It had to happen sooner or later, I’ve started thinking about running a second campaign and my mind has turned in the direction of Swords & Sorcery.Continue reading “Swords & Sorcery Game”
In this episode Hannah and myself are joined by our friend David Mills to chat about a recent game we played in.Continue reading “The Tale of Steve the Shark”
In this Friend or Foe Friday episode Hannah and myself are talking about the centaur-like creatures known as the Wemic.Continue reading “Wemics”
In this episode we’re discussing a monster I recently stumbled across whilst flipping through my Old School Essentials Classic Monster book, the Devil Swine.Continue reading “Devil Swine”
Inspired by a number of call ins and suggestions from our listeners myself and Hannah recently (re)watched the 1982 fantasy cheese-fest Beastmaster, after watching it we thought it’d be cool to do an episode discussing animal companions in RPGs.Continue reading “Animal Companions”
In this episode, I’m getting a few things off my chest as myself and Hannah muse about problems in games and ways that they can be avoided or dealt with.
In this episode we’re talking about castles and some of the things you need to think about when you’re using them in games:Continue reading “Castles”
A Happy New Year to you all, as we kick off 2020 with Season 3 of the Red Dice Diaries Anchorcast we’re Overjoyed to See RPGs, I’m excited to talk about my plans for creating a Colonial Blackpowder D&D campaign setting in 2020.
This idea was inspired by ChicagoWiz’s excellent podcast and blog: https://chgowiz-games.blogspot.com/
I also talk about the workbook 30 Days of Worldbuilding written by Angeline Trevena.
The book is available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Days-Worldbuilding-Step-Step-Fictional/dp/1677313129
You can also check out the author’s website: https://www.angelinetrevina.co.uk
Have an opinion or thoughts on this topic? Leave us a voicemail at: https://anchor.fm/the-red-dice-diaries/message
Theme tune is Exotica by Juanitos, used under Public Domain licence.
It’s the last episode of 2019, and in this Oxidised Schwifty Resonator voicemail episode of the Red Dice Diaries, Barney from Loco Ludus is kind enough to leave me some messages concerning my recent musings on the treatment of prehistoric man in D&D and various retroclones, we have some well-wishes and interesting points of discussion.
In this Obvious Simian Rebellion episode of the Red Dice Diaries podcast I muse a bit about the subject of our primitive ancestors (as represented in D&D and various retroclones) and ponder how they’d cope with being throwing into the mix with modern day humans.