The Snake’s Heart and 5e

This weekend I had an opportunity to possibly run The Snake’s Heart for my home gaming group as a D&D 5e session. Though I have played 5e two or three times (with my kids and some friends of the family), it’s been a while. This gave me an opportunity to dust off the Player’s Handbook,…

Most Old School RPG owned – #RPGaDAY 2014, Day 5

So now we’re on Day 5Β ofΒ #RPGaDay. It asks us what the most “Old School” RPG may be in your collection. In my collection, it would have to be my classic Dungeons & Dragons or Palladium Fantasy books. But in my defense, I see “Old School” as being nothing more than a way of describing my…

Most recent RPG purchase – #RPGaDAY 2014, Day 4

So far we’ve hit the first RPG I’ve played, the first RPG I game mastered, and the first RPG I purchased. You already know far too much about the early days of my gaming career and yet we’re just getting started. πŸ™‚ Day 4 of #RPGaDay asks about my “most recent RPG purchase” and that’s…

Game Fodder: Five Lost Gods

In the mists of time, many deities have risen and fallen. Here are five gods and goddesses who have been lost to time… Will they return? 1. Sura – Goddess of Sand, destroyed in a battle with Caven, Ruler of Storms 2. Ban – God of Borders, presumed lost when the Kingdom of Aven was…

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…

Food for Thought – Articles, Posts, and Other Things Around The Net

As we approach the end of 2010, I’m left wondering where it went as far as my gaming went. However, I look forward to 2011 being a series of new beginnings with my gaming. Will it work out? Who knows? But I won’t know until I try… But in the meantime, here are some things…

Review on GKR: Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom from Nevermet Press

Hi all… In case you missed it on my reviews blog, I wrote about Brother Ptolemy and the Hidden Kingdom over at Game Knight Reviews. Nevermet Press has put together a heck of a setting and adventure that would fit nicely into most of the D&D-based campaigns (4e or 3.5e really, though the book is…

Momentum, or a lack thereof…

So here I sit, wondering at what topics to address on this blog. The concept of Moebius Adventures is very much alive, and yet I have not released anything since the Core Rules book came out a couple of years ago. Since then, I’ve attempted to revive the efforts of writing and publishing, revising and…

Book Review: Martial Flavor – Chaotic Shiny Productions

When you look up the word “martial” in the dictionary, most definitions tend towards the use of a few key adjectives – warrior, warlike, or military. So I’d be lying if I said that the Martial Flavors book from Chaotic Shiny Productions focuses on mostly peaceful people. Most of these cultures could be described as mercenaries, . . . → Read More: Book Review: Martial Flavor – Chaotic Shiny Productions

More thoughts about Typography, or the tools used to create it…

Image by voyageAnatolia.blogspot.com via Flickr Long title, I know… But basically I am wondering how we might take the small things, such as the method of writing, and use that in a game. And by “method” in this case, I’m thinking of the tools used to create the work.Β For example, were the letters painted onto…

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