Roleplaying Flow Chart
According to two different fonts today’s Dungeon Master Day on account of Gary Gygax decease four years ago, on March 4, 2008. I have never been a DM myself but I’ve had great ones (and a couple of so-so ones too that also provided good memories). However, I am one hell of a player so…
This is me back in early 2010, when I still had bangs and wore braids, choosing a miniature for the campaign and puffing my cheeks like a blowfish because it helps me concentrate (photo by Himiko). I played a childish half-eld druid names Horo.
Have a great gaming day/night!
(and ignore the drumming)
April Fool’s Day 2006: Wizards of the Coast publishes a Design & Development announcement about joining Habro’s My Little Pony franchise to create an RPG “for mothers and daughters”.
Despite being no more than a jape for the company, it was only natural that the idea sprouted in the minds of many creative gamers. The favorable reception of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and the creation of certain world-building canons only furthered the interest in a possible crossover. Back then, My Little Pony was in its third generation but it is the present one, the fourth, that has built a solid fandom.
Click for examples, links and an easily playable system for children.
From IDW Publishing Dungeons and Dragons comic.
The humor reminds me of the Geralt of Rivia series. Geralt himself is a sharp-tongued badass.
Apparently in 4.0 D&D you can play a Corgi faerie. That’s pretty adorable.
I need more D&D in my life now.
This is what a failed Diplomacy check looks like.
This is what every D&D party looks like.