Hey all! As you know I was lucky enough to be able to try out the Horizon Network with its author. (I am not formally affiliated with the author or with Grimm Press) This is the 3rd video in the playtest series. It shows our final battle! Hope you enjoy it and give the system […]
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BREAKING NEWS! BREAKING POSITIVE NEWS!!!! The first draft of the Open RPG Creative License is up and available for public comment! Take a read here: https://paizo.com/community/blog/v5748dyo6si9y?First-Draft-of-the-ORC-License-Ready-for I will be reading into it over the weekend. At first glance it looks like it is a very well drafted License. I am hoping to make Under a […]
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I am hoping that the news is either false or will be walked back. I am typing this late after work so I don’t have time to do too much digging. Even if it is walked back / not legit the question itself is still worth asking. Are Half-Elves racist? This declaration, removing Half-Elves for […]
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Recently I was (finally) able to run a playtest of the second packet of Project Black Flag. For an adventure I ran the heist in the Little Lockford from Keys from the Golden Vault. Which means, yes, I have (partially) forgiven Hasbro for the OGL debacle. Golden Vault The adventure we ran was very well […]
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I really wish I had more time right now to make a great blog post. But I am running off for the weekend – but would like to say – D&D will now remain, forever, an open game. The Creative Commons License now licenses the ENTIRE 5.1 SRD. The original OGL remains in effect too! […]
Read More Dungeons and Dragons Remains, the World’s Greatest RPG
The week has brought several bits of good news. Nonetheless I am very concerned about the future of the tabletop community, both in ways that are being discussed and in ways that, at least as I have encountered so far, are not. Particularly around one of WotC’s excuses. WotC already has recourse One of the […]
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Removing all content about Hasbro products in response to the Open Game License “deauthorization” Open Gaming is here to stay. With or without D&D
Read More Tasha’s Cauldron
Nothing beats scary stories around the glow of Jack-O-Lanterns. But here’s the thing. . . you already know how most of the neighborhood stories go right? You can read your friend’s face and know when he will make the boogyman come out. What if there was a way to make them a bit more unexpected […]
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