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    Arrayed in the pull-down menus at the top of the page is a collection of commentary and comments about roleplaying games and roleplaying techniques for both players and adjudicators. The most recent entry specifically on running games takes pride of place in the headline above. The most recent entries on all topics can be found listed below in the Livre d'Eibon

    The focus of the posts you will find here is strictly on face-to-face and play-by-post 'tabletop' gaming. Further details on what to expect, how things are arranged, and the schedule for posting different types of entry may be found in the 'What to Expect' sticky-post below~

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What to expect from Casting Shadows

Using either the pull-down menus at the top of the page, or the various means of tag and category search tools arrayed along the sides, readers can explore a growing collection of commentary and comments about roleplaying games and techniques for both players and adjudicators. The focus of these posts is strictly on face-to-face and play-by-post ‘tabletop’ … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017 Restrospective

#RPGaDay is over for another year. As usual, it is a bit of a mystery if it will return next year, and in what form, but that anticipation is becoming a part of what is shaping up to be the tradition of the event. The year 2017 was the biggest, yet and it will be weeks … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 31

The last question for #RPGaDay for 2017 is one that looks forward to how things will take shape in the year ahead. What do we as gamers anticipate most for 2018? Whether that is the realization of one of our own projects, or the arrival of someone else’s work; whether that is the launch of … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 30

In this age of plenty in terms of the number of game companies producing record numbers of games, the thirtieth question for #RPGaDay may seem like a real challenge.  The question asks about a mash-up of genres you would like to see in an RPG. There are already so many out there that it may … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 29

The 29th question for 2017’s #RPGaDay month-long challenge is asking about crowdfunding. In particular, it asks about well-run funding campaigns which stand out for how well they were managed. If you do not participate in crowdfunding RPG products on Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or whatever other platform is available or popular in your part of the world, … Continue reading

#RPGaDay 2017: Day 28

Today’s question for #RPGaDay dips into the out-of-character side of our gaming to inquire about sources for relevant (and humorous) recitation of beloved lines during or as a result of play. Whether movies, books, video games, or inspirobot-fueled philosophizing it would seem that quotes we shall always have. Where does your group take their inspiration … Continue reading

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