Are you a GamesMaster for a fantasy role-playing game? Do you struggle to make your settings feel real? Do you need a castle home base? Or a castle for the players to attack? Or a refuge from the dangers on the road? Maybe some NPCs in a wilderness stronghold? Ragnar's Keep is a detailed castle … Continue reading Ragnar’s Keep – a mediaeval castle setting for fantasy RPGs
Weapon Mastery across the editions
Table Tales #1 – an invasion of worms!
Alternate Systems – a quick update
Beating the GM Writer’s Block
TTRPG systems – Castles and Crusades
Beyond OGL – what are the options?
The new (non)-Open Gaming License 1.1 and what I would rather see
The Open Gaming License 1.0a and the 5e Ecosystem
One D&D Playtest 3 – The Cleric, and updated Ardling, Dragonborn and Goliath
This is my next post in the series looking at the 10th Anniversary next edition of D&D, which Wizards are playtesting bit by bit. As before, you can sign up to the playtest via D&D Beyond and download the new proposals. Playtest 3 started on the first of December, and feedback is now open, running … Continue reading One D&D Playtest 3 – The Cleric, and updated Ardling, Dragonborn and Goliath
Are your players having fun?
Are all your players having fun? Roleplaying games can be challenging, frustrating (particularly when the dice go against you), thrilling, exasperating. But they are a social pastime, and everyone should leave most sessions thinking “well, I’m glad I took part.” I recently made a big mistake. I forgot to think about that extra word “all” … Continue reading Are your players having fun?