Last weekend, my regular weekly gaming group managed to play our first in person session in 17 months. We’ve not gone short of gaming, having continued to play online throughout … Continue Reading Review: Shadow of the Beakmen (Dungeon Crawl Classics)
A review of Mörk Borg by Pelle Nilsson, Johan Nohr, Dead People, Stockholm Kartell and Fria Ligan. Possibly the most (if not only) doom metal RPG I’ve ever owned and wanted to play.
Old School Essentials is a fantastic reimagining of the B/X ruleset. While it doesn’t change the rules, it restructures them and presents them in a more user friendly format. I take a look at it in this post.
I look at “The Devil of Murder Cliffs”, a 5th Edition adventure from Frog God Games.
I take a look at AAW Games latest release for the Fantasy Grounds virtual tabletop – Mini-Dungeon Tome – a collection of 128 short adventures for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons.
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
Review of Dungeon Fog, an online, subscription based, mapping tool for role-playing games.
A brief look at the Winghorn Press adventure “Horror at Havel’s Cross”, a one-shot adventure for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.
I take a look at B/X inspired retro-clone Labyrinth Lord. Does it scratch the B/X itch? Or does descending armor class make me itchy all over?
A look at 13th Age, my favourite Dungeons and Dragons descendant.
Recently, I’ve been playing more than writing about D&D, hence the long gap between posts. My long running (almost a year and a half) campaign had reached the point where … Continue Reading White Plume Mountain for 5e: A reflection.
Update: Since I wrote this post, I’ve run a few DCC sessions. I’ve written a new blog post about my experiences. I would recommend reading that after you’ve read this … Continue Reading Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG – Review
This weekend I attended Conpulsion in Edinburgh for the first time. I say “for the first time”. In reality I’d attended it in it’s previous guise of Big Con back … Continue Reading Conpulsion 2017: Reflections
I wrote last week that I didn’t necessarily think that D&D Beyond would fly unless Wizards addressed the potential issue of double buying content. This week, those of us who … Continue Reading D&D Beyond – First Look at Wizards of the Coast’s Digital Toolset
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.