We’re proud to present the 3rd in a series of monthly articles by Keith Baker. Best known for creating the Eberron Campaign Setting for Dungeons & Dragons and the card game Gloom he’s also worked on at least five games that you’ve never heard of. Yet. Question: What should be done if a player does […]
Choices like these give us starting points to pursue more engaging role-play, and provide means of breaking the ice at the gaming table and getting players to look for their own ways at dressing the stage and setting the tone.
Greetings! My name is Matt Forcella, and I am an artist, writer, and most importantly, a Dungeon Master of over 17 years. I’ve run D&D, Star Wars, and have devised a couple of new roleplaying systems for my group. This will be the first in a bi-monthly column called One Die Short, about the trials and […]
Contrary to popular belief, a GM does NOT have to have an intricate session planned when his players get together. One day when I found my self GMing without any warning, I realized I would have to wing it.