I take a closer look at the nostalgia bathed alternative 80s RPG, Tales from the Loop. Roleplaying in a world inspired by 80s movies and Stranger Things.
I’ve launched another adventure on the DM’s Guild. This is the second adventure I’ve published there and this one is designed for use with only the freely downloadable Basic Rules. … Continue Reading Another Foray Into the DM’s Guild
As my gaming group approach Castle Ravenloft for the beginning of the final chapter of Curse of Strahd, I look back at how the original Ravenloft adventure struck fear into me as a novice DM back in 1983.
Kobold Press has consistently produced high quality products for a number of tabletop role-playing games for a number of years now. I’ve grown to love the Midgard setting which I … Continue Reading Review: 12 Peculiar Towers for 5th Edition – Kobold Press
Some of my favourite D&D/RPG products came from Kickstarter campaigns and from the DM’s Guild. I also ran White Plume Mountain with my party and it was the most fun we … Continue Reading Review: In the Dungeon of the Wizard Lord Keraptis
Tomb of Annihilation is an exhilarating adventure set in the jungles of Chult, but this unique setting, and the hex crawl nature of the adventure isn’t without it’s problems.
I recently introduced the kids to Role-playing Games. We’ve been gaming as a family for a couple of years now, but mostly card and board games. Roleplaying games present a … Continue Reading Introducing Kids to RPGs: A Guide
Review of Dungeon Fog, an online, subscription based, mapping tool for role-playing games.
Why I’m doing a 24 hour non-stop RPG marathon to raise money for Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity.
One page dungeons are a great way of creating quick adventures to run with your group. I look at what they are, how they came about, and the best way to approach writing one.
5 tips on becoming a better Dungeon Master. How to make your game more enjoyable for both your players, and yourself.
A review of Basic Fantasy Role Playing Game. Moldvay Edition D&D for the 21st Century.
A look at 13th Age, my favourite Dungeons and Dragons descendant.
Sometimes you don’t have time for a full campaign, or you want to try something new. That’s where one-shot adventures come into their own.
Eyes of the Stone Thief is a huge tome of living dungeon goodness from Pelgrane Press for the 13th Age RPG. I delve inside the dungeon to end all dungeons.
When I returned to playing Role-playing games, I initially dipped my toes in the water by playing in a couple of play-by-post games. I felt that this would allow me … Continue Reading Tips to help improve your Play-by-Post RPG campaign