Unfortunately, during the last session of our Rose of Westhaven campaign a windows update related hitch meant that–whilst the players could hear me during the session–none of my audio actually made it onto the live-stream, obviously this is a bit of a problem for a game where an RPG where the GM does the scene-setting, describes… Read More »
For those of us involved in a certain sub-section of the online TT RPGing community, the approach of August can only mean one thing, it’s almost time for RPGaDay – that special time of year when numerous roleplayers dredge through their memories and strive to create a series of blog and video posts talking about… Read More »
In this RPG bugbears video I talk a little about a recent dilemma I’ve been musing on.
In this video tutorial–requested by Caius Wallen–I show how you can use Xsplit to create a Discord/Roll20 screen for recording or streaming TT RPG sessions online. This tutorial assumes you have basic knowledge of Discord, Xsplit and Roll20. In order you use this tutorial you will need a Discord account, a copy of Xsplit (the free… Read More »
We’ve recently wrapped up the Rebel Strike Trilogy, a linked series of three sessions using the FFG Age of Rebellion Star Wars rules set in my Adventures on the Outer Rim version of the Star Wars universe, I’m going to gather all of the material about it in this post. Cast Kaid-Sen: A dour sharpshooter working for the… Read More »
It may seem a little odd to do a teaser video for the campaign, after all we’re 3 sessions in to our 5E D&D Campaign with the fourth session taking place tomorrow, however I had some free time and wanted to make a short video hinting at some of the campaign worlds history, the battle… Read More »
Video Version Audio Version [iframe style=”border:none” src=”http://html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/4247688/height/100/width/480/thumbnail/no/render-playlist/no/theme/legacy” height=”100″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] In this episode we talk a little about the importance of being fair and maintaining consistency when it comes to the rules. Check out this episode!
John Drury has recently re-started his Youtube channel, now called Roll for Your Fate; as a fellow Fate-enthusiast he is continuing to put out some top-notch content for the Fate RPG. In one of his recent videos he does a Q&A for Fate, well worth a watch 🙂 Please note: This video was not created by… Read More »