I came to D&D Third Edition quite late. It is strange but however much you enjoy something, on occasion you don’t get around to it and D&D became a bit like that for me. Bringing up my step-daughter and keeping my former wife in the manner she was accustomed to
As a GM, the fantasy creatures you add to your gaming sessions are your characters and for this reason probably the most important aspect of the game as well as the one that can give you the most pleasure. In practice and as a player, I’ve seen even the best
I recently put up a post about roleplaying names and talked about online name generators without going into depth. I thought I’d share with you some links I use and some I’ve found that are all based around historical cultures or their meaning. Name Generators with History and Meaning Behind
Here are some more name generators in the context of my recent article about roleplaying names. This time I have collected together those with a fantasy theme. The Bards Tales appears to be very popular and therefore should feature in my list. I however am not a huge fan. Whilst
All the recent articles I have posted about wizards and magic have got me around to thinking about the mechanics of fantasy magic and its attributes. All campaign worlds need some kind of magic, some way of harnessing power to allow for the characters and NPC’s to rise above the
Fantasy weapons should be the core of a combat based fantasy role playing system game like D&D but is this truly the case? All characters from the mighty front rank warrior to the timid, bookish spell caster carry something to beat, stab or slash their foes with even if only
Plastic soldiers have been around since the 1970’s but in recent years their role and place in the miniatures market has changed significantly. This first part of a two part discussion looks at the impact and some future consequences of plastic miniatures in the fantasy gaming market.