I would say they’re the Myers-Briggs charts of memes, but Myers-Briggs charts are the Myers-Briggs charts of memes.
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Review of Low Stakes by Craig Campbell (Art by Ashley McCammon)
TTRPGs usually start with a founding fictional text they are trying to turn into gameplay.
The world is an unusual place full of unusual creatures. Anyone can have a pet tiger or wolf or even a big bat or small dinosaur. Only the most mundane people settle for such mundane companions on their adventures.
Starfinder: Soldier Fighting Styles
The following fighting style is available to soldiers in the Starfinder Roleplaying Game.
Review of The Anatomy of Adventure by M. T. Black
An easy-to-recommend handbook of practical scenario design blended with an indie writing career retrospective.
Virtual tabletops (VTTs) have become a fact of life in the tabletop gaming community during the global pandemic of 2020-2021.
Heel Turn Based RPGs: Plotting Your Campaign Like Professional Wrestling
If you’ve ever crafted a fictional world, dropped your player characters into it, and asked them “So what do you want to do?” you may have encountered blank stares. Your players may be paralyzed by choice. You may need to run a different style of campaign.
Cooking With the Cosmos
When you're a blind galley chef traveling the cosmos, the unfamiliar ingredients are only part of the equation.
An Interview with Logan Bonner
Lead Designer for Pathfinder at Paizo, Inc. Logan Bonner is an industry veteran. We asked Logan to share some thoughts about his career and his independent expansion for Pathfinder 2nd edition, The Pnoll: An Ancestry. Sita Duncan graciously provided Pnoll art for this piece. This interview has been edited for clarity. Question: Please introduce yourself… Continue reading An Interview with Logan Bonner