Before I start, a little Chatty update: Winter and Spring have been my crazy freelancer months for a few years now. I’m knee-deep in pushing the Cortex Plus Hacker’s Guide to layout. Dave and I released the preview version of the Fantasy Heroic Roleplaying game to backers and the response has been both positive and […]
In which Chatty recounts his gaming day at a local con, describing the highlights of his Dungeon Reality Show and Old School Job sessions.
In which Chatty concludes his play report of the Dungeon Reality Show: Sunderpeak Temple. Includes lizard-skin clothes, trashy priestesses, one-roll skill challenges and Beads of Awesomeness ’nuff said. Come and read!
In which Chatty starts relating how his recent Dungeon Reality Show was such a huge success and starts his reconciliation with D&D 4e.
Fighting my own Nerd projectitis, I spent all day today putting all Dungeon Reality Show: Dungeon Ball Edition posts into a single PDF. You can find it here free of charge, my gift to you dear readers. I hope that some of you try the adventure and have fun with it. I will also post […]
Over a period of 3 weeks, I wrote a series of post about making one-shot D&D adventures where PCs are drafted into some kind of deadly reality show on the Plane of Games. The response to the series was very positive so I’m planning to release it as a free PDF in the near future. […]
Last time we covered the scene where our brave PC contestants played the first half of a Bloodbowl game. Now it’s time to throw the PCs a curveball… Scene 3 – The Half Time Show Scene goals Perform a Skill challenge that simulates a stage show Introduce combat elements to the challenge if a skill […]
Okay so I busted my deadline for posting the whole thing in one week. However I am going through with the project! Part 1 and part 2 of this series introduced the Dungeon Reality Show. Part 3 was where I started to describe an example of DRS based on Blood Bowl and presented the 1st […]
In Part 1 of this series, I described the implied setting of the Dungeon Reality Show (DRS) In Part 2, I described a few of the tricks I used when I DMed such an event. Today, I’ll start sharing a recent example of a DRS game using the Bloodbowl game. My proposed adventure will differ […]
In part 1, I presented the implied setting of my Dungeon Reality Show (DRS)concept. Today, I’ll describe some of the gimmicks I use as a DM when I play a DRS game. The Set Whenever I throw the PCs into the Plane of Games, I always make sure to describe the barely contained chaos that […]