Continued planning for my current Midderlands Game Anyone who knows me will be aware that I’ve fallen heavily for the OSR side of the Force (it even replacing my once-beloved Fate in my affections). I’m also much enamoured when people talk about how they’ve run D&D for a million-years in the same campaign setting – […]
In this episode I ask a question about magic items, how do your players find out what they do?
In this episode I talk a little bit about Cody M’s excellent Barrowmaze game, run using the Delving Deeper retroclone.
In this episode I give my thoughts on the Stygian Library supplement I used recently in my Midderlands game, and received a call from Cody M.
In the fifth session of our Midderlands campaign, our heroes head into the foul depths of the sewers below Bishopsgate, seeking the lost love of Lieutenant Richard Uffington, but they find more than they bargained for in the fetid deeps. You can watch the edited version on Youtube: Or if you want the uncut version, […]
In the fourth episode of our #CSIMidderlands game, our four heroes continue their exploration of the Stygian Library. Music is Hidden Truth by Rael Krux, used under Public Domain licence, check out their site at: https://www.orchestralis.net/#/
In the third episode of our #CSIMidderlands game, our four heroes explore the Stygian library, attempting to unravel the cause of the laughing plague. Music is Hidden Truth by Rael Krux, used under Public Domain licence, check out their site at: https://www.orchestralis.net/#/
Here’s our latest batch of RPGaDay podcast episodes: Day 7: Familiar Day 8: Obscure Day 9: Critical Day 10: Focus Day 11: Examine Day 12: Friendship
In this bonus episode I answer some voicemails that I’ve received recently, thanks very much to everyone who left me messages, I really enjoy listening and responding to them.
In this episode of the podcast I get a few things off my chest concerning the recent “controversy” about the LOTFP GenCon catalogue cover image. Please note: I don’t find the image particularly offensive, however, nor am I surprised that some people do, so if you’re expecting me to be lighting any torches or condemning […]