#RPGaDay2019 Day 14: Guide

I seem to be sticking with a path of sharing thoughts on being a player of roleplaying games as opposed to my approach from previous years of sharing specific experiences. The #RPGaDay prompt for this August 14th is the word guide. As I am following my instincts and then shaping those first reactions with quick … Continue reading

#RPGaDay2019 Day 3: Engage

Our license to explore our philosophies and the vast and varied hobby of roleplaying games hits warp speed for the weekend as we receive the prompt of ‘engage’. Launched initially by Dave Chapman from his Autocratik blog, and each year given form and functionality via the graphic design talents of Will Brooks, #RPGaDay has become … Continue reading

RPGaDay 2019 – Day 1: First

Our first prompt, by no coincidence, is the word first. Take it, and make it your own! For my response, in the two-minute video linked below (which due to the inclusion of a Day 1 introduction video has a run-time of 5 minutes), I address a question of improvisation and going with our first reactions … Continue reading

Mythos Mythras: Tone and Tenor

There is a sense among gamers that for games played with Lovecraft and Company’s Cthulhu Mythos as the setting, that insanity, death, or both are a foregone conclusion. Play to Find Out takes on a slightly limited meaning, ‘play to find out how you meet your end.’ I think it is helpful to take a … Continue reading

Mythos Mythras: Methods of Madness

Mythras introduces rules for the mental effects of ‘unpleasantness’ and long-term abuse and vices in its Luther Arkwright: Roleplaying Across the Parallels expansion which also broadens the social and technological base of the game beyond the bronze and iron ages into the industrial age and far, far beyond. This makes it a solid match for … Continue reading

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