In this Flip Through Matt Takes a look at Tomb of Annihilation for Dungeons and Dragons. Tomb of Annihilation has a story rooted and inspired by Tomb of Horrors. I tried real hard not to spoil too much for you.
For me this book has been a trip down memory lane because Tomb of Horrors was one of my first gaming experiences
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In this episode of Role-Play Ramblings Matt talks with, his guest, Jason Hardy of Catalyst Game Labs about social tension and how it can be applied to role-playing. Filmed at Origins 2016 this is one of my favorite episodes of all time. This episode was inspired by the transgender bathroom debate that was socially prominent early in 2016. Jason and I don’t actually debate an issue here; we discuss how to apply an issue appropriately with your community.
This is a really great episode for thse who truly want to create an extremely rich game world. Thank you Jason Hardy for making this topic make perfect sense
I this episode of Role-Play Ramblings Matt Lemke shares his gaming experiences with problem players, some of them include the wallflower, philosopher, rules lawyer and even the instigator. This short message is for Role-players at all levels of experience, but is most beneficial for GM’s. These tips can be applied to any game system.
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Next episode (targeted for Thursday) is “Who’s Telling the Story”. Is it the GM’s Story or the players?
Special Thanks to Owen K.C. Sthephens and Ryan Hale for their extra input on this season. I also have to thank all of my backers for making this happen. I wouldn’t have had the drive to do this without their support!
In this flip Through Matt Takes a look at out of the Abyss. I’ve always been a fan of the underdark and I love the role reversal they do with this title. Most books are about delving into the darkeness, this one is about trying to run from it. There are so many good things about this book.
I think it’s one of the best written adventure guides I’ve ever read.