It’s been awhile since we’ve seen the crew, eh? Just a mini-mini recap of the goings-on of 32: Ty’s gifts are distributed to the Pack with special powers imbued in them from Aisha, Jake tries to give Aisha the deed to the Dominion bar (that her bio-ma and step-daddy) owned. Eva’s on the run, Greg’s…

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      Tell me my altitudinous friend, when you look at the world around you what do you see? When you step forth from this shady inn what land will lay its path before your feet? You may think it something already determined, but it be quite the contrary. At this moment outside is nothing until…

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I know it’s been a minute since I’ve posted, I’ve been busy with life in general, but now that it’s summer and there are almost no students on the campus that I work on, hopefully I’ll be able to keep this series a little more lively. This week’s installment is about the space that gamers…

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Title: Rifts Developer: Palladium Books Platform(s): Tabletop RPG Release Date(s):1990 – Present Genre: Sci-fi/Fantasy Players: As many as a GM can emotionally handle. Kid Friendly Rating: Perhaps 10, if rules are kept light and the appropriate setting is used. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and After the Bomb could be a fun setting considering the relevance of the characters even today….

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Title: World of Darkness Developer: White Wolf (older) or Onyx Path (current) depending on which book you buy Platform(s): Tabletop RPG Release Date(s):1991 – Present Genre: Sci-fi/Supernatural/Real-World Players: As many as a GM can emotionally handle. Kid Friendly Rating: Perhaps 15+, this is completely dependent on the storyteller. This is a more adult series for sure, just look at the…

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As I mentioned in Part I of my contribution to this series.  I’ve been a part of a regular gamin group for about the past 4-5 years.  In our group, we take turns running games for the others and everyone gets a pretty good amount of play time and running time thus allowing everyone to…

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Allow me to start off this particular series of mine with a big, ole disclaimer:  I am not a psychologist.  I don’t have any kind of degree in psychology, though I have taken a few classes over the years and have plenty of friends with psychology degrees.  I have a BA in English, focusing on…

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OK, I may date myself here, but raise your hand if you remember Yahoo’s Chat Rooms? Let’s go back 10, hell maybe even 15 years ago.  Somehow, I stumbled across Yahoo chat rooms, and landed myself in a chat room named “Billys” Tavern (Actual name not remembered, other than Tavern).  I was in high school,…

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Mary Sue – originally a term meant to indicate a self-insertion character; a character that embodies the author’s ideal self-expression. I started this article with the above definition intentionally because I am going to destroy it.   One of the things we talk about in roleplaying games is the idea of immersion; that is, the…

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