Proving Grounds serve as the testing beds for new technology. Ours contains in-progress works, partially finished ideas, incomplete subsystems, along with reviews and evaluations of products, both my own and others.
Apothecaria will be my first solo TTRPG. I’m mostly in the games for the shared storytelling and in person tabletop experiences. The whole solo thing really missed me for a while. Then COVID happened and all my in person games just shut down. It got me re-evaluating what I find important in a game, andContinue reading “Apothecaria: Review”
I took a long time to come around on the idea of props in a TTRPG session. I’m talking probably decades. Coins are one that I’ve been very drawn to the last few years, and the Coins of the Ancient’s series are some of my favorites. This is the second pack I’ve gotten, after backingContinue reading “Coins of the Ancients: Solomon’s Pentacles”
Over the past few years I’ve been tooling away at my own version of #&#. K20 is my compiled answer to that question. Foundationally, K20 is based on 3.5, but was started at the end of 4e, and pulls a lot from 2e, 5e, and other games. Its still not finished and a little inContinue reading “K20, What’s that?”
Mothman bring to you some rules for incorporating the City of Mordheim into Warhammer Fantasy 4th edition! It brings everything you love from the tabletop game into your TTRPG!
Bianca’s Guide to Golems is the third of Chamomile’s series of kickstarter 5e zines. Each of which is focused on a specific topic of D&D that’s always been a little wonky. This one, obviously, is focused around golems, but less obviously, item crafting in general. I’ve got a hard copy, and plan to review that,Continue reading “A Review of Bianca’s Guide to Golems”
Irena’s Guide to Intrigue and Illusion is the second of Chamomile’s series of kickstarter 5e zines. Each of which is focused on a specific topic of D&D that’s always been a little wonky. This one, obviously, is focused around Illusion and Social skills. I’ve got a hard copy, and plan to review that, although theContinue reading “A Review of Irena’s Guide to Intrigue and Illusion”
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