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Not That Hard, People

Stop trying to outsmart the genius of Cook, D&D nerds!  For the love of all that is Holy Gygaxian, hex crawls are not that hard.  DMDavid now has a series of posts in which he tries to fix unbroken sandboxes … Continue reading

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Well, Well, Well. What Have We Here?

Remember when I said that this week’s session might see the players encounter goblin-wights if I had a bad week?  Well, let me tell you about my week.  A long drive to Virginia to visit a friend for a nice … Continue reading

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You Really Are Doing It Wrong

My weekly podcast listen turned into trash when the three DMigos bailed out on Save or Die.  If I want to hear lazy, nasally analysis of trivial nonsense, I’ll turn on CNN.  It was grim for a while there, until … Continue reading

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My Players So Smart

My players are really getting the hang of this “Real D&D” thing.  It took some time to break them of their soft and womanly style of play, but now they are running like a well-oiled murder machine.  They hit The … Continue reading

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The Soft Neg

Letting chicks down easy is an important skill that natural lotharios like your host learn early in life.  I’m going to show you how to give women the soft negative when it comes to a seat at your D&D table. … Continue reading

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Game Can Save Your Game

If you really want to take your tabletop RPG to the next level you need to learn game.  Game is not just for banging cheap and easy sloots, it’s a complete reframing of your entire life, and it can do … Continue reading

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Field Report: The Public Circle Jerk

Fellow checks in with this harrowing tale of a near-SJW experience.  Before reading this, you may want to do some push-ups before reading this, take some shark cartilage pills, maybe stuff a nerd in his locker.  You’re going to need … Continue reading

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