Battling Complacency or Unhappiness at the Game Table

Today we’re taking a little break from the magical worlds we’ve been visiting and instead talking about the real world of the game table – which can be virtual or physical, funny enough. But what do I mean about complacency? Unease? What are you talking about Fitz? Well, let me explain. I recently had a…

Who’s your Daddy? (Generating NPC Families)

In honor of Father’s Day, I thought I’d come up with some way to figure out not only a NPC’s (or PC)’s father or their entire family. So Happy Father’s Day to all you gaming Dads! You rock! Long ago and far away there was the “Other Random Character Generation Elements” section in the Moebius…

Errant Paths: Inspired by Danger

Sometimes ideas come into my brain and I have no idea quite what to do with them… this is one of them. As adventurers, we thrive on danger. Whether we are causing danger to others or ourselves or saving someone or something from danger, it’s one of those constant companions heroes have. But what happens…

Encounters Product Design Thoughts

Over the last week or so, I’ve been pondering how to expand on the Little Spaces product line by showing some of the ways those supplements could be used to help inspire different encounters. My article on “Expanding Little Spaces” offered a bit of method on how to do just that. But that just opened…

One Spot Design: Locations – The Reeve

Now that we know a bit about Reeve Quentus (see this post), it’s time to look at the place he works and some related locations… The Reeve’s Station The Reeve’s station is a small three-story building with a living area upstairs, an office on the main floor, and three small jail cells in the basement.…

Looking for a Gaming Group… [Cross-post]

(I’m cross-posting this from my personal portal blog…) Do you live in Colorado Springs, CO? Do you have a gaming group? Or are you looking for one? I’m looking for a group that I can play tabletop roleplaying games with and possibly GM a campaign using the rules for Warrior, Rogue, and Mage in my…

Book Review: Filling the empty chair by Johnn Four (RoleplayingTips.com)

When you’re in school, it’s easy to find gamers. I remember playing with people in junior high and high school, in college and even immediately after college. But at some point it starts to get difficult. People have jobs and families and other commitments that don’t let them game as often as they’d like. Or maybe . . . → Read More: Book Review: Filling the empty chair by Johnn Four (RoleplayingTips.com)

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