When my wife asked me to teach my seven year old step-daughter how to play Dungeons and Dragons I knew that I couldn’t plop down a Player’s Handbook in front of her. Here’s what I did.
I have ran my fair share of Batman games and today I want to discuss a few ideas I have had for the setting.
I will be hosting a game via Google Hangouts on August 31st at 5pm. Details inside.
I changed my twitter handle! Please alert me if you see the old one somewhere.
“I feel the black reaching out. I hear its song without a doubt.”
I’m want to try something I’ve never done before; hosting a live call-in show.
No one will tell me where my Isabella has gone. They say she was only a dream. But sometimes I hear her whisper. I know she’s not only a dream. I know she is real. I know that have to find her again. If I don’t… I may very well go mad. When the Great […]
There has been discussion in the gaming community about diversity in games. When planning In the Pines I want to know how I should handle it. I start with an “easy” one; sex ratio.
The title of In the Pines comes from an American folk song. I did some research into the numerous variations of the song.
Am I ashamed of being associated with “bad” nerds… or am I ashamed because I can be just as horrible as the nerds that disgust me?