I need to start this off with a disclaimer: I absolutely love this game. It is easily my families favorite board game to date. We have only owned it for a week or so but have played it every night, usually multiple games per night. I’ve also ordered an expansion pack for it and will […]Read More Here to Slay
I’m a sucker for a svelte, rules-lite RPG. From The Black Hack, to Maze Rats, to Lady Blackbird and even Lasers and Feelings, I absolutely love the freedom a good rules-lite RPG can give to both the players and the GM. For the longest time Maze Rats was my go-to for all quick gaming scenarios, […]Read More RPG in a Pamphlet with Tunnel Goons!
I have a large family and we are always on the lookout board games that can accommodate more than the standard 4 players that a lot of games cater to. On a recent trip to Walmart my oldest saw this game, looked at the back, and exclaimed “this one is like One Night Ultimate Werewolf, […]Read More SNAKESSS isss awessssome!!!
Hey everyone! After a long hiatus, we are back and better than ever! I have no excuse as to why I’ve been gone, other than life as a dad of for, which reminds me, Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there reading this! So I will be covering a range of new and […]Read More Back again!
I just received my new patches from Thaddeus Moore and I have to say that these are gorgeous! Please don’t let my pathetic excuse for photography put you off to these gems. They have an iron-on back and are very stout. I am adding one to my GoRuck pack and sending the other to a […]Read More New OSR Patch!!
The Black Hack by David Black (TBH from here on out) is one of my favorite rules-lite games on earth (maybe even on Mars?). It is simple, streamlined and oh so deadly. Coming in at 20 pages, this small system comes with Rules, Equipment lists, Spells and Foes to fight, making this invaluable for […]Read More The Black Hack, Baby!!!
I’m a sucker for an open RPG system. Systems like Fate/ Fate Accelerated, GURPS and 2d6 are some of my favorites to run for new gamers because of their ability to run a game in any setting. This helps meet the expectations of the players while also keeping the GM familiar with the system. Well, […]Read More Review of Shatter6 Open Roleplaying
I purchased Kingdom Builder almost 2 years ago now and it has been a hit from the very first day of play. My wife, friends and I have played countless times and have loved every game of it. But it is a game that I had yet to play with my kids until two nights ago […]Read More Kingdom Builder with Kids
So up until this point, I have been writing and designing this blog on a Chromebook, mostly because it was the only functioning computer in the house. This past weekend though I finally got the old Lenovo Thinkpad X200 running with a new hard drive and a fresh install of Lubuntu Linux loaded on. With […]Read More Blog Update
One of the things I found when I decided to start playing RPGs with my children was that there was not a lot of information out there on appropriate game systems for this player type. To be honest, the few resources that I did find basically said to dumb down Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 or […]Read More Tabletop RPGs for Kids