Using Cinematic Montages in RPGs
Cinematic montages bring blockbuster action to your adventures. Learn when and how to bring the camera into your game!
It’s the End of the World as We Know it, and I Feel Fine (part 2)
Focused on the impending doom of the apocalypse, these two recent RPGs innovate our genre. Here is why you should play “Phoenix: Dawn Command,” and how to bring some of its epic aspects into your current RPG.
Origins and Gen Con 2016 Bring Big News
Origins becomes the big D&D Convention, but Gen Con and PAX still bring excitement. I am fortunate to have a trio of projects released during this convention season!
Managing Player Types
Creating archetypes of common player types can make us more capable DMs, enabling us with tools to appeal to a variety of players.
Addendum: DnD Next Monster Design and Organized Play
Organized play aims to create fun adventures DMs can run easily. Comparing organized play’s monster formats across the editions is an excellent lens by which to study monster design and identify a path for the future.
Gen Con Report Part 2: Why I Love Gen Con
Step back in time to the amazing events at Gen Con 2011 and the reasons why I come back every year.
Gen Con 2011 Report – New Products
Gen Con 2011 was filled with exciting D&D products.