I’m in a new weekly podcast! With Brian “Fiddleback” Casey! We babble pointlessly! Check it out!
Everything in D&D is marked in 5-foot squares. So it makes sense that the whole game is meant to be played on a grid. But everything is also marked out in minutes and seconds and hours. Where’s the grid for time. That’s a weird question, I know. But answering it leads to a powerful tool.
Surprise! I played in a session of Jim McClure’s new RPG: Satanic Panic. And we recorded it. And I’m letting you listen! Enjoy.
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.
Adam and Jared of the Stories of the Fifth Age podcast at the Mad Adventurers Society asked me to talk about making custom backgrounds in D&D 5E.
Those dumba&$es at The Happy Jacks RPG Podcast apparently decided they needed to alienate their listener base by having me as a guest host. Go check out Season 16, Episode 8, where I join Stu and Kimi and Spork and Tim.
Traps suck in D&D. They just do. Which is a shame, because everyone feels like they have to use them. So, if you must have traps, here’s how to make them suck less. BONUS: As a result of a poop, you also get a proposed experimental way to change the rules.