By Michael K. Tumey Gamemasters have a serious, unpaid job on an ongoing basis to create exciting plots and stories for their friends and players. Part of the job often includes creating one or more maps. Maps let players know how their surroundings appear around them. From … [Read more...] about The Cartographer’s Table – Which Mapping Software is Best for You?
By Peter Ruth II Friends, I've decided that I've been remiss in not sharing with you the vast pool of knowledge that I've learned over the years regarding tabletop miniatures gaming, and so this is the first of many articles that will pass on some of the laborious research I've … [Read more...] about Pegasus Hobbies – Making Your Table Shine Without Eviscerating Your Wallet
By Paco Garcia Jaen Recently my friend Mark Rivera made a bold statement: “Cards Against Humanity is Bad for the Hobby”. Then he ducked. Then some people supported his claim and some of us didn’t. For those of you who don’t know, Cards Against Humanity is a rather silly card … [Read more...] about You’re so fucking rude!
By Paco Garcia Jaen The Dungeons & Dragons Virtual Table as been coming for a long time and now that's in Beta version we can show you what is capable of. This video is a screen capture of a demo combat I had with Rory Madden, from Game Table Online, the creators of the … [Read more...] about Dungeons & Dragons 4E Virtual Table
By Mario T. Lanza Everyone likes to win and so when we play games we attempt to use every means at our disposal to stack the odds in our favour. The most natural means we have by which to influence the outcome of any game are our tongues. Most every gamer has tried at one … [Read more...] about An Experiment: Try Hushing Table Talk