With Dungeons & Dragons being my most played game of the year, D&D-themed bundles have a habit of grabbing my attention. These bundles tend to be interesting, as they usually consist of lots of odd, little third-party goodies with which to spice up one's game. This latest offering from Humble Bundle definitely fits that profile.… Continue reading Humble Bundle: Dragons, Dungeons, Maps & More
Mystery is a crucial part of many RPG campaigns, but there are some fundamental issues with the structures of some of these campaigns. It's great when players find, identify and interpret clues, but they don't always find them, and a couple such misses can leave a mystery unsolvable. I mean, this can be overcome by… Continue reading Bundle of Holding: Lots of Gumshoe
I have mixed feelings about digital books. On the one hand, I really like the idea of them and I definitely like the convenience of being able to pop online and get pretty much whatever you want at a moment's notice. I am not so keen on eBook readers, however, and you just can't beat… Continue reading RPG Books: Paper or Digital?