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Vestraadi, Blindness, and RPGs

I’ve a tendency for humility, so this post is prompted more by Jonathan G. Nelson (over at AAW Games) than anything else—if someone with a disposition as sunny as his is telling me to explain what the Vestraadi are  651 more words

MIke Myler

Tribe 8 Miscellanea Roundup

It’s getting close to the second Falling Down event, which means that I’m upping my keen by catching up on more of the various Tribe 8… 2,541 more words

Tabletop RPGs

ENWorld's Hot Roleplaying Games - April 2015

Time for another checkup of the ENWorld list of hot RPGs. Usual reminder applies: RPGs are scored on the chart based on what’s being actively discussed on as wide a pool of internet fora and blogs as ENWorld can find RSS feeds for. 1,187 more words

Tabletop RPGs

Referee's Bookshelf: Designers & Dragons

Put out through Evil Hat in a variety of formats (I read the Kindle version), Designers & Dragons is a four-volume update of a history of the RPG industry originally published as a big fat brick by Mongoose Publishing. 2,591 more words

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Roleplaying, it helps.

Roleplaying games, or Tabletop Roleplaying, is the great gift of Greek Theatre. Pretending to be someThing, or someOne else, is the best tool of all if you find yourself depressingly normal, all your uniqueness leeched out by the drab, gray world called The Cubicle. 269 more words

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'WITCH' is the Amazing TTRPG You Haven't Heard About Yet

My journey to WITCH began with an email from the creator Elizabeth Chaipraditkul, from Angry Hamster Publishing, asking if I and my fellow contributors at Her Story Arc would be interested in trying out her freshly drafted TTRPG. 871 more words

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Why D&D 3.5 Is An Undead Behemoth That Refuses To Die

Dungeons and Dragons.

It may not have been the first tabletop RPG and for many groups it’s certainly not the best but damn if that name doesn’t have recognition and appeal. 1,959 more words

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