Planning

Diagram of adventure writing

Jason Paul McCartan at OSR Today wrote a short link to an article from a site called RPG Knights that alleges to give advice for how to design adventures. Unfortunately, it’s really […]

Child sitting in their own imagination

Tabletop Role Playing Games (RPG) occur in the mind.  Sure, there are dice and pencils, character sheets and players but the action that is described is meant to ignite our […]

Planning to be Flexible

One of the most daunting things that new GM’s have to come to terms with is the ability to handle the unexpected little things (or huge things) that the players […]

Space.

Sci-fi games offer so many possibilities for adventure where do you even start to look at them?  I am always on the lookout for a good hook or space idea […]

Teaching's Big Break

Well, yesterday was the last day at my “big” job of teaching until 28 January 2014.  I now have some time to myself to get all those jobs done that […]

Modern Day Adventure

I am sitting here wondering if I were to turn any modern day setting into a role playing game what would it be?  What is so interesting to me in […]