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Drama among role players


A team member sent me a link to an interesting article release this week by Larry Everett on Massively Overpowered  which I thought was interesting. I posted a response on the forums but thought I would re-post here. I am still … Continue reading

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Classes are boring


No, I do not mean those classes you take in school. I mean, of course, classes in MMO’s. Again, I did a bit of research into games with classes (your typical paladin, wizard, etc.) and those that did not. Few … Continue reading

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The End Game game…..


I am not trying to start a controversial thread here so hope you will bear with me. I know that the vast majorities of folks here who also play games, especially MMOs, are motivated by the very things that we … Continue reading

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Si Fi detour…


We took a little side job to create a character system UI and one of our demos for the project is a Sci Fi version of the UI. The challenge was to make it from all original art and whatever … Continue reading

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Roleplay makes games more fun!


Found this and thought I would share! Shared from Creators.co via Dungeons And Dragons Changed The Way I Game — Falcon Game Reviews

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Emergent Gameplay and Role Play


All this talk about Zelda, Breath of the Wild, has brought out some great discussions of emergent game play. I thought I would muse a bit about what some are calling “the future of rpgs”. Continue reading

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Medieval Monday: What’s to Drink?


Originally posted on Allison D. Reid:
Much of what we drink today on a daily basis would not have been available in the Middle Ages. Coffee wasn’t brought to Europe until the 1600s, and was met with suspicion—even sometimes condemned…

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