Tuesday I had a rather random thought. Running a table top role playing game holds a lot of similarities with pastoring.
I’m a geek. I love technology, especially communications technology. So, any time I’m dealing with geeky stuff it’ll show up here. As my geekiness is linked to my pastoral call, however, this stuff will often be found elsewhere.
I’ve been playing TTRPG’s again for not even two years, my collection of games has grown.
Just Add An Apple
Whenever a new player joins the group, it’s always a fun challenge to create a narrative reason for their character to appear.
I explored narrating an encounter in-between sessions.
Review Lands of Legends-Mundane Areas/Encounters
One of the things with which GM’s will sometimes struggle is creating decent story hooks to launch players into their adventures. This is where Lands of Legends-Mundane Areas/Encounters, by Axian Spice, offers some help.
Basic Fantasy RPG—A DM Tales Review
When I jumped back into the D&D scene after a couple of decades away, things were… different. This wasn’t unexpected, I was three and a half editions removed from the last books I collected, but it also made me wonder about old school play—where some of the elements I remembered were still being used.