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Team building is a beautiful thing. So much of it is cooperation and communication. Want to know a secret? The same is true about Dungeons and Dragons. It’s not easy killing goblins. It’s a lot harder when no one is talking and everyone is off doing their own thing. I’ve watched it happen in kidsContinue reading “Dungeons and Dragons: Team Work for the Office”
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One of the cool things about Dungeons and Dragons is that there are so many different ways to play. Some people just like rolling dice and killing monsters. Some like puzzles and exploration. Other players like to create a detailed character with in-depth backstories and motivations. This one if for that last group. How oftenContinue reading “Dungeons and Dragons: Tell me about your backstory!”
I’ve spoken to a lot of people who never started playing D&D because they were afraid it was too complex. Honestly, I’m not going to tell you you’re wrong. Not everyone has the same brain when it comes to remembering rules and how to implement them. Some people get it right away. Some people struggleContinue reading “Dungeons and Dragons. Isn’t it hard?”
Dungeons and Dragons is more popular than ever before. Between Stranger Things and Critical Role, more people have been exposed to it than ever before. It’s fun to watch and invites visions of high adventure and dark dungeons. For some, actually starting a game can be intimidating, however. It seems like there is so muchContinue reading “First Time Dungeons and Dragons?”
One of the problems many people run into during one shots is linking the characters together. If you’ve met in a tavern once, you’ve done it a thousand times. I have a little technique I like to use to link the party together and let players develop some fun backstory in the process. At theContinue reading “Making D and D One-Shots Work”
Rarely have I played a game as satisfying and easy to learn as Dread. There are no dice in this one. Instead of rolling when characters want to complete a task, they pull a block form a Jenga tower, plane and simple. If the tower stands, you’ve made it… for now. If it falls, well,Continue reading “Dread: The Game of Terror and Jenga”
Not all RPGs make you larger than life heroes. In Call of Cthulhu, you play a lowly human in a universe full of otherworldly horrors. Beneath the surface of reality lay a mass a writhing tentacles, strange beings from the stars, and untold dangers that slumber in the deep, waiting for when the stars areContinue reading “Call of Cthulhu”
A new edition of Vampire the Masquerade released earlier this year. For those unfamiliar, it is a table top role playing game in the vein of Dungeons and Dragons, but with a drastically different take. You are not heroes questing for gold and saving the land. Instead, you are a modern day vampire, controlling theContinue reading “Vampire The Masquerade”