Tag: Players

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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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 29

Updated: Interlocking Leadership Motivations

  One earlier interlude for our campaign involved playing My Life with Master. Even before generating the player character minions, the group is directed to create a Master. This is the villain who drives the minions to ever-greater acts of evil, until the pivotal moment of rebellion. During this creation, one of my Players pointed …

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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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