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Game Day: Of Death and Polearms

Sun, 25 Sep 2016 19:37:59 +0000

After a few months of talking about the game, my monthly Saturday gaming group decided to give D&D 5th Edition a try. Rather than run a playtest campaign like the Blackrazors, our dungeon master is running us through a series of combat encounters at different levels. This lets everyone get a feel for the combat-centric rules and helps the DM get experience with encounter design.




Fitness Update, Fall 2016

Sun, 25 Sep 2016 02:42:40 +0000

I'm now paying to get my ass kicked.

After nine months of working out on my own, I reached the plateau that I knew I'd reach. I was walking a few miles a day, running 3-5 miles a couple days a week, and doing the occasional stretching exercises in the morning. I've been slowly improving my run times -- my best mile is 8'42" on the indoor track, my best 3 miles is 30 minutes with an average 9'57 pace.

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Top of the Pile: Battleworld!

Wed, 21 Sep 2016 12:20:40 +0000

The Marvel comic book multiverse collapsed in upon itself in Summer 2015. As the various worlds ended, a new one was forged by its all-powerful god, Doctor Doom. This new world -- Battleworld -- drove a summer's worth of of spin-off stories as Marvel cancelled every one of their regular books and replaced them with a series of quasi-sequel limited series.




Game Day: Updates from the Frontier

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 02:27:53 +0000

It's a funny thing to sit down to write your next adventure in a campaign and realize that somewhere along the line it went from "campaign" to "long-running campaign".

That's what happened with Obsidian Frontier, a sandbox-style campaign set in the World of Greyhawk. We launched it as a playtest campaign for D&D 5th Edition in October 2014. Two years and thirty-four sessions later, the playtest is still running, and the campaign's still going.




RPG Video Shows, Streams & Resources

Sat, 17 Sep 2016 00:32:16 +0000

Live video streams and vidcasts are the big thing in role-playing games right now. Combined with the throwback Netflix series Stranger Things and the 80s-infused gamer novel Ready Player One the shows have helped produce a resurgence of Dungeons & Dragons and other RPGs.




Game Day: Back to the Borderlands

Sun, 11 Sep 2016 13:49:54 +0000

As I wrote last week, the Blackrazors and their children will be running through the venerable module B2: The Keep on the Borderlands as part of our D&D Kids campaign. We're playing D&D 5th Edition, and are running a version of the module updated for that edition.




Off the Bookshelf: Early Summer Reading

Sun, 11 Sep 2016 03:20:44 +0000

My summer reading list for 2016 kicked off Memorial Day weekend with a combination of military SF, space opera, and fantasy. The following books were read in late May and June, and did a good job of priming my brain for the heavy reading days in July and August.




Questing for RPG Podcasts

Thu, 08 Sep 2016 12:24:39 +0000

It's time to hit play again. After a summer spent listening to novels, I've burned through my reserve of audio books. While my queue at Audible slowly refills, I'm looking for podcasts to listen to.

My intent is to listen to one or two podcasts a week during my morning workouts -- a far cry from the days when I'd listen to that many just driving to work -- but enough to keep somewhat current with the scene and provide intermissions from audio books.




Game Day: The Next Generation

Sun, 04 Sep 2016 13:37:45 +0000

The next generation of Blackrazor Guilders have strapped on their fathers' swords, sat down at the gaming table, and begun slinging dice. We have three kids (two boys, one girl) in the immediate group who want to play, and we have two of my son's friends (both boys) who are also eager to start casting spells and slaying monsters.




Experimenting with Evernote alternatives

Sat, 03 Sep 2016 19:35:35 +0000

Earlier in the summer Evernote limited their free service to only allow syncing between two devices. This severely hampered my Home Mac/Work Mac/iPad/iPhone workflow, and led me to try some other services: Google Keep and SimpleNote.

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