We’ve just started playing Lost Mines of Phandelver and it’s a blast so far. It’s not our first venture into D&D 5th edition but I really liked the classic feel of the adventure and since I’m planning to run more 5e games it felt like a good place to start the group. After reading the […]
Random photos from our latest Vampire: The Dark Ages campaign – set in Greenland. It was the first time we really got to experience the WOD system and it took us all by storm. The system has a bit of a learning curve but after a few sessions it ran really smoothly – definitely not […]
This game is like the light version of Arkham Horror – a game we used to play a LOT. The game is solid and has much more to offer than what first meets the eye. The only thing is has really going against it is that the digital version is even better.
Every few years we get the chance to revisit this game and every time we have a blast, discover new tactics and piss each other off all over again. Zombies!!! is the perfect example that less is more. Get to da choppa!
When the GM is unavailable the players improvise. King of Tokyo is a dice game not unlike Yatzy where you play monsters, robots, and aliens who try to take each other out while destroying Tokyo. The perfect game for beers and pretzels.
Photos from one of the early sessions. The vampires attacked a camp of skraelings and through a series if unfortunate events managed to lose the advantage, go into a bloody frenzy and lay waste to the entire camp – much to the satisfaction of the local viking jarl Ingvarr who hired them.
Unholy shit! Vampire is such an awesome game! We just recently ended our Vampire: The Dark Ages campaign and I always love to see other peoples character sheet and how they scribble on them. So here is ours – mine of course is the one with red wine all over. I’ll upload more images from […]
I made this character sheet a while ago and never got to use it because I got my hands on a copy of the d6 version of Star Wars – for which I will also have character templates up shortly. Feedback is always welcome! Download it here
I ran Death House for Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition a while back. The players finished in about 6 hours and even managed to kill the Shambling Mount. I hope to continue the campaign at some point when I fell like running D&D again. All four characters survived the House and will be able to […]
Finally finished my one-page portrait version of the 7th edition character sheet (1920s era). Fixed some typos and thickness of the strokes. Maybe now I will make a few different versions to fit other Eras and editions. Download it here