watch other people open them up with glee and enthusiasm. It makes Yule a very tough season for me sometimes, and this time, I was definitely over-gifted. This year for Yule,…

Right Monster for the Job

It’s often surprising to us as GM’s as to what sticks in the players’ minds about our games. An NPC we overlooked or simply plopped down as something to interact with, a statement intended to be taken as face value, a strange artifact that…

Starting a Hobby

After many weeks or months of curiosity, you’ve finally located your friendly local game store to browse around and purchase your first RPG book. You walk in and see a group of people crowded around a table, clearly playing a game with no pieces,…

Gameception

image from The Withcer 3: Wild Hunt Whether it be the swindling rogue, playful bard, or barbarian that thinks he’s a drunken prodigy, games come up at least once when you’re in a tavern. Players are spending some downtime between quests drinking it up…

Holidays and Seasons

image credit to┬ádnd.steinhour.com   Holidays can help make any campaign setting immensely more immersive. Also, if you’re cheesy like me, you can have a really fun “Holiday Episode Special” for you main game centered around a clear parallel to a real one! Unfortunately, having…

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