Hello all! Sorry for the delayed post this week, it was for a lot of reasons not least because my whole household has Covid.Continue reading “Cities of Khorvaire and August Hiatus”
I’m here with a special bonus post because I came across something important that lots of people need to see. Steph over at TTRPG Kids wrote up a post about safety tools for gaming with kids. This topic is important for every gaming table, and Steph does a great job of breaking it down for younger audiences.
If you haven’t thought of using safety tools with kids, this is your guide for doing so. Mostly, though, I think people are resistant to safety tools in general because it seems like a lot of work or like gaming groups won’t be able to do it productively. If little kids can do it, though, anyone can. Steph points out Consent in Gaming by Monte Cook Games which is a very excellent (and free!) resource and Steph does a great job of showing how to personalize it.
Anyways, this is just another reminder to use safety tools at your table and a shout out to Steph for a great summary.
The latest sourcebook for Star Trek Adventures brings the elements of Star Trek: Discovery into the official game. Specifically it covers the first two seasons (if you’ve seen the show you know why) and brings in materials that can easily translate into your original series era game or really any time. Let’s dive in and see what’s inside!Continue reading “Discovery Campaign Guide Review”
I’m here today with a long interview about a pretty terrific group of products. I’ve spoken with the folks at Weaponized Ink before and they’re back to talk about what’s new in the line. This prehistoric take on the World of Darkeness, specifically the Ice Age werewolves and Fera, is epic, imaginative, and fun. Let’s jump in!Continue reading “Interview with Latest Savage Age”