Time for another episode of the D&D campaign set in my wonderful little world of Telia–campaign guide coming in the future on DMs Guild. It’s episode 7, Selective Honesty, a name I picked because I had a good idea of where the episode was going and was pleasantly surprised to find I had nailed it. By the way, the name is a play on Selective Memory. Continue reading This is How We Role – Episode 7 – Selective Honesty
It’s time for another episode of the ongoing D&D Campaign on our little show This is How we Role, set in my original campaign setting of Telia. This time it’s a rescue mission inside the forest of gargantuan trees in the Almun region, Titanroot Woods, dealing with the threat posed by a Coven of Hags, not just on the city of Woodwork but on the denizens of this forest.
Starting with this episode, I’ll use this post to give some behind the scenes look at the adventure design and planning.
Here we are, brand new episode and finally just hours after we played the game! And it has nothing to do with me not having anything else written. Continue reading This is How We Role – Episode 5 – Out of the Woodwork
And so we’re back with another session of the Telia campaign, this time with the party delving into the mysterious Vault in the Almun region, after having opened it at the end of the last episode. Will they succeed in overcoming the Inheritor challenges? We’ll see! Continue reading This is How We Role – Episode 4 – Singing in the Brain
Whether you’re writing a comment, or you’re writing a blog post, etiquette is hugely important. You wouldn’t walk up to a stranger and tell them “that’s a terrible pair of shoes.” You wouldn’t tell a random person “Your hair looks funny.” I’d hope you wouldn’t turn down an invitation to a birthday by standing on a podium in front of a large group of people and say “I will not be attending this!” It’s rude, it’s unnecessary – But I think the technology we have is in part to blame.
In the past year I’ve backed a fair amount of projects on a few crowdfunding platforms and among them are The Game Kitchen’s wonderful souls-like (or Metroidvania, really) Blasphemous and Koji Igarashi’s Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, both taking us to gothic lands to fight unspeakable evils, though the former having a much deeper religious subtext than the latter. Over the past few months a few backer-only or backer-first demos have appeared and I finally got around to downloading my own little copies and giving them a go, perhaps a little too late to give proper feedback but I’ll try to do so anyway. Continue reading Backer Demo Opinions – Blasphemous | Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
It’s Friday again, so it’s time for a new episode of my new playthrough series of Nightmare Creatures. Continue reading Let’s Play Nightmare Creatures – Episode 2
The last Grundislav Games titles I played were Shardlight and A Golden Wake and I absolutely loved them. Now I’ve received a nifty preview key for their upcoming title, Lamplight City, and you bet I had to take a look. And to make it more interesting, I’ve done my preview in video form! Continue reading Preview – Lamplight City
I’ve been talking about this for ages, so now it’s time to put up or shut up and trust me, by the end of this video you’ll be very aware I can’t seem to shut up! Continue reading Nightmare Creatures – Episode 1 – Victorian Biohazard
I couple of weeks ago I mentioned I was getting ready to once again record/broadcast game playthroughs, with a chosen focus on older games. At the time I mentioned a couple of titles, and since then I’ve acquired other titles to tackle, both through recordings and live playthroughs on twitch. Let me tell you a bit about them Continue reading Oldies & Goldies – Games on the Let’s Play List