Revered Tomes: Deadlands by Vinni The Troll
Dungeon Crawling: Rangers by Vinni the Troll
Camelot. Merely saying the name brings fond memories and images of magic for many people. Camelot has been the standard for all things that are good in the world. In 1990, a new game hit the not-so-ye-olde streets. Conquests of Camelot is a historical role-playing adventure. Christy Marx gave her talents as both the writerContinue reading “Games Created by Women: Conquests of Camelot”
Lords, Ladies, Lads, and Lasses, today I present my take on Bards. A class I have never played. You may ask, “How the heck can you have an opinion on Bards if you’ve never played one?!” Easy, I’ve played along side them, and I’ve DM’d for them. The Bard class is a charisma based spell caster,Continue reading “Dungeon Crawling: Bards”
Dungeon Crawling: Warlocks
Over a decade ago, there was a defining moment that would shape my Dungeon Mastering career. The moment that nearly all tabletop gamers share has long been burned into my psyche. A reminder. Thinking about it now: my hands clench into a fist, my heart skips a beat, my brow furrows. I feel a swellingContinue reading “Starting Players on the “Right” Foot: A Dungeon Master’s Guide.”
The 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons Facebook
group is about 85,000 people strong, and the number one question we see in that group is, “How do I find a game of Dungeons and Dragons?”
Hi there, everyone! I was asked by my friend Crymson Pleasure to write up a guest post about women in gaming. A little about myself first. I have been playing tabletop RPG’s since around 1985-86, Magic: The Gathering from 1993, and MMORPG’s since 1999 with Everquest being the one I have played the longest. WhatContinue reading “Women were a rarity, A Guest Post”
Thia the Bard, role player, gamer and singer shares her love of games.
‘Actually, we have a lot of games that we haven’t finished,’ I say as I am going over a shamefully long list in my head of games we have started but never finished.