Tag: Players

Sep 29

The Dream Heroquest of Unknown Kadath 4: Historical Figures

    After a long break, the dreamquest returns with another six people to join me in a fictional game. I also nominate the dream GM and determine which system we play. As noted in the first post in this series, the idea came from other blogs.   The first dream heroquest featured a mixed …

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Sep 22

Sep ‘17 Carnival: Riddle Rooms

  The travelling RPG Blog Carnival continues to jump from one blog to another. I try to contribute every month, although a topic can catch my imagination and lead to a long series, such as the 2017 February topic.   In September, the Carnival has a home fixture as the host is Johnn Four at …

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Sep 15

Social Engineering, Part 2: Mechanics

  As a Geek Dad, one of my goals is to raise my young sons as gamers. An early game I ran for the boys was a BETA copy of Heroes of the Falling Star (HoFS) by Jay Steven Anyong.   The pdf describes the game as follows: Heroes of the Falling Star is an …

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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 05

Updated: Empowering RPG Relationships

  No Man is an Island, Entire of Itself John Donne   So many Heroes come to the table as if they were an island. I am sure we have all encountered orphan or loner characters. While a lone Hero may work in prose fiction, it is less engaging in the social environment of a …

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