Overview of the editions of shadowrun
Another Table Thoughts, this time about running TTRPGs in established IPs without feeling like you are second fiddle.
Some thoughts on a common, challenging player type, and advice for DMs and players on how to approach it. #TTRPG
Way too many words have been spent writing about skill challenges. Ultimately they are something most RPG players want, and something I haven’t seen satisfying versions of in a d20 system. I think the problem comes from a combination of oversimplifying them, and poor preparation. Skill challenges should be as thought out as any monsterContinue reading “Skill Challenges”
RPGs are such a longtime hobby of mine, that I made a blog about it. I’ve run games with a variety of investment levels over the years, and wanted to highlight a couple of price points you can hit to get the best bang for your buck. Free Let’s start with free. It’s the mostContinue reading “RPG Price Points”
Paranoia is a wonderful and amazing RPG. It’s also unlike any other RPG on the market. It actively encourages things that are terrible in any other game, and sows discord in groups. It’s a blast, and a well run introductory game is something a group will remember for a long time. These are my notesContinue reading “Paranoia. An Introduction”