Roleplaying With (Little) Kids

Recently I started up a little role-playing game with my kids and wife. My daughter (who will often wander in after bedtime to illicitly greet my gaming friends on the

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The Plutchik Wheel: Die-Dropping Character Motivation

Robert Plutchik created a system of categorizing human emotions in 1980. When I recently rediscovered his wheel of emotions, it looked to me like a brilliant die-drop table.

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Dungeon Crawling in Roll20

This is the first map I drew by hand and used in a Roll20 game. It’s… okay.

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The Wastes, Part 1: Maps

This post is a departure from the esoteric constellation legends into something a bit more concrete. Here are a few maps for a ‘Wastes’ hex crawl I’m putting together.

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Review: Limitless Encounters – Mountain

Recently Limitless Adventures (@Limitless5e) reached out to me and requested that I review one of their products. I took a look at Limitless Encounters – Mountain to share my thoughts.

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Natural Consequences

I killed a PC last game session. Or rather, he went and got himself killed.

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Playing in the Sand

Gaming is great. One of the best things I know. But it demands a time commitment not always compatible with adulting.

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