Review of the upcoming Book of Fiends for 5th Edition by Green Ronin Publishing. #tabletopgames #dnd #dnd5e #roleplay #ttrpg @GreenRoninPub
The first Devlog on a new 5e crafting system I’ve been working on.
Rumor Has It is a tabletop rpg for 3-5 people with traitor mechanics where you take on the roles of partygoers at a gathering of your choosing. Each character has a rumor that is true about them, and their job is to keep that rumor safe while discovering the rumors others are hiding. All the while, you’re drowningContinue reading “Rumor Has It”
A review of a Tolkien, Zepplin, Zelda inspired TTRPG where lines of poetry and song fuels certain powers.
Review of “Altar,” which is less of a game and more of a prompt for you to explore yourself
If Call of Cthulu has players investigating cosmic horrors, Xas Irkalla invites you to wander the dream-haunted worlds of elder gods. This is a game only for those who want unforgiving worlds with death spirals in their mechanics.
Make mass combats easier and cinematic with advice from DungeonWorld!
Perhaps what made me think I had what it took to make a blog on RPG design and stuff was this effort with /u/SpiketailDrake on Reddit. The remastering of the 4 Elements Monk from 5th Edition! (Here is the old Reddit Link from years ago where our discussion took place.) I helped with the powerContinue reading “Way of the 4 Elements Monk Remaster”
Summary The 5th edition of White Wolf’s Vampire: The Masquerade quickens the blood of long-held traditions in the game’s history. Mostly good things here, including the move away from blood pools, an updated metaplot, social combat mechanics, and more. Masquerade 5th Ed. seemingly focuses on the “street level” of cities where characters play, which canContinue reading “Review of Vampire the Masquerade v5”