In honor of Women's history month, I take a look at a couple of RPGs that women had a big hand in creating.
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The Star Trek Adventures RPG from Modiphius Entertainment is a RPG where you can create your own Star Trek-like episodes as you explore new worlds in the massive universe. In this video, I give a brief look at how the game plays and my thoughts on the game.Read More
Emerald Empire is the first sourcebook from Fantasy Flight Games for its Legend of the Five Rings RPG. In this video, I go over my thoughts on the book and ponder how learning the lore can help enrich the card game experience.Read More
Fantasy Flight Games has released a new version of the Legend of the Five Rings (L5R) Roleplaying game. I look at all the starter level products and give you an idea of where you should start.Read More
You got your Magic in my D&D! You got your D&D in my Magic! This week I talk about the Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, one of the most recent releases from Wizards of the Coast. It shows you how to run your 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons game in the Magic realm of Ravnica.
Waterdeep: Dragon Heist is a new adventure AND supplement for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition, talking all about the city of Waterdeep, one of D&D's most famous cities.
Arkham Horror is a popular board game from Fantasy Flight Games, but it is based on a RPG called "Call of Cthulhu" from Chaosium.
Continuing our look at all the RPG books on my shelves, this week we take a turn at Monte Cook Games as we reach my Numenera collection.
This week, I talk about the game Before There Were Stars from Smirk and Laughter and how I think it could help people wanting to become a GM.
In this week's segment, I head back to the shelves behind me and check out the next cube, featuring a lot of Fantasy Flight Games' RPGs, Kids on Bikes, Fate, etc.
Tales from the Loop is an awesome RPG set in the 1980s. The kickstarter for the next book is over, but you might be able to late back it by paying attention to this link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192053011/things-from-the-flood-sequel-to-tales-from-the-loo
This week, I talk about an experience I had at Gen Con this year and how it put me "on tilt" during a RPG.
We get to the Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition section of my RPG shelves and I breeze through giving quick descriptions of most of the books. Many of these books have full reviews here on this channel.
We know nothing about Warhammer, but Philip and I unbox the latest Kill Team box and explore what is inside!
Missed the first intro trailer, but here is the Fantasy Flight Games In Flight Report originally held on Wednesday August 1st 2018 at Gen Con!
Gen Con is upon us! There are several places to find RPGs, but in this short segment I highlight a couple of my favorite places l like to frequent.
In this video, I take a quick look at the latest D&D sourcebook, Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes and talk briefly about what the book includes and who this book it for.
Roll Playing is a short RPG segment originally created for the Dice Tower's Board Game Breakfast.