For the last two weeks, I have been working on a short review of newer podcasts for ENWorld. This basically grew out of the fact I was looking for a new RPG podcast to listen to and was overwhelmed by how many of them there were to choose from. I figured that there would be other people in… Read More The All New Podcast Review
Dungeons and Dragons has a famously poor reputation when it comes to appealing to women. Society has a go-to picture of roleplayers as misanthropic man-boys, hiding in their parent’s basement, pretending to be an elf. A picture not helped by generations of fantasy game-art that depicted women with improbable proportions, chainmail bikinis and what I have… Read More An Interview With Carla Harris: DM Of The “All Female, All Awesome!” DumDumDie Podcast
With the release of the Curse of Strahd, I have recently turned my thoughts to how I would go about running a gothic horror based campaign. Prior to getting into tabletop RPG’s, I was a big fan of video game RPG’s (weren’t we all) and the Warhammer Fantasy setting. What defined the best games, and… Read More Thoughts On Running A Horror Campaign.
Being a rather new bod to this whole Twitter thing I have taken an unhealthy interest in my little band of around 150 followers. I read their posts, check out their sites and blogs and respond to their messages. I’m told this isn’t the done thing, as on Twitter one is generally expected to follow the… Read More Interview With Alberto Bieri: Head Visionary Behind The Chronicles Of Calibran
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… Read More “Krazak Drinks The Water”: On How Sometimes It’s Ok To Punish Your Players.
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(A great review by Guest Contributor JB Little. For more, check out his YouTube and Twitter @Dropthedie ) I’m something of a dice addict. Twenty eight sets of various colors, sizes, shapes, clarities — but that does not mean I’m easy to please. Once I finally dipped my toe into metal…
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 of… Read More Curse Of Strahd: A Review