Author: Paco G. Jaen

This is is why Critical Role Jokes angered people.

Critical Role keeps being the most-watched and best-loved TTRPG YouTube shows. And, sometimes, when they make a joke, they upset people. In this video, I explain why. Please help our channel by subscribing and commenting and support our Patreon Campaign if you can: It might seem like something harmless when someone makes a joke about mental health status or being in a hospital. But the fact is it can be very hurtful for people who are afflicted by those situations. When a show like Critical Role, that has a lot of pull on the hobby and where it’s...

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🐲 RPG Interview Erik Scott de Bie: How to write novels from D&D. 🐲 All the secrets revealed!

Erik Scott de Bie has written, among others, for Wizards of the Coast and Dungeons & Dragons and knows how to take the most interesting parts of a game and turn it into a novel and take the best bit of a story and bring them into an adventure. If you are interested in writing a novel or a story based on your adventures, this is the video you need! Please help our channel by subscribing and commenting and support our Patreon Campaign if you can: In this interview Erik talks about what it takes to keep an...

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What is the future of RPGs?

What is the future of RPGs? This is my prediction of what is going to happen to TTRPGs in the future. Or at least one of the things. You think I got it right? Support our Patreon Campaign if you can: With the amount of fantasy and science fiction we are seeing in series recently, and the amount of material we have seen in the cinema for the last 20 years, I think it is time for companies to start having a different approach to licensing their IPs to RPG companies. Netflix, Disney, HBO, Fox, Amazon, Lucasfilm… in...

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Music in my early RPGs

Today I was listening to Cinemix at work. For those of you who don’t know, Cinemix is an online radio station that plays soundtracks from movies and some series. All-day. You can get a premium account to get rid of the advertising but it doesn’t have a lot of advertising in any event. Anyway, sometimes I have it in the background. Often it happens that, before I notice, I have an enormous feeling of nostalgia. A sense of yearning for the days when I used to play Dark Sun or any other AD&D game with my friends some 25...

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Frogfolk of Porphyra RPG review by Endzeitgeist

This installment of the „…of Porphyra“-series clocks in at 57 pages, 1 page front cover, 2 pages of SRD, with the pdf laid out in 6’’ by 9’’ (A5), leaving us with 54 pages of content, so let’s take a look! This book was moved up in my reviewing queue at the request of my patreon supporters. Support Endzeitgeist Patreon: can buy the Frogfolk of Porphyra!for 5E in DrivethruRPG: In case you were wondering: Porphyra RPG is essentially a continuation of Pathfinder 1, fully backwards compatible in the same way as Pathfinder behaved to 3.5, but with...

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Campo de Mitos is a campaign setting for Cthulhu games based in real events and people from El Campo de Gribraltar.

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