I’ve been toying with the idea of Fantasy RPG survival guide for a while – and here’s the first post in the series. What I’m trying to achieve is a … Continue reading Fantasy Survival 101: Gather the party
At least for a historian. Seriously, those guys will raid your garbage bin and steal your receipts. And the humanity will be grateful. After a while. I’ve just put my hands on … Continue reading There’s nothing less private than private life
If you love the Victorian era and feel disappointed you haven’t lived a century ago, don’t despair – many things did not change anyway. Might be useful for your steampunk and … Continue reading Get Your Victorians Right!
Tired of feeding your party the same staple food everytime they go out to eat in a civilized place? We’ve got your back: follow us for some tasty medieval recipes, … Continue reading You’re sitting in a tavern; or, Food in the Middle Ages (part 1)
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 … Continue reading How to role-play female characters
Last week I happened to review for you Jared Blando’s book on hand-drawing fantasy maps. This time we’ll go further – just in case you feel more confident in digital … Continue reading How to Draw Fantasy & RPG Maps, part 2: digital
You’re just starting a new campaign. Your last party got killed and disbanded, you managed to find a new Game Master, or maybe you’re just bored of role-playing the tank. … Continue reading 7 Ways to Flesh Out Your RPG Character
Review of How To Draw Fantasy Art & RPG Maps by Jared Blando.