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Testing the Classes of Dungeons and Dragons

Dungeons and Dragons is one of those things that, although I don’t talk about it a whole lot, is a consistent part of my gaming life. 709 more words

Opinions

Dropping the prestige: freeing yourself from the fear of unoriginality

“Fear is the mind-killer,” says Frank Herbert in Dune, one of those masterpiece classics that has become so ubiquitous, it’s made its way into the psyches of all of us nerds who have ever so much  as cracked a high school library copy of the tome, with its ant-like rows of script, or braved the strange gothic desert in David Lynch’s cinematic take. 1,261 more words

Craft

Set 2 Day 2

Note: This coming semester, a group of friends will be playing a short series of Dungeons and Dragons games. I spent a few days working on the character and the only bit left is the backstory, so I figured I’d post that here. 1,124 more words

Writing

Don't compare yourself to a Fighter if you're a Bard.

I’ve been a shitty artist for a long time. I’ve made several half-hearted attempts at becoming a professional….creative…person. I got a degree in English and fancied myself a writer. 760 more words

Blog

Perfectionism and Dungeons & Dragons

One of the great travesties of the 90s is how fear of something difficult to understand convinced well-meaning Christians that Dungeons and Dragons was akin to the occult.   1,294 more words

Mental Health

[Death By Review] Three Subclasses - Blight Druid, Brute Fighter, Tony Stark?

Wizards of the Coast releases new Unearthed Arcana for January 2018 with three subclass options. When looking at playtest materials, not all of the options presented are in their final iteration, some options wish to emphasize on specific features and abilities but need a place to do it. 2,416 more words

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