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Deep Immersion Gaming: Some Advice for Newer Players.

Most role playing games include a healthy dose of acting skill. During the average campaign you’ll put yourself in character, adapt to the other players, take direction form the DM and rewrite the script yourself. But what if you wanted to go deeper, to really act as your character, to totally immerse yourself in the… Continue reading Deep Immersion Gaming: Some Advice for Newer Players.

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Krazak drinks the water: On how sometimes it’s ok to say no.

  Today’s blog post comes from the talented hands of my good friend Tom. He is an author, gamer, spinner of tails and all round gent. In this post he will be enlightening us on how it’s sometimes necessary to come down hard on players making downright stupid decisions to maintain the logical coherency of… Continue reading Krazak drinks the water: On how sometimes it’s ok to say no.

Cure of Strahd · Dungeon Master · Reviews

Curse of Strahd: A Review

  In modern culture vampires tend to be pigeon holed into what might be referred to as vampiric genres; the slick, eastern European aristocracy of the night, who murmurs “Gooood Evenink” as his smile shows his fangs. The bestial Nosferatu, all pale withered skin, rat fangs, grave stink and animal hunger.  The virus vampire, hordes… Continue reading Curse of Strahd: A Review

Dungeon Master · Princes of the Apocalypse · Reviews

Princes of the Apocalypse: A Review

Firstly a few things to note. Firstly, I paid for my copy of POA with my own gold, I’m super not important enough to get stuff for free so you can rest assured that I haven’t sold out to “Big Roleplay”. Secondly this is not going to be an exhaustive page by page review, that… Continue reading Princes of the Apocalypse: A Review

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On standing up in front of people and talking.

  I came late to Dungeons and Dragons, I’ve always been a nerd, Tolkien, sci-fi, video games, Warhammer ect, in other words the usual slippery slope to role playing games, but D&D always seemed a step to far. It conjured images of fat sweaty neck beards sat in basements proclaiming “I’m an elf” in a… Continue reading On standing up in front of people and talking.