The Angry GM provides RPG Advice with Attitude. Whether you call yourself a Dungeon Master, a Game Master, a Storyteller, a Keeper, Game Trustee, or Lord of the Game, and whatever your experience level, The Angry GM is pretty much the best damned resource for table-top role-playing game advice. As long as you don’t mind getting yelled at. See, The Angry GM doesn’t f$&% around. He’ll tell it like it is. And he doesn’t take a lot of crap. But whether you play D&D, Pathfinder, Savage Worlds, Dungeon World, OSR, or any other motherf$&%ing RPG ever, The Angry GM can help you run less worse games.
What will you find here?
How to F$&%ing GM: Here, new and experienced GMs alike can learn the ins and outs of how to just sit down and run a f$&%ing game. Or how to sit down and write a f$&%ing adventure. Or a f$&%ing campaign. Think of it as GMing 101 as taught by a furious drill sergeant who hates you.
Hack Your F$&%ing Game: Want to pick apart game rules and systems, add optional rules, or just tinker, futz, putter, and f$%& around with the nuts and bolts? Great. Settle in. Think of it as gaming mad science lead by the love child of Mr. Hyde and Dr. Frankenstein.
Random Bulls$%&: There’s a lot of philosophical, conceptual bulls$&% that goes into GMing. And this is the place to find rambling pontification about all sorts of gaming crap. Think of it as… I don’t know… something where someone talks about a lot of random game design theory, psychology, and literary analysis as taught by a more erudite Tasmanian Devil.
And There’s More: There’s videos where I swear at video games, a twice monthly interactive live-stream talk show, and a whole list of Stuff I Don’t Hate, which is like a gold mine of gaming resources I have personally decided are worthy of my not hatred.
About The Angry GM
The Angry GM is 27-year-veteran of the table-top RPG trenches. His primary passions include running D&D, swearing, killing PCs, killing players, running Pathfinder, trying new game systems, running Savage Worlds, nitpicking, criticizing, swearing, ripping systems apart, pretending he hates Dungeon World, actually hating “storygamers,” playing video games, and knitting. He is currently running D&D 5E and Pathfinder, but he runs A LOT of other things as well. So don’t think he’s just about the d20 s$&%. He’ll run anything and he’ll run it better than anyone else.
In real life, The Angry GM is called Scott Rehm by his friends and relatives, mainly because they refuse to call him “Angry” despite his insistence. He’s a 37-year-old small business accountant from Long Island, New York. Do you really give a s$&% about any of that?
About Big Jon Mosley
Jon Mosley is a comic and graphic artist form Long Island and a graduate of NYC’s School of Visual Arts. He is a long time victim of the Angry GM, playing in his home games for somewhere in the ballpark of 15 years. His major artistic influences are Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbs); Carl Barks (Scrooge/Donald Duck); Lewis Trondheim (Dungeon); and MANY retro video games (Mario, Mega Man, etc.). When he’s not chained to a drawing table, he likes to spend his time playing video games and watching Godzilla and Gamera films. He also has an unhealthy obsession with 80’s and 90’s sitcoms. I don’t know what else to say. The Angry GM said to be interesting. I have pet axolotls…is that interesting?