Monthly Archives: May 2015

Post LARP post

By | 26th May 2015

Well i’m sure you’ll have noticed that all’s been quiet on the Red Dice blogging front for the past few days; that’s because i’ve been indulging in the other aspect of the roleplaying hobby that I enjoy, namely LARP. For those of you who may not be aware of LARP (or LRP as it’s sometime’s… Read More »

Writing a Werewolf Downtime

By | 21st May 2015

One of the things that appeals to me about version 2 of the NWOD Werewolf: the Forsaken is that the emphasis of the game has been placed squarely back on the hunt, something that i’ve always seen as being essential to the werewolf mythos, after all what’s the point in RPing someone who turns into a… Read More »

Mythic Gods & Monsters

By | 20th May 2015

A guidebook for game masters on how to create mythic gods and mythic monsters that meddle in the lives of the player characters. This book makes filling out a pantheon with unique and interesting gods fast and easy. It then arms GMs with the tool to make mythic monsters to challenge PCs with. Just a… Read More »

Spider and Me Are Mates

By | 20th May 2015

Played in a small one-shot tonight ran by Ian F. White that was based in a version of the Mad Max apocalyptic future; had great fun despite numerous technical problems at my end (halfway through my powerline adaptors lost their link to each other so I lost connection for a while and had to get… Read More »

Fate Core Character – Sebastian Crow

By | 19th May 2015

Playing in a Mad Max inspired Fate Core one-shot this evening hosted by Ian F. White, very much looking forward to it. We were given the following background info (please note I didn’t write the background info it was provided to us by Ian F. White the host of the game): Relevant points in my… Read More »

Jadepunk campaign newsletters now available

By | 18th May 2015

I’ve always been a huge fan as a GM in creating newsletters and things like that for games, I think it’s a great way of giving your players a wider view of the world and a sense of scope that things are occurring outside their own little bubble, this is great because it gives a… Read More »