In this week’s Friend or Foe Friday we crack open the Castles & Crusades Classic Monsters & Treasures book and look at the Korred, a debauched relative of the Satyr.
It’s been a long day here at Red Dice Diaries, so I thought that–whilst Hannah is running her Star Trek game on my desktop upstairs–I’d offer some advice on running a game when your well of creativity has run dry or you’re feeling low in energy.
It’s bank holiday Monday here in the UK, and Hannah has some questions about what do to when players “go off the rails” or spin off into a random tanget.
In this week’s Friend or Foe Friday we take a look at a strange gemstone devouring creature from the elemental plane of earth.
There’s no voicemail episode this Thursday but Hannah and myself have been doing a test recording for a Youtube series where we’re going to talk about fantasy films and how you can take RPG inspiration from them, in this bonus episode we talk about some of our reactions to the first episode of the classic D&D cartoon series.
- Title Music: Fireworks by Alexander Nakarada (Public Domain)
- Show being Reviewed: Dungeons & Dragons (Cartoon Series)
- Produced by: Marvel Productions
- Originally released: September 1983 – December 1985
- No challenge intended to any copyrights past or present.
We’re halfway through the week, myself and Hannah have been watching some fantasy films and are chatting about our top ten fantasy movie clichés that can be used in RPG sessions.
It’s the start of brand new week, Johannes Paavola and myself are continuing our discussion about adapting the Scum & Villainy DT and mission system to work with our upcoming ICRPG Midderlands game:
It’s Wednesday and we’re offering some tips to make running your first session of a new system go a little smoother.
In this week’s Friend or Foe Friday–and our first episode dealing with this particular creature–we take a look at vampires, the aristocracy of the night, in D&D.
It’s Friday, Hannah and myself are combing through our D&D monster manuals to look at some less well known creatures and chatting about how you can use them in your game.
In this episode we take a look at the necromantic Living Wall.
Below are links to the media used in this episode and where you can find us online: