We are back from a road trip that may have been several days in the making, but was still over a thousand dollars cheaper than simply flying… Read more “Field Report: GameHole Con, Madison, WI”
Hmm? What’s that? Oh, nothing, just this new tabletop role-playing game supplement I wrote. It’s now available in book form. You can grab yourself a copy of… Read more “Tools of the Trade, now in book form!”
Sound the whoop whoop! There’s a new book on the horizon! It’s called Tools of the Trade: A GM’s Guide to Creating and Running Fantasy Heists, and… Read more “Nerd Alert! A New RPG Book for Fantasy Heists!”
As the 1980s trundled on, fueled by Miami Vice, swatches, and Duran Duran videos, the fantasy films should have gotten better, but they didn’t. After such a promising start, the rush to make more of the same spawned a host of shittier and shitter sword and sorcery movies, each one worse that the last. The genre had split into two tracks: cheap-o boob-grab exploitation nonsense, or big budget ham-fisted embarrassments, and both of these new movie styles served to give Sword and Sorcery a bad name.
Second in a 5 part series about the sword and sorcery movies of the 1980s as they related to our Dungeons & Dragons games.
First in a 5 part series about the sword and sorcery movies of the 1980s as they related to our Dungeons & Dragons games.
With most of the driving behind us, the rocket-powered tour bus zoomed us, at way-too-early-in-the-morning, to the docks, and we boarded a medium-sized cruise ship, for a… Read more “Operation: Greco-Roamin’, Entry 007”
Dateline: Athens. After a whirlwind drive through the countryside, at breakneck speeds, up and down two-lane roads that a mountain goat would have balked at transversing, we… Read more “Operation: Greco-Roamin’, Entry 006”