Category: Something for the Weekend

Sep 08

Junior RPGs & Social Engineering

  As a Geek Dad, one of my goals is to raise my young sons as gamers. RPGs helped me through school by expanding my vocabulary, encouraging me to read, as a vehicle for maths and an environment for socialising. Gaming has given me a life-long hobby and many friends. I want the boys to …

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Sep 01

Aug ‘17 Carnival, Part 2: Magic Bundle Contents

  The travelling RPG Blog Carnival continues to jump from one blog to another. While I devoted a lot of time to the February topic, the monthly host continues to change. The travelling RPG Blog Carnival continues to jump from one blog to another. While I devoted a lot of time to the February topic, the …

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Aug 25

Aug ‘17 Carnival, Part 1: Common Magic Bundles

  The travelling RPG Blog Carnival continues to jump from one blog to another. While I devoted a lot of time to the February topic, the monthly host continues to change. The travelling RPG Blog Carnival continues to jump from one blog to another. While I devoted a lot of time to the February topic, the …

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Aug 18

In Review: A Fourth Year Report

  Last week, Tales of a GM celebrated its fourth birthday.   I now enter my fifth year of blogging, but take this opportunity to review my fourth year as a blogger. Running the website remains an enjoyable experience. I have a good schedule most weeks, which copes with the workload. Every year, my writing …

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Apr 28

40 Top Sites for Storytelling GMs

  The internet is a wonderful resource for our hobby. It seems the whole of human knowledge is online, where any piece of information is only a search term away. Yet, the sheer volume of data is overwhelming. When a search lists over a million results, it is challenging to find exactly what we need. …

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