Monthly Archives: June 2017
I created a YouTube Channel about 2 years ago, but I have not really done anything with it until lately. Earlier this month, however, I decided to give regular vidcasting a try, and I have to admit that it is fun. If you ever wanted to find out more about what is going on in my head when I write something, or have the curtain pulled back on the process, or if… Read More
Strand of Fate Style was designed long ago and is largely in tales that few believe. Practitioner of the style are said to be able to snap their fingers and break their enemy’s strand in the fabric of fate, but that is just an old tale told around campfires. Few have actually seen such abilities worked, and fewer still talk about it.
This past weekend at Origins Game Fair, my daughter and I played D&D Adventurers League, including the D&D Open, and in one day our characters jumped from 1st to 4th level. This being her first character, she went with a fighter. Me, I played a cleric. Gunther Runehammer of clan Runehammer upholds the clan’s proud tradition of serving both his deity and the cause of justice while helping his fellow adventurers. He’s… Read More
Everyone has their favorite Fifth Edition class. The warlock, however, is in a class by itself. As someone who enjoys playing this newer class (newer being it was created during 3rd edition and made a core class in 4th, as compared to all the other core book classes first appearing in 1e or 2e), there is quite a bit to live with this class. Here are three reason why the warlock is… Read More