Tag Archives: Gaming

18
Jan

Group Beta #8 — Roll for Betrayal

15
Jan

Action Intro: Explosive Exposition from Scene One

Many games start quietly. A letter summons you to a castle for a civilized meal and a mystery. The train hisses to a halt outside the sleepy, frontier town. And there’s the inescapable, pervasive meeting in a tavern. Sound familiar? Yawn. Skip it! Sidestep the storybook staple and throw your players straight into the fray with an action-packed introduction!

11
Jan

Group Beta #7 — Lightning Breaker

8
Jan

Setting Shift: Same Adventure, Different World

Gamemasters and Storytellers of all types draw our inspiration from the universe of stories that surround us, combining and re-making old legends into new tales. We spin memories together like golden threads and speak sagas into the circle of those who will listen.

It is an art form with no equal.

But enough poetry!

Your gaming group needs a new adventure and you’ve got writer’s block. Or, you’re lazy. Maybe some of both (mostly lazy, though). So, let that fear pass over and through you, Muad’Dib, because there’s an easy way out.

4
Jan

Group Beta #6 – Diagon Ally

1
Jan

Players, New and Young: Creating a Great First Game

The world of roleplaying games has expanded over the last decade – more and more players are finding their way to the table and the screen, and many of those are young adventurers with different needs and perspectives than what some of us… shall we say “veteran campaigners”… are used to. This is new territory for many GM’s, and so we present a handful of start-up tips for capturing the imaginations of players, both new and young.

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