A Few weeks ago I launched a little recruitment drive for an RPG group, and while no one contacted me directly through The Mental Attic, I did manage to get a group together.
With the players assembled, the plan was simple: first, we’d play a demo game of Era: The Consortium, a game I mentioned during my MCM London Comic Con coverage. After that, we’d move to a main campaign with me as the storyteller. Continue reading Running in the Shadows – TMA RPG Update
Hello everybody. I’ve mentioned in the past how much I enjoy playing Pen & Paper RPGS. I love D&D and almost every other system I’ve had the fortune of playing. My recent purchase and review of the Anima video game came from my love of the RPG setting and only last week I wrote a bit of an ode to one of my favourite D&D podcasts/shows, Acquisitions Incorporated.
As The Mental Attic grows and I tap new contacts and opportunities, I get in touch with many RPG developers and publishers and they often send me their products for reviewing purposes and while I at least attempt to get some games together to try things out, I’m rarely successful. Continue reading Looking for Group – Recruitment Drive
A few weeks ago I announced my participation in this year’s Extra Life, planning to stream for four days, Friday 6th to Monday 9th of November, with the main Extra Life event takin place on the 7th, during which I will mostly be playing Tomb Raider games, as I am part of the Team Tomb Raider Community!
I’m currently hard at work getting the schedule and all the raffles in place, as well as sharpening my hosting skills with my Nightly Twitch Stream. I’m streaming Monday to Friday 8-11pm GMT+1 (which will revert to GMT in October), which is about 3-6pm EST. Continue reading Extra Life 2015: Looking for group!
I’ve been a roleplayer for more than a decade now, having discovered it in university and never looking back. I started with D&D, moved on to Star Wars and Vampire, then had my first GM experience in a seven year long World of Warcraft campaign, moving on to many other games and systems and GMs and groups.
The one constant in all those years was that we played around a table, be it a coffee one, or the one in the study halls, or even a dining room table. Sadly, I’ve moved to another country, and so our group has split. I thought I might have to find new people, but now thanks to my friends, I found a new way to keep in touch and keep our games going. Continue reading Orr Group – Roll20.net