Each Thursday this year, I focus on a different aspect of the world I’ve created and played D&D in for over 20 years, in the hopes of cementing enough in place to settle the world in my own mind. This week, I take a look at Non-Diefic Divine beings and the Pantheons
Every few years, it seems, I get a chance to take up the Banner of the Guild and Play some Malifaux. I’ve not played any games that I can think of since the change to 2nd edition, so now that the beta of 3rd is out, I can’t think of a better time to play a few more games.
Each Thursday this year, I focus on a different aspect of the world I’ve created and played D&D in for over 20 years, in the hopes of cementing enough in place to settle the world in my own mind. This week, I take a peek into the cosmology of the setting and the gods themselves
Each year, I like to take a step back and look at the prior years releases in Metal music, to try and sort through them and find an album or two that I really enjoy. Last year was an amazing success, introducing me to a number of new bands that I very much enjoy. Lets take a look at what is in store for this year, and the first four albums!
I’ve been working on my own, personal campaign world for over 20 years, and this year, I’m going to put together everything I can recall, remember and find about my setting with the goal of having something that is relatively close to publishable at the end. This week, I lay the ground work and set the stage. Come, join me, and become part of the adventures of Tysis.
I’ve been riding the Scaverous train for a long while now, seven months, as far as I can remember. Its had ups and downs, and I have had a lot of fun using him and getting used to the list. This tournament I once again brought Scaverous and Gaspy 3 just to make sure that I never encountered guns. It was the Third of the Brawltimore Series that we run down here every year, and this one went the distance: 20 players, 5 rounds. Lets get to the reports!
When I first heard that Wizards was going to create a cross-brand product between MTG and D&D, I was curious about what they would do with it. Ravnica, when it was announced, had me pretty excited as it was my absolute favorite MTG setting. Now that I’ve had a chance to actually own it, read it and digest it, I think it may just be the best setting book published. Its simply awesome. Lets take a look at it, shall we?
I want to talk a little bit about what my ideas and goals for the coming year from both a personal standpoint and what I am going to write on the site this year. Each year I like to do this so I have a bit of a compass for where I am going to go, as well as put into actual words what I likely would just have floating about in my head.
I’ll be taking a little time off, if you haven’t noticed. I was going to start next week, but this week got way, way out of hand. Anyway, I look forward to writing more articles and talking more shop in the year to come! Have yourselves some Happy Holidays, and a Happy New year!
Every week on Thursdays – or as often as I can – I muse on the state of Cryx, the lists I’m building, casters I’m taking, problems I encounter and generally everything to do with the Nightmare Empire of Warmachine.
This week, I want to talk about the CID Cycle, and how it affects my enjoyment of the game.