Earlier this year, I backed the Tavern Cards Kickstarter from Hannah Lipsky (Swordgleam of Chaotic Shiny fame). It funded back in mid-February 2013 and I just received my cards at the end of January 2014. I was excited about the project because it combined two things I really like – random generation and easy-to-use RPG . . . → Read More: Cards Review: Tavern Cards Kickstarter
Sometimes you just need a spark to create something on the fly or even if you have plenty of planning time. That one idea, flash of inspiration, or kick in the pants to create an encounter, an adventure, or even a whole campaign around…
And sometimes that spark comes to you by way of a . . . → Read More: Tool Review: Chaotic Shiny’s Problem Mini-Gen
The week between Christmas and New Years’ is often a great time to reflect on what happened the year before, so I thought I’d take some time to see what the top five posts for 2011 might have been. Surprisingly, it varies quite a bit.
The Gassy Gnoll: Gaming with my Girls Ancient Scroll’s Secret . . . → Read More: Retrospectacle 2011
What? July already? Will somebody please slow down the year? It’s making too much noise as it zips by!
Now that we are officially halfway through the year, it’s impossible to consider that 2012 and the inevitable “end of the Mayan calendar” apocalypse is but a few months away. Guess that just means I’ll have . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 1-JUL-2011
Do you like magic in your roleplaying? If you’ll pardon the pun, there’s something “magical” about magic, or at least there always has been for me. Whether it’s your normal wizard slinging spells, a bard weaving magic with a song, or an evil practitioner bartering with dark forces to gain great power at any cost, . . . → Read More: Book Preview: Arcane Flavor by Hannah Lipsky (Chaotic Shiny Productions)