Tag Archives: RPG

Kickstarter Alert: Megadungeon 4 Terrain Pages

Kickstarter Alert: Megadungeon 4 Terrain Pages

This last weekend, I attended the Free RPG Day event at my local gaming store. Sitting on the table among the other free giveaways was a small booklet from GamingPaper.com. It was a sample booklet of 8.5″ x 11″ terrain sheets that also provided a link to a new Kickstarter called Gaming Paper Megadungeon 4 – Rooftops and Alleyways. Read More

Improv is Resilient

Improv is Resilient

We all want the best for our kids. To be happy; To be smart; To be healthy; To be educated. The latest buzzword in parenting is “resilient”: we all want our kids to survive. Because in life, when you get knocked down, you need to get up again – swinging. But how do we instill resilience? What’s the magic potion that raises your survival stats +10? The answer may lie in improvisation. Read More

10 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Bravely Second: End Layer’

10 Things Parents Should Know About ‘Bravely Second: End Layer’

This week sees the release of the Square Enix-published, Nintendo-distributed RPG ‘Bravely Second: End Layer,’ the follow-up to 2014’s ‘Bravely Default.’ That previous chapter largely managed to impress with its novel take on the role-playing genre, but does this game follow suit? Here’s what you need to know before you make your purchase. Read More

Dungeon Casting Part 2: Creating Custom Molds

Dungeon Casting Part 2: Creating Custom Molds

In my prior post, Dungeon Casting Part 1: Creating Dungeons With Hirst Arts Molds, I showed you how to create the crypt from ‘Pathfinder’s Crypt of the Everflame’ game module. The key feature of the crypt is Kessen’s sarcophagus. This sarcophagus lid is cast from a custom mold that was surprisingly simple to create. In this post, I will show you how to create your own molds that can be used to cast your own pieces similar, or identical, to Hirst Arts stones. One reason you may want to do this is to create a custom piece otherwise not available, such as this sarcophagus lid. Read More