An Unexpected Roundtrip

When I started writing my own scenarios for conventions, I began posting them on my website. At GenConUK, I wasn’t writing scenarios for myself; I had to write them so others could run them. The perfectionist in me would take pride in trying to make things look like the actual books. I would hunt down the correct fonts and any […]

Random Encounter

Unexpectedly, I find myself having to familiarise myself with Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition (a.k.a. just Fifth Edition or 5e, because apparently there are no other game systems in existence). Not something I expected to have to learn, let alone at a rapid pace! In case you are wondering why? It’s under an NDA. So…

RPGs for Kids #1: Hero Kids

The first kids’ RPG I purchased to run for my kids was Justin Halliday’s Hero Kids. Ironically, for someone who isn’t all that keen on dungeon crawls, this is very much structured around dungeon crawl style encounters. As such, the game revolves around moving your paper miniature across a map and fighting monsters until you reach the end of the […]