You might be surprised to learn that the thatch-roofed cottage you always pictured your D&D peasants living in was actually the height of luxury. But it was, until a lucky break happened in the form of a terrible plague.
Everyone forgets. But sometimes, forgetting is absolutely terrible. Like if you’re a nuclear physicist. Or if you can’t remember where to find new episodes of The GM Word of the Week every Friday.
It’s important to be precise. Even when dealing with imprecise things. Like faith and spirituality. Otherwise, you might clap at the wrong prayer and that would be terrible.
If you can stir yourself out of your post Thanksgiving food coma, why not enjoy some of our Word of the Week leftovers with our second Lost Episode!
It’s funny how things can grow out of practically nothing. Like how a massive cave can grow from a bunch of dead mollusks. Or jagged mineral growths can grow from a few drops of water. Or how an amazing podcast can grow out of a hundred word blog post nobody read.
As gamers, we don’t often think of the terrain as alive, except when the furniture is trying to kill us. But lakes, rivers, and wetlands have surprising life cycles. And they also make wonderful homes for the mysterious ghostly lights called ignus fatuus.
In 1983, Laura and Tracy Hickman reinvented vampires into something fresh, new, and different. It’s too bad they were a century too late.
The tundra is one of the youngest and harshest biomes on Earth. And it is home to one of the most misunderstood rodents on Earth. Lemmings are neither suicidal nor stupid. And the misunderstanding is NOT Disney’s fault.