This article is about basic probability, dice, and statistics in D&D and other RPGs. I love this s$&% and I think it’s important and useful to understand. So, let’s use math to answer some questions about dice rolling in RPGs. Or not. Next week, I’m back to talking about NPCs, so you can skip this one if you want.
Surprise! At GenCon, Jim McClure made me play his new game about samurai killing each other. And we recorded it. And you can listen to it. Lucky you.
Want to know what I’ve been up to for the last week? I was at GenCon! And here’s a whole bunch of stuff about what went on there. Pictures, videos, very personal inspirational stories, me in a dress, and so on.
Want to see me in a miniskirt and an magical anime schoolgirl costume at GenCon? I won’t judge you. That seems pretty f$&%ed up to me. But fine, if you want it, you’re going to have to show some generosity. Support the Angry Jupiter Crashes GenCon charity drive and do some good.
Well, it happened again. Another week on Twitter, another fight about why metagaming is bulls&$%. But what is metagaming? And why is it a waste of time to worry about it? Well, I’ll f$&%ing tell you.
A brief explanation of where the hell I’ve been and what’s happening.
I know you should never give an opinion about an ex- in a public forum, but it’s been six years now since I broke up with 4th Edition and it’s time to talk about why our relationship had to end.
In this second Ask Angry Superblitz, I’m going to answer two questions that just keep coming up pertaining to GenCon. I’m also going to take off my mask and talk about my experiences with the geek community, judgement, and Sailor Moon.