Monthly Archives: April 2010

Old Adventurers

In a little over a month, I will turn 30. It’s a major milestone year for me; I’ll be ending my time in the Army, some major changes are going on in my personal life, etc. Frankly, I’m looking forward … Continue reading

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Parallel Design– Choose Your Own Psionic Nazi Slaver Dwarves

Parallel design fascinates me. The old saying (is it a Bible reference?), “There’s nothing new under the sun,” apparently also applies to the Underdark, and crosses editions of Dungeons and Dragons. In my previous post about the Iron Dwarves, I … Continue reading

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Six Tropes, Under the Gods, Indivisible…

This blog is becoming a really great help for me fleshing out my own game world. It is a by-product, to be sure, but it’s still happening. When I wrote this post, I realized that linking setting elements in a … Continue reading

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Wil Wheaton Said It Best…Don’t Be A Dick

I’m a big fan of Wil Wheaton. Aside from the fact that I grew up watching Star Trek: The Next Generation with my mom who was an unashamed Trekkie, and the fact that Wesley was just enough older than me … Continue reading

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Sandbox Path? Adventure Box? Part I

I am an unabashed Paizo fanboy. I have been since the first volume of Rise of the Runelords was in my hot little hands. I’ve been a Paizo subscriber since the company was formed, in fact. I feel a lot … Continue reading

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