Reaching for the Index Cards

I’ve used all manner of methods for storing campaign notes for games over the years, from tiddlywikis, to Obsidian Portal, to Bullet Journals, but when I need to jot down some notes quickly during a session I reach for a stack of my faith index cards. The cards are portable, easy to write on, can […]

My Prep Dilemna

As anyone who has gamed with me will tell you–when it comes to running RPGs–I like to do my prep, some people can pull off amazing sessions with little to no prep and that’s absolutely grand, more power to them, however, I’m not blessed with a particularly good memory so it buoys up my confidence […]

Moving 3Brothers D&D 5E Campaign Notes

Previously my 3Brothers campaign notes have been stored using Obsidian Portal, by and large I’ve found it easier and user-friendly to create the campaign wiki, etc in OP, however due to Google Hangouts seemingly eating up all of my bandwidth when I’m running a game using it (as most of my TT games are run […]

Skyless City Jadepunk Campaign Notes

Since my┬áSkyless City┬áJadepunk campaign has now come to a close I wanted to make all of the notes I made and used within the campaign available to people to have a look at so you can see how I prepare a campaign and in-case there is anything of use for people in there. A zip […]

Future Youtube Videos

* RPG BUGBEARS – Excessive searching and obsession with detail. * GM tips – Make sure your players understand the goal/aim of your game. * GM tips – accents & vocal mannerisms * Player tips – collaboration & selling * RPG Questions – Importance of maps * GM tips – The entirely improvised session * […]

Plot inspiration

When it comes to planning out roleplaying games, particularly if you’re running a long-term campaign then the search for inspiration is never-ending, after all, you don’t want your game to become stale and boring. For the past few days I’ve been updating my plot notes for my Jadepunk game Skyless City, and I’m always on […]

Notes from recent Tremulus game

I recently ran a session of the Tremulus RPG, a game using the ‘powered by the Apocalypse’ engine in a mythos horror setting (you can find a write-up of the session here – http://reddicediaries.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/ebon-eaves-tremulus-session.html) the game went really well despite having had minimal prep put into it; to show how little prep went into it i’ve put […]