Monthly Archives: August 2012

Acquiring Accents

In early July, an article popped up on The Douchey DM written by gamer/cosplayer Kimi about acquiring and using accents for your tabletop games. She provides a few links to resources for developing your accents, as well as simple advice

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The Gamers: Sequel Hits Kickstarter

It’s been a decade since the release of The Gamers, the cult film that managed to go viral long before YouTube and has been required viewing for tabletop gamers ever since. A sequel, Dorkness Rising, released in 2008, and now

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Interview with MapTool Bard and Lead Dev

Virtual tabletops are the future. While nothing can ever replace real-life sessions, technology progresses with each passing year and the value that a virtual tabletop can add to your physical tabletop is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore. For those going

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Monte Cook Working on Story-Focused RPG: Numenera

Professional table-top RPG designer and writer Monte Cook, best known for his work on Dungeons & Dragons, is presently working on a new project, Numenera, a science fantasy RPG that focuses on story and ideas over mechanics. I like the

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Reconstruction Complete

It took a little longer than anticipated, but website reconstruction is complete. New webhost, new design, new forums, all completely ad-free and fully customizable. I may still tinker with some design elements here and there, but the site should be