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Gaming Catch-Up

Not wanting to fall too far behind on my gaming writeups, I’ll do a quick summary post: Wednesday game: We played Time Quest, my Goblin Quest time-travel hack, and it was a lot of fun and resulted in a lot … Continue reading

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2 New Game Hacks

Last week, I stealthily released two new game hacks for Epyllion! The Moon Mage, a compendium class for Dungeon World to let you play using Epyllion’s Moon Magic. I made this for a possible CC to be used in our … Continue reading

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Orccon 2015 Roundup

I went to Strategicon over Presidents Day weekend, and did some gaming! I brought a friend and fellow gamer along with me, who played in most of the games I participated in (this was his first larger convention, so it … Continue reading

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Dungeon World and the Slave Pits of Drazhu

There is an excellent Dungeon World one-shot by Jason Morningstar called The Slave Pit of Drazhu. It’s designed to run in about 2 hours, which makes it a perfect choice for demo games and for running during D&D Encounters at … Continue reading

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When the Planarch Vault Went Wrong

This writeup is an example of what can occur when you "play to find out what happens." I ran a game of Dungeon World this weekend while visiting my family. We had originally planned to play a lighthearted game with … Continue reading

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