• REVIEW: Rolled & Told Volume 2: Merrily We Roleplay Along

    REVIEW: Rolled & Told Volume 2: Merrily We Roleplay Along0

    Make a Wisdom [Perception] check to see what’s in store for Rolled & Told Volume 2. This amazing blend of one-shot adventures, comics, essays, art and playable characters is an excellent reference for anyone wanting to use homebrew content for their role playing games (RPG). As a player and a novice Games Master (GM), Rolled

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  • 10 Card Games to Try from Gen Con 50

    10 Card Games to Try from Gen Con 500

    • August 28, 2017

    Gen Con in Indianapolis, Indiana is known as the four best days in gaming. On August 19th through 20th, companies showcased their best new games to over 200,000 attendees at the 50th anniversary of the tabletop convention. Below is a list of ten new and exciting card games that were demoed, previewed, and sold at

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  • Mobile RPGs: A Necessary Experiment

    Mobile RPGs: A Necessary Experiment0

    A death foretold happened last week: my laptop, which I had bought pre-owned, died after approximately three years of use. I admit it, I might have played a big role in her demise. I put her through thousands of hours of more intensive gaming than she was built to handle. I know there is a

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  • Dystopic RPGs for Dystopic Times

    Dystopic RPGs for Dystopic Times0

    For at least the past couple of centuries, dystopian fiction has arisen time and again as a resource used by writers to criticize—and probably cope with—the society and circumstances of their times. The most brilliant works of this kind have emerged at the darkest moments in history, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that

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  • Remote Role-Playing: Keep the Dice Rolling

    Remote Role-Playing: Keep the Dice Rolling1

    • October 4, 2016

    My favorite kind of social event is a good role-playing session with friends, when we’re sitting around a messy table cluttered with books, maps, papers and dice, littered with snack wrappers and empty coffee mugs. But this idyllic kind of gatherings have become increasingly hard for me to arrange: as we grow up, schedules become

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  • Summer Glamour: Game Recommendations

    Summer Glamour: Game Recommendations0

    • August 29, 2016

    It’s late August, and for most of the writers and readers of WWAC, summer is almost coming to an end. It’s such a beautiful time of the year, with long afternoons fading into warm evenings, perfect for a good roleplaying session. One could say it’s almost magical.

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