Episode the Second! Elite: Dangerous releases the anticipated “Wings” multiplayer update, and I talk about screwing around with Rocksmith.
Video the first! In this initial installment, I talk about how PAX East 2015 was a real let-down, and reiterate my fears on how an expanded number of PAX shows is bad news for everyone.
Our D&D 5E group has encountered some perpetual bad luck concerning the fifth member of the party. Our cleric got tired of the adventuring life and set up shop at the tavern (not a tavern owner; he just refuses to leave). His replacement, a druid, got permanently stuck in animal form, and was never heard from […]
It’s been a while since we’ve checked in on the Adventure Co. Brand Adventure Company, so let’s see what they’ve been up to, shall we? /slowdisolve Frume, the Torm Paladin, has tasked the party with intercepting the dragon cult’s caravan ‘o riches before it leaves Baldur’s Gate. The quickest way to get to the city […]
I’m sure folks are pretty sick of my going on about this, but I realized I didn’t have a long form explanation as to why I’m so excited about the partnership between Wizards of the Coast and SmiteWorks. I’ve owned Fantasy Grounds for many years, and it was many years before I was actually able to use it. What […]
Our intrepid Adventure Company Brand Adventurers(tm) were left trying to figure out what to do about the two dragon eggs that they had located in the cavern situated at the back of the bandit camp. The group appeared to be worried that the eggs were far enough along that breaking the shell would unleash a […]
It had been two weeks since our last D&D session, which ended with the party backed into the empty kobold barracks after an unfortunate encounter with Langdedrosa Cyanwrath the half-dragon and his minions. The group started out this week by moving back into the chapel of Tiamat where they had faced Cyanwrath, in order to search the bodies […]
A lot of my topics lately seem to bridge the gap between my childhood and my current adulthood, which I’m going to pin on two things. The first being my years of reflection on how where I was brought me to where I am. The second is because of my daughter. Through no official railroading, […]
A lot is said about “muscle memory” when it comes to getting back on the horse, and often times bicycles are invoked, and…man, this is a lot of metaphors for an opening paragraph. Let’s just skip to the next one. A lot of folks I know used to play pencil and paper RPGs when they […]
All About That When I was in high school, my brother was learning to play guitar, complete with lessons and all that, but I wasn’t super interested in doing the same. He had a few guitars, and at some point he bought a cheap Ibanez 4 string bass because why not? But he wasn’t interested […]