Agency and the Amusement Park

Introduction There have been many discussions about Player Agency and the differences between Sandbox and Railroading. I believe these topics are intertwined and it is nearly impossible to discuss one without the other. My blog has been silent for far too long and its high time I get my fingers going again. I’m going to […]

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25 on 6 d4 (Song Parody)

25 on 6 d4 (Parody lyrics by W. Scott Grant/To the tune of 25 or 6 to 4 by Chicago) Waiting for late Saturday Got my dice, we’re gonna play In the dungeon, I cast my spell Magic Missile, I know it well Splattered orcs across the floor Twenty-Five on Six D Four Marching boldly […]

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Culture in RPG

While vacationing in Maui, Hawai’i, I spent an afternoon at a local game store and participated in that group’s D&D session. Swan, the DM, created a homebrew world that I believe to be somewhat unique and clever. Basically, in a post-apocalyptic Earth, an alien force has “gathered together” many of the Pacific Islands, including Hawai’i, […]

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My Take on Session Zero

There are a lot of discussions about Session Zero and what should be discussed. You can find numerous blogs, articles, and pages. I did a quick Google search on “Session Zero RPG” and it says there are about 172,000 results. And I’m going to add one more? How is mine going to be any different […]

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Through a Cat’s Eyes – 12.4

Winter Sleeping, Chasers’s Day 5, Year of the Lion number 427; January 2, 1739 Agathon; Linne 182 I wanted to write about the winter solstice and new-year celebrations, since they are distinctly different than what we do in the Tabaxi culture. You can see the year numbers have incremented, though we’re still in the Year […]

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A Short Hiatus

To my teeming fans, it is with great regret that I will not be adding to the story of Kabize Vipertree next week. Alas, I will be out of town compliments of the company I work for attending the Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 conference in Chicago, Illinois. During this four-day event, I hope to learn […]

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