My masterpiece is complete.
MTG players should recognize this.
I love putting these guys in my control decks, they've saved me a million times. Especially in multiplayer.
I'd just returned home from an exhausted high of running a D&D game with my friends. Within a few messages of getting back onto Skype I somehow got involved another game.
[18-06-2015 23:49:10] mAc Chaos: I was also thinking of doing a quick one-shot type game, maybe like 3 hours long, in 5th edition, where I could experiment with having players make characters using rolls instead of point buy, because every game I ever ran always used point buy.
[18-06-2015 23:49:10] mAc Chaos: I'm curious
Updated September 2nd, 2015 at 10:06 PM by mAc Chaos
I wrote something about RPG systems, so I figured I might as well post it here too.
There are three broad categories of RPGs. I'm not talking about genres, like horror or fantasy, but of the mechanics at play in the game. There's traditional games like Dungeons and Dragons, Storygames like FATE, and Forge games like Dogs in the Vineyard.
Traditional: this is the most well known kind of RPG, and what most people think of when you talk about RPGs. It's simulationist,
Updated January 31st, 2015 at 05:40 PM by mAc Chaos
do i dare write about my first ever D&D sessions from last week