We all know that roleplaying games are a theatre of the mind, but there's nothing as fun as actually seeing your PC. It helps you to get in character, it helps your party members with visualisation, it makes it easier for your fans/friends to do fanart. However, for those of us who aren't artist, it's … Continue reading Show your face! Free character portrait generators for all your RPG needs
I'm a bit behind on the reviews but... Oh my, this comic book is everything I've ever wanted (until the animated series comes out, and then the 10-season live action TV series). Ending the last issue on a high note, with "roll initiative" in the air, Matt Colville decided to throw the characters under the … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 4 – The story goes dark
I got my latest Kickstarter package delivered - a pack of Common (or Garden) Gnomes from Midlam Miniatures. Why did I need them? No reason whatsoever. But I am a big fan of this tiny UK-based company and their metal minis, and I make it a point to support all their Kickstarter campaigns. They keep … Continue reading What’s the use of the garden gnomes?
There's a lot of plot threads sort of converging in this scene. Usually when that happens not everyone survives. Why write reviews when you can just quote Scanlan? So, the third volume came out today, and though I have next to no time whatsoever for writing a blog lately (toy business is kind of hectic … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 3 – The plot thickens
Is this book everything I wanted from fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons? Yes.
It's not that I'm forced to write about Critical Role all the time, but it somehow seems like the most enjoyable part of the RPG world these days. And they've just announced that the artbook will be available on 9 November, and the campaign's over, and the comic book is just brilliant. Second issue of … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 2 – Somehow even funnier
Based on acclaimed Critical Role show, Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting (D&D 5E) is a quite interesting book. Let's see where it shines the brightest.
Finding the right campaign for your D&D group might be tricky. Here's a comprehensive guide to all of the WotC published modules. Spoilers ahead!
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You know how to role-plan an elf. You know how to role-play a dwarf. An innkeeper. A king. A guard. A mercenary. But pray tell me, do you know how to role-play a woman? Some time ago, on a Facebook RPG group, we were discusing an article on how to add some flair or colour … Continue reading How to role-play female characters