Roleplaying games can get pretty busted, pretty quickly. Sometimes you need to put boundaries when players decide to put together their characters. The good folks over at Mann Shorts bravely show what happens when you open those homebrew gates to players.
Woah Woah Woah, you might be saying to yourself. Yes, all three of you who read my blog (Editor’s Note – I appreciate you). Aren’t you skipping a few episodes? (Editor here again – should these be sessions rather than episodes? Chapters maybe?)
To answer your question, yes. Yes, I am. I had wanted to keep a few in the tank so I could have somewhat constant content on here. But as you can see by the gap between posts, that is sooooo not the case. Therefore, rather than being clever, I’m being current.
However, to maintain some degree of consistency let’s touch on a few things and get you up to speed. Here’s the Rise of the Runelords recap for
Episode Sessions Chapters 41-44:
The Saviors of Sandpoint come across a few bodies, some warmer than others, that leads down a hero’s dark past.
The Saviors of Sandpoint return home, only to find that some old foes don’t know when to stay away.
Just when they thought it was safe to get a night’s rest, the Saviors of Sandpoint find that they don’t need to go looking for trouble. Trouble will find them.
If you thought stone giants were bad, try dealing with an ancient clockwork dragon running a simple two-step program:
Step 1: Destroy Everything.
Step 2: If everything is not destroyed, repeat Step 1.
With that all out of the way, brace yourself for Rise of the Runelords Episode 45 – Death to Heroes and Villains!
The Saviors of Sandpoint faced stone giants, dire bears, and robot dragons. But to save their town, they will have to defeat a kingdom-destroying villain from a hero’s past. To do that, they’ll have to give everything.
Spoilers: That’s just what one of the heroes does.
These days, folks tend to run their tabletop RPG maps in a digital format. Maybe they’re playing over Roll20, or they have a TV or giant monitor that they use to project their maps. But what does one do when they have a map so big, so epic, that it simply cannot be contained on a screen?
The Miniature Mash-Up Youtube channel just may have the answer you’re looking for. Inexpensive, practical, and quick to put together!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… the end of it. At least, when it comes to this year – 2020 hasn’t been as fantastic as some may have thought. Sure the tabletop crew thought 2020 meant Double Crits y’all. Who knew it meant double crits against us.
Speaking of cosmic forces laying waste to humanity, Tulok the Barbarian created a build for the Mad Titan himself, Thanos. This build was for Dungeons and Dragons 5e, but it’s easy enough to use the flavor and mechanics for this and turn this into a Pathfinder build. Something for everyone! Perfectly balanced, as all things should be…
So join me, won’t you, and celebrate the end of 2020 with a snap of the fingers.