I was talking to a friend about RPGs and he asked if I knew about some drama from an upcoming Games Workshop Age of Sigmar RPG. I did not, so I did a bit of digging. Here’s the scoop on Age of Sigmar as far as I understand it. I could have details wrong, as […]
Category Archives: D&D Archeology
Experiment of Dread: Playing a Hexcrawl in 5e
This last weekend, I met online with some friends to do some D&D. As per. However, not all of our group were able to gather, so I placed the current storyline on hold and ran Something Else. And since Module X1, the Isle of Dread has been on my mind, I decided to run that […]
More thoughts On Palace of the Silver Princess
I sat down on Wednesday morning to prep the game for that night. I started with the map of what I had presented so far, then started drawing a new map to extend the dungeon. And stopped instantly. “Why are these rooms here, like this? It doesn’t make sense!” was my thought. So I ran […]
D&D Archeology: Using old material for the first time
I like to call myself a D&D Archaeologist. I love buying old books and seeing what secrets the ancients had in their games. By ancients, yes, I refer to earlier editions of D&D, but also any game. I’m not picky about where the sources of interesting ideas come from.