Archive for July, 2016

New Player?  Pick a Comfortable Personality

New Player? Pick a Comfortable Personality

. 27.07.2016 . 0 Comments

While rolling up a character for a new ten week D&D 5e campaign, one of my fellow players new to the game said something that got my mind thinking, and so I thought I would share. If you have ever had the pleasure of running a game with players that are new to table top […]

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Giving Your Players the Hometown Advantage

Giving Your Players the Hometown Advantage

. 18.07.2016 . 0 Comments

       Anyone who knows my style of table top role playing game knows that I prefer playing in a modern setting.  The familiarity people have with a real world setting provides less of a hurdle for the GM to create a immersive experience, and this is key to reaching those all important elements […]

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First Play: Settlers of Catan

First Play: Settlers of Catan

. 11.07.2016 . 0 Comments

What I knew going in Even through Settlers of Catan is a common game these days I really knew very little going in.  I had looked at the back of the box once or twice in passing and knew that the game revolved around trading commodities and trying to take over a strange symmetrical land […]

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