Entromancy

Hey everyone. It's been a little quiet around here. That's because I've been working with my friend M.S. Farzan on a table top role playing adaptation of his book Entromancy. The core rules are complete. We are still play testing and tweaking a few items here and there though. At this point we are looking... Continue Reading →

The Desert Temple

No one in the region has any memory of a ruined temple in the Calim desert, and for good reason. It is home to a Lamia and anyone unfortunate enough to stumble upon this desert home has become part of the Lamia's slave army. The Lamia is not only opportunistic but it collects additional slaves... Continue Reading →

The Road to Unity

This is the first adventure that I wrote as a pitch for publication. This was a little over 3 years ago. I've learned a lot since then but I'm happy with the way this one turned out. If you look at the encounter tables you may be like, woah? That seems a little imbalanced. Well,... Continue Reading →

Table Top RPG Developers Guild

I think I've discovered a bit of a problem on the internet the last few months. I've been trying to find a good discord┬ácommunity for Table Top RPG Developers. There are a ton of great centralized resources for video game developers to gather and share trade secrets, such as the Game Developers League but places... Continue Reading →

The Second Rule: Entitlement of Fun

Everyone is entitled to their opinion of what is fun. Everyone is entitled to seek out their version of fun in a roleplaying game. Everyone is NOT entitled to inflict their brand of fun on other players at the table if the consensus is Player X's variant of fun, isn't really all that fun. Look,... Continue Reading →

The First Rule of D&D

Have fun. This rule doesn't apply to just D&D. This rule applies to all pen and paper, or tabletop, RPGs. I'd go so far as to say it should apply to most things in life but there are times to be serious too. Let's not forget these are games. That's what they are for. Sure... Continue Reading →

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