Supplement Review: AL1: Bone Hoard of the Dancing Horror by Daniel J. Bishop from Purple Duck Games

If it’s one thing the Dungeon Crawl Classics Role Playing Game has inspired, it’s going back to what I remember about many of the original modules for D&D… Gritty, gruesome dungeon crawls where you were never quite sure if your characters were daring or mentally challenged for walking in the front door in the first . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: AL1: Bone Hoard of the Dancing Horror by Daniel J. Bishop from Purple Duck Games

Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Isolation, Desperation, and Cthulhu Avoiding the Creepy Town!

Recently I was thinking how to create a story where the PCs feel isolated. You know the kind of story I’m talking about, where the PCs stumble upon a long, forgotten village in the middle of nowhere to find shelter from a storm… Really I was thinking about how to avoid this tired old trope . . . → Read More: Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: Isolation, Desperation, and Cthulhu Avoiding the Creepy Town!

Adventure Review: BP3: The Prophecy Revealed (PFRPG) from Jeff Gupton and Blackbyrne Publishing

When we last left our heroes in the Dark Veil campaign from Blackbyrne Publishing, they were exploring the town of Gull’s Port in BP2: The Manor of Deceit. Now, in BP3: The Prophecy Revealed by Jeff Gupton, the PCs may finally realize the hand of fate guiding their path. Can they escort the Moonscale lizardfolk . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: BP3: The Prophecy Revealed (PFRPG) from Jeff Gupton and Blackbyrne Publishing

News from Around the Net: 30-SEP-2011 (Sponsored by Chaotic Shiny Productions)

Wow. It’s amazing how a few days in Las Vegas can a) tap you out of a few dollars quickly, b) realize you have forgotten about a large sea of humanity pulsing to and fro along the strip even in 100 degree weather, and c) exhaust you to the point where a few hours of . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 30-SEP-2011 (Sponsored by Chaotic Shiny Productions)

Adventure Review: Atarin’s Delve by Peter C. Spahn from Small Niche Games

The whole concept of an adventure module was always a little problematic for me as GM. All of my campaigns have been largely sandbox-style with a few large scale plots woven into them, but rarely have I been able to integrate a published adventure into the narrative without some serious rework when I was GMing . . . → Read More: Adventure Review: Atarin’s Delve by Peter C. Spahn from Small Niche Games

News from Around the Net: 20-MAY-2011

Yes! It’s Friday finally… I’m excited about this weekend and the city-wide gaming event I’m going to try and cover for GKR. I may include some pics, some video, and some text, but I’m not quite sure how it will ferment by the time it gets posted next week. It’ll be an adventure.

That said, . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 20-MAY-2011

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