Lost Citadel Magic: Wizard and Sorcerer Archetypes

Green Ronin is holding a talent search for their new setting. Dark fantasy settings are something that have always intrigued me and I found myself coming up with these before reading the fine print. And so, I share what would have been part of my submission with you. This also marks a change on the blog, as I am going to try to write more for … Continue reading Lost Citadel Magic: Wizard and Sorcerer Archetypes

Round Table 112 – D&D Movie, N-Space, and the RPG Business

This is must listening material for anyone interested in breaking into the RPG business. A new episode of my podcast, The Round Table, is up on The Tome Show’s website. I sit down with Alex Basso, Rudy Basso, and Greg Blair to discuss Rob Letterman being named director of the Dungeons … Source: Round Table 112 – D&D Movie, N-Space, and the RPG Business Part 2 of the conversation took place on … Continue reading Round Table 112 – D&D Movie, N-Space, and the RPG Business

A Fifth Path: Pathfinder Unchained

As I shared previously, there is a lot of potential to bring forth Pathfinder material into a 5th Edition D&D game. Often times, this comes with minimal work on the GM’s part and could add a good deal of variety for GMs and players that may already have a lot of systems mastery. Even though Pathfinder Unchained was meant to correct issues with the current … Continue reading A Fifth Path: Pathfinder Unchained

Chocolate in the Peanut Butter: Pathfinder in 5E

There are many similarities between Pathfinder D&D 5E. It is not only because they are both d20-based games but also of their shared heritage and analogous method of determining success. Having played through Hoard of the Dragon Queen and a good portion of The Rise of Tiamat, and given 5E’s very small product catalogue, there are a number of Paizo products that provide interesting options for gameplay and … Continue reading Chocolate in the Peanut Butter: Pathfinder in 5E