Monthly Archives: October 2011

Heroic Undercutters

A recent comment by GMSarli resulted in me recalling an old segment from The Tom Green Show, which is a reference that I know dates me quite a bit. After reading his comment, included below, I immediately thought of Undercutters Pizza.  What is … Continue reading

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Ego Check: Tracy Barnett, Designer of Sand & Steam

Welcome to another installment in the Ego Check interview series. One of the interesting things about running this site is the opportunity to meet new people doing creative things in the roleplaying-game universe. Last month, I was contacted by Tracy Barnett, … Continue reading

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Scarcity! When The Loot’s All Gone But You Must Go On, It’s Scarcity.

The title is much more effective if you start singing Tragedy by Bee Gees. And you are quite welcome since the song will likely stay in your mind for the better portion of the day! The good folks that brew and … Continue reading

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Ego Check: Andy Aiken, Creator of Masterplan

When I returned to the saddle for my first DM session in over 15 years, I was more than a bit anxious about the endeavor. I have previously discussed preparing music for the campaign and buying terrain to add bells … Continue reading

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The Prisoner’s Dilemma

A couple of recent events influenced the direction of this article. First, I was summoned for jury duty last month. It was the first time I attended a jury summons; I previously found a way to delay the summons and since I’ve … Continue reading

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No Assembly Required – Aurora Izel

Last month, I introduced a new monthly column I am contributing to This Is My Game. The column, No Assembly Required, features a monster that can be inserted into a Dungeon & Dragons 4th Edition campaign. Each monster in the series … Continue reading

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