The Gassy Gnoll: Why aren’t our characters pumping iron, doing katas, or practicing skills?

The Gassy Gnoll has been a slovenly soul for a few years now, growing plumper and slower so that eventually he would be the one devoured at the back of the pack because he really didn’t give a damn. But something changed a few months ago and now he wants to get back into some . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Why aren’t our characters pumping iron, doing katas, or practicing skills?

Game Review: The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book by Francesco Nepitello from Cubicle 7 – Part 4

As I continue to dive deeper into The One Ring from Cubicle 7, I’m finding that there are things I really like about the system conceptually that I’m wondering if I could translate from here to other games… While Part 3 focused on the many skills, traits, and items that can be used to define . . . → Read More: Game Review: The One Ring: Adventurer’s Book by Francesco Nepitello from Cubicle 7 – Part 4

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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