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
Nuthin’ ever goes smooth! The players had done the job, escorted the runaway rich girl to her secret elopement with her beloved. On the way, we had avoided agents of her villainous husband-to-be, Tempelton Colt Steele (not a name I came up with, I swear), mechanical malfunctions and the predations of frenzied, cannibalistic Reavers. They’d done the… Read More RPG Mega Mix, Round One Review: Firefly the RPG
It’s 454 kilometres from Kyoto to Tokyo, which, Google maps tells me, would take me 96 hours to walk. Apparently, most of that way would be along a 4 lane motorway. In Tokaido, you can get the journey done in about 45 minutes and the whole trip will be littered with bucolic scenery, interesting encounters, collectable… Read More Tokaido: Strength in Simplicity
Being a newbie adventurer is hard. You have crappy gear, junk stats and the world around you is a terrifying vastness filled with horrifying enemies. Now imagine the same, but you’re around three inches tall, the rock-bottom of the food chain and your standard house cat is basically death incarnate. Yup, being a mouse is… Read More Of Mouses and Men: Mouse Guard 2nd Edition Box Set Review
Recently I’ve notice a boom in companies offering “crates” of one type or another. Monthly subscription boxes, containing everything from hats to wine, are the in-thing at the moment, and with most in-things I was completely oblivious to them. That was until my lovely girlfriend purchased me a subscription to Infinity Crate, who have been… Read More Monthly Mini Madness – A Model Box Review
I’m a big fan of using props in role playing games. I know that the Theatre of the Mind has an infinite special effects budget, but we humans are an avaricious lot and there is something special about getting treasure, real hold-it-in-your-hand treasure, that really excites my 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…