Hey all, just gonna run through the quick lil disclaimer and mini mini recap of last session’s roleplaying fun before hopping into Episode 34: Self Actualization 101, where the crew try to Make America Game Again! First off, this shit ain’t fo’yo’kids, so if you wanna step up and think you can throw fisticuffs, cashme…

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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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So here we head into the final 4 episodes before the newest one airs in what will be just over an hour in your time… unless of course you’re reading this later on, and then I’m speaking from the distant past. *owooooooowooohhhh spooky* No, you’re not free of these recaps, but I will tell you,…

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*INSERT STANDARD OPENING* Wait, if this is your first time here, you might want to back up. Not sure how you tripped onto this part before all the others, but dude, seriously, head back to the start and work your way up here. This will be a lot easier to follow if you do. Oh…

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Epi 9-14… no, I’m only going to 12, because 13 might just get its own recap it is so epic. Okay, so if you’re just tuning into these recaps, I’m gonna send you back and make you do it properly. Start with Epi’s 1-3 and then 4-8. And as usual, this not for the little…

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Since these come up repeatedly for everyone, I’m gonna take this article and explain a bit about the different words you’re going to hear. First two: Successes and Botches. Yes, there are going to be “blanks” as well, but Successes and Botches are HUGELY important for the entire game. See, successes are just how they…

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My six-year-old has been playing World of Warcraft here and there for the past year. She’s just learning to read and comprehend movement and fight mechanics. She loves her druid and all of the animals she can turn in to and recently started a worgen that she got to level five all on her own…

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This post does make brief and mild mentions of sexual themes, drugs and violence in films. Parental guidance is advised. The recent referendum in the UK was about whether to stay in an organisation which attempted to unite Europe. It was seen as an attempt to join together a continent ravaged by two world wars….

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I am a new blogger for this wonderful website. My name is Lewis. I am a geek as you likely guessed from the fact I am blogging here. I very much enjoy D&D and other RPGs, I also have a keen interest in science, reading and general gaming. I will likely be posting D&D how…

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Okay, I’ll admit, I have hopped off of the World of Warcraft train.  But I’ll save that for an entirely different post.  In my urge to play an MMORPG, I have been exploring Free To Play Options, ranging from Perfect World Entertainment, Felspire, and a few other browser type games that I didn’t stick with….

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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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Hearld, an Interactive Drama I came across Heard and Wispfire studios when Nick Witsel the Narrative Designer and Producer of Herald began following me on Twitter. Admittedly, I brushed the game off because I was so busy with other games from bigger AAA developers and publishers. Herald frequently came up in discussions about games embracing…

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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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I have been tabletop role-playing since I was 14 years old. Now at almost 30 (BOO!), it is something that has become second nature to me. I love creating characters, building personalities, and becoming a different person. For many this is something that is foreign and might seem silly, but to a great many of…

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