Advice on player immersion in your central conflict with a session 3 twist.
Author: Y. Balloo
The case for a dozen languages in your campaign, and an extra trick for enhancing player immersion.
The sound of silence and the most important questions I ask as a Dungeon Master.
Part one in a series of tips and advice on running longer TTRPG campaigns. First up: begin with the end.
Was it delightful, cute, and charming? Absolutely. Did it make me think very hard? Not at all, and that’s fine.
Maybe Bruce Wayne is better off putting on the batsuit than mucking around in politics
The NBA got one right and gave a young woman her time to shine for her achievement of creating something that had a cultural moment.
It’s become a favorite annual tradition for me to do my best impression of every internet know-it-all and blunder boldly into predicting the Academy Awards outcomes among movies I largely ignored. However, this year I’ve actually seen a good number of the movies up for the statue? Weird.
2019 has felt like an incredibly long year, but in the case of cinema that’s been a very good thing.
Happy new year, Happy new decade. We move forward.