It’s Friday (and we’re actually on time this week!), and here on No Rerolls that means it’s time for a little digest of some of our favourite articles from the past week. Of course, we’re slow readers, so don’t be surprised if there are some articles that are a little older – these are just some of the great articles we happen to have actually read in the past week.
They are in no particular order, so let’s get into some recommendations:
What Happens When You Light a Fire in an Alchemists Shop @ Ordinary Time – Huh, a Twitter-based roleplaying game? How strange. It’s something I’ve not seen before, but it’s a cool idea. I don’t use Twitter myself, but I’m interested to see how this game goes!
People Standing Around @ The Imperial Settler – Another odd story, but also a less positive one. The game store the author visited sounds fantastic, but I share the reservations they have regarding the people milling around at games nights with seemingly no interest in actually, like, playing games… I mean, what is the actual point in being there if you’ve no intention of actually participating? What a tedious evening that would be!
The Necromancer – Zombicide Black Plague @ Keewa’s Painting – In this new blog, the author creates some really nice painting articles. I like the amount of detail that is given regarding the process. All of the articles on the blog thus far are good, but this is probably my favourite. My only criticism would be the lack of larger images, so as to give a closer look at the detail of the painted model.
A Playful Way to Teach Assertive Communication in Child Therapy @ The Playful Counselor – As someone who works with children, and as someone with an interest in social play (see previous writing), this is an interesting read. It looks at a method of working with individuals who struggle with social communication, which is also firmly in my wheelhouse. An interesting read, and one that has me bookmarking this blog.
Sylvaneh- Drycha @ The Roost of Turkadactyl – The Age of Sigmar Sylvaneth models are just beautiful, and it’s nice to see paint jobs that really do them justice, as is the case in this post. Really cool and inspiring!
On No Rerolls, we’ve taken a look at a Humble Bundle featuring some great Warhammer 40,000 fiction.
See you next week!