This week December is officially upon us, and with it comes the full force of the holiday season and all of the shopping that implies. I find it a shame that ordering RPG books online from places like Amazon is so much cheaper then it would be if I were to go to my local game store.
Archives for November 2009
This happens for many kind of skill rolls. An idea occurs to one player, who rolls a skill, which then prompts several other players to also roll. If a check is declared, then everybody rolls who can roll. You can’t blame the players: after all, rolling dice is fun.
(This post covers my last two D&D 4e games) Last Friday we concluded our longest D&D 4e campaign yet, clocking it somewhere between 16 and 20 game sessions (almost one year). In order to make posts length easier to manage, here’s the ultra condensed story. Campaign Finale: Redux Using a mysterious 4 part key collected […]
Awesome #rpg #art – Stained glass d20s http://bit.ly/5SDj0S via @joruffin (via @aijalyn) # A good question: what would Far Realm creatures do with 31 dead goblins? http://is.gd/51Yiy # Explore Airspur… you know you want to. (DDI Sub Required) http://is.gd/51Yjf # Taste the donut: FreeMarket RPG beta available http://is.gd/52267 (via @OgreCave) # Bruce Glassco, co-designer of […]
Happy thanksgiving to all my American readers! Deep friend Turbaconducken anyone? I tend to have a one track mind, so while I’m done teaching my MS-Outlook/Time Management class, it’s still very much on my mind. Just so you know, things went so well that the College’s director offered me to teach another course right after […]
Not especially related to games, but I just can’t stop watching The Muppets do Bohemian Rhapsody, and thus needed to share.
Can I just say, there are a crazy amount of video games that have been released lately that I want to play?
On Halloween, I ran the first ever playtest. I designed all the characters, constructed a scenario, recruited members of my regular D&D group, and GMed the game. I am definitely happy to report one thing: the game didn’t combust in on itself.
As many of you know, I’ve spent most of the last week preparing a 2 day MS-Outlook 2007/Time Management course that I’ll be teaching Tuesday and Wednesday of this week for a local College. While I was prepping for it, building an outline for each topics I decided to cover, I realized just how similar […]
Another article highlighting google wave and gaming http://bit.ly/4gGRMv (via @kaeosdad) | Hey, I see @greywulf there! # New blog post: Inq. of the Week: Video Formats? http://bit.ly/4FdE9x # Excerpt from Plane Below: Reasoning with a Slaad http://is.gd/4WtTw Including random slaad reaction table, complete with head exploding # Degrees of success in skill challenges http://bit.ly/NTXvV # […]