Dan talks about the art of making your players go ‘WTF’.
Once upon a time, a long, long, long time in the future, there will have been a… man? Sure. Let’s go with that. There will have been a man who, according to several sources, will sing the song that ends the world. His name is Koen, and on the day we meet him, he is…
Dan takes us on a little ride through Radio Free Hell in his Demon the Descent universe!
Dr. Charles Israel releases some much needed ‘research’ concerning the study of Vampirism in India.
Let’s talk about pets in RPGs. Whether it’s a wizard’s familiar, a ranger’s companion, a Rogue Trader’s gyrinx, or someone’s trained circus monkey during the zombie apocalypse, pets have long played an important role in many tabletop RPG’s. For some players, the idea of having an intelligent, exotic pet to accompany you in your adventures is all kinds of exciting- just like for many GM’s, the mere thought of having to keep track of a pet in addition to the PC’s is enough to drive them to drink.
Hello! I’m Doctor Charles Israel, taking a few moments out of my busy, busy schedule to give you a few gift ideas for the coming holiday! Whether you’re looking for a gift for your mother, wife, husband, children, or friends, I’ve got gifts that will make this holiday unforgettable!
When looking for your next summer binge watch, look no further than the reality TV show that was designed with the refined gamer in mind: The Quest
Most RPGs have some kind of magic system involved, from casting fireball to controlling psychic powers, and every system has its own idiosyncrasies. Read more for a breakdown of a few magic systems in popular RPGs and an analysis of why they worked (or didn’t) for Fandible.