Back in January, I played a solo TTRPG called Unreality/Strictness designed by Edaureen Mohamad Nor. That is to say, I started playing it. It was quite fun, and intriguing in
Welcome back! Last time, we used repetition to establish a comfortable environment for growth. Today, let’s explore the opposite approach with an advanced improvisational challenge. Today’s exercise: Inventing the system,
Are you a game master? Do you seek to broaden your horizon and up the games you’re mastering? Then we’re in the same boat. Despite being a relatively new GM,
For a silly D&D oneshot a few months ago, I decided to play a Dogfolk bard. Since there’s no official Dogfolk race, I started with the Tabaxi player race and
As I mentioned in my last post, I want to broaden my horizon with regards to different TTRPG systems. A few weeks ago, I tried Unreality/Strictness by Edaureen Muhamad Nor.
Soon after I started playing D&D, I was already eagerly homebrewing. When running games, I particularly enjoy designing special items, monsters and minigames. Over the course of the last few
A warm coat may shield you from snow and wind, but steel and hearts can be colder yet. Remember the D&D adventure I mentioned two posts back? I finished it!
For the last D&D session with my colleagues before my sabbatical, I wanted to prepare something a little special. The party was fighting their way through an illusory building, and