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Behind the Gear-spun Curtain: A Purely Steampunk Look at Game Design

October 30, 2014Written by LanJemWezz - Published on

As the leaves turn and the skies grow cloudy, we turn our minds toward All Hallows’ Eve and things of an often creepier, spookier, or more macabre appeal. Let us turn our minds then toward a sweet sample of the garish gallery to be found in the westerly lands of the Pure Steam™ Campaign Setting. […]

Early ‘treats’ for Halloween

October 28, 2014Written by MythicParty - Published on

Just to be clear, DungeonMastering.com is written to be as ‘System Neutral’ as possible to allow as broad a leadership as possible.  Certainly d20 design is hard to ignore, so apologies to any grognards still rolling THACO with 2nd or even rocking 1st Ed. And yes, I’m currently in Darkwarren’s Rise of the Runelords (Anniversary […]

D&D Lessons from The Walking Dead Season 5 Premiere

October 26, 2014Written by MythicParty - Published on

The new season of Walking Dead premiered spectacularly a short time ago, and then in typical AMC fashion the show was re-run before the newest episode.  Having seen it twice now, here are some lessons for your D&D games.  And yes, spoilers abound- you’ve been warned.  (Plus we’ve waited over a week to do this […]


October 15, 2014Written by Marc_Radle - Published on

Welcome back to Pen & Pixels, where I share stories about of the the RPG images that I’ve created as a professional artist.  Here’s a Halloween-ish piece I illustrated for Four Winds Fantasy  for one of their monster books. This particular creature was a Mannegishi, a trickster race from Cree folklore. In doing my research […]