Daily Life, Dungeons & Dragons, Gaming, review, Uncategorized

Review Corner : Episode 3 – Between Adventures Handbook

DISCLAIMER: I was not paid for this review, nor was I given the content for review. In the midst of a D&D game invariably players will ask for information that has never occurred to the DM. "What's the name of the tailor's?" "How much would it cost to buy a giant badger?" Things that, to… Continue reading Review Corner : Episode 3 – Between Adventures Handbook

Dungeons & Dragons, Gaming

Why Inclusiveness is Important in Nerd Culture

I've seen a lot of articles and stories recently about streamers refusing to play with girls, about players having to leave Esports teams because of harassment from the gaming community and women and members of the LGBTQ+ community having to create their own gaming tables because they are uncomfortable playing with the usual group of… Continue reading Why Inclusiveness is Important in Nerd Culture

Dungeons & Dragons, Gaming, Uncategorized

Roll20 content review: Burn Bryte Character Creation

For those who don't know, Burn Bryte is Roll20's science fantasy game currently in it's play testing phase. It was written and produced by James Introcaso with additional design by Jim McClure, Kat Kuhl and Darcy Ross. It's designed by Roll20 for Roll20 which makes it very interesting to fans of the platform. I have… Continue reading Roll20 content review: Burn Bryte Character Creation

Daily Life, Dungeons & Dragons, Gaming, Uncategorized

Review Corner: Episode 2 – Art & Arcana

Let me start with this is a beautiful book. And it's big. And heavy. It's the kind of book you'd use to bludgeon an orc if you were trapped in a wizard's library (and you had the improvised weapons feat). But then you'd feel really bad for ruining such a gorgeous tome. Lovingly curated by… Continue reading Review Corner: Episode 2 – Art & Arcana

biography, Dungeons & Dragons, Gaming, my life, Uncategorized

What I learned from being a DM

There are hundreds of resources out there for DMs. Whether you're just starting out or have been behind the screen for years there is an abundance of blogs, videos and podcasts about how to make your game better, how to make DMing easier or how to create your own homebrew content. This post isn't necessarily… Continue reading What I learned from being a DM

biography, Daily Life, Dungeons & Dragons, Gaming, Uncategorized

How Roll20 got me back into DnD.

I played my first game of Dungeons & Dragons in 1999. I knew about it, had a vague idea what it was but I had never played before. Not really. There was a moment in elementary school when one of my friends tried to introduce it to a group of us with no idea how to… Continue reading How Roll20 got me back into DnD.