How to Write a Memorable Adventure for a Fantasy Roleplaying Game | Part 1 of 2

All gamemasters have struggled from time to time with writing adventures their players will tell tale of on those long winter nights sitting around the hearth fire with their grandchildren.  There’s no shame in it.  I was 14 years old, captivated by the complicated maps and lengthy descriptions in the original Ravenloft adventure my friend […]

17 Gamemaster Tips the Manuals Won’t Tell You

Ready for the full on geek? I’ve been a Game Master of roleplaying games since the term GM related specifically being a Dungeon Master.  From old school dungeon crawls to post-modern Storytelling, I’ve done it all and have roleplaying game books from more game systems than I can remember. I took a decade break from […]

Don’t Play With Yourself on Valentine’s Day

I’ve written about St. Valentine’s Day a lot in my life. Something about this day sticks in my craw. I’m a romantic but like New Year’s Eve, every Valentine’s Day I’ve tried to make special usually fell flat. The expectations of certain events are difficult to meet and exceed. I really do think of myself […]