After a promising start to my impromptu campaign I decided to carry on. Thankfully so did my players. Here I am going to discuss some of the stuff I did and some of the stuff I maybe should have done to turn this rogue like, dungeon crawler, into a full blown, table top, RPG. Here is how things went in ….
Seven years ago DC animation adapted Flashpoint for the DVD shelves. Little did we know that this would be the start of a whole new DC universe. One that trounced the big screen adaptations and lagged behind the 90’s to 2000’s television universe. It was never the best nor has it been the worst. Through ups and down. Through suicide squads and teenage titans. This is move sixteen …….
It’s the middle of lock down and I decide to run an RPG for our minis group online. So do I finally crack open that copy of Vampire the Masquerade sat on my shelf? Do I blow the dust off my very tatty 2nd ed rule books? Do I have another go at my punny MLP/ 40k cross over, rpg, Dark Horsey?
Or do I just grab the closest book to hand and run with that. The closest thing being a solo, rouge-like, dice chucking, dungeon crawl requiring nothing but a simple set of rules, a few d6, some paper, and a pencil. That being ….
Well straight off the bat it’s possibly the worst title in the MCU and the most pointless review I’ll ever write. This is, without hype, the MCU movie. When you look up MCU movies, from now on, in the dictionary this is what you’ll see. You’re either seeing it or you’re not. This is….
The Doctor might be able to travel through time and explore the past via the tardis but if we want to do so it involves far more work and toil; searching through the lonely earth, climbing through the briar and bramble for the past that once felt the touch of the kings and the breath of the wind as it now sits with the ghosts of the men who can never sing again and thus the Doctor and team tardis will this week be becoming detectorists in……………….