The Gassy Gnoll: Teaching Kids to Game (Teach Your Kids to Game Week)

When the Gassy Gnoll began playing D&D in the fall and winter of 1982, I’m sure there were concerns on the part of my family. I’d always been a voracious reader even before kindergarten. I was even starting to experiment with writing some stories in elementary school. But Dungeons & Dragons was one of those . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Teaching Kids to Game (Teach Your Kids to Game Week)

The Gassy Gnoll: Gaming with my Girls

Several years ago, I ran a (brief) 3.5e campaign consisting of my wife, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and a friend of all of ours. Though we had a great time, it was short-lived due to scheduling issues, life getting in the way, and who knows what else. When it faded to black, I started debating with myself . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Gaming with my Girls

News from Around the Net: 8-JUL-2011

The summer is going by fast, isn’t it? Hard to believe there’s only a little more than a month before my daughters go back to school!

That said, I finally had an opportunity to sit down and start a mini-campaign with them this week. We started using the Dungeonslayers rules and have been working our . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 8-JUL-2011

Book Review: Dungeonslayers by Christian Kennig

Sometime since college, roleplaying games for me became more about the role I was playing than the rolls I was making. And yes – dice, cards, and coins are at times inherently unlucky. But every failure offers just as much chance to roleplay as a success does. Even the occasional character death offers a chance . . . → Read More: Book Review: Dungeonslayers by Christian Kennig

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