Here is a one-page guide on how to create deities for your tabletop RPG setting. An ideal game aid for a worldbuilding session.
Three witches try maintaining the balance between the overworld and the underworld. GM-less, with tarot cards delivering exciting plothooks.
D&D with shared narration rights? The story develops as you play? Yes, that’s possible! With Dungeon World. Here’s a recap of one of our sessions.
D&D is no. 1. But who ranks second and third? And which tabletop RPGs are the most popular newcomers in 2021? Check out our analysis.
Artbreeder.com is an impressive portrait creation tool. It provides a few thousand different portraits and it also lets you edit them to a very high degree with easy-to-use sliders. You can change facial traits based on age, skin tone and even emotional expressions. Will Artbreeder revolutionize how we create NPC portraits? Let’s find out in our review.
Mythos World delivers a new take on the Cthulhu Mythos setting: It moves narration rights to the players and shifts the focus to the player characters. In this review we’ll take a look at how this works out, how it compares to the original Call of Cthulhu and to Tremulus, the second PBTA adaption for CoC.
GM screens are my favourite tabletop RPG accessory. I’d like to show you the gems of my collection and why I like to use them.
Looking for a bleed-heavy teenage high school drama rpg? Maybe with a bit of urban fantasy and player-versus-player action? Then check out our review of Monsterhearts by Avery Alder. Careful though, it’s about to get messy.
A weekend full of roleplaying game sessions is like an awesome short holiday. Try out new games, meet new people and much more. Here are 8 reasons why attending a tabletop rpg conventions is awesome.
DramaDice.com is finally live. We’re a blog for tabletop rpg GMs and storytellers, featuring tips, new ideas and inspirations for roleplaying game enthusiasts. Take a look at what we got in store for you.