Jesus (Arvandus) The first time I knew this group was special was during a zombie game at some random meetup. It was a fairly large group and most wanted to play a certain type of military personnel. One person insisted on a helicopter, because why not. Out of all of them though, there was a…
Just because it’s a horror game, doesn’t mean it has to be doom and gloom all the time. From a break in the tension to outright comedy relief, Billy explains how to best make use of different tones in your horror RPG.
After a not so wise bet on a pugilist match, the Victorian A-team are ready to pick the mind of Adelle. What they find out may leave more questions than answers.
This story takes place after Rogue Trader session 8 The sight is never pleasant. There is no day where I see that the future is going to be fun and joyous. Where children play and music fills the air. The sight, which is thankfully rare, is always of death or of harsh decisions. Of great…
Five geeks, one roundish table. The team discusses tech obsolescence in older settings, the changes required for roleplaying for podcasts, the good and bad of character roles, and the Kristen Stewart adultery scandal.
In the third part of his series on creating horror stories in RPGs, Billy advises GMs to set aside their ego and letting the characters take center stage.
Days after their harrowing adventure in the sewers, the group renew their search for answers. Thankfully, they have a dependable and heavily armed new friend to help them along.
Licensed role playing games are perennially popular in the RPG hobby. Looking at the niches they fill in the role playing community, these games have both benefits and drawbacks to their inclusion in your group’s roster.