Daily Archives: April 2, 2019

Why Do We Need April Fools’ Jokes Anyway?

As I have commented before, I am not fond of April Fool’s jokes for a variety of reasons [1].  For one, I happen to be one of those people who happens to believe that the year should start at this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Deadly Delves: Reign Of Ruin

Deadly Delves:  Reign Of Ruin, by Jon Brazer As part of my efforts to obtain some quests for upcoming tabletop gameplay with the party I GM, I found this particular interesting scenario that will allow for some challenging and rewarding … Continue reading

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Book Review: Noble Cause, Bloodied Hands

Noble Cause, Bloodied Hands, by William Tucker As someone who from time to time reads and ponders over various quests for tabletop roleplaying gaming, I managed to obtain a few books that had some quests that interested me, and this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Slaughter At Splinterfang Gorge

Slaughter At Splinterfang Gorge, by William Tucker This particular roleplaying game campaign is designed to be compatible with both Pathfinder and D&D 5e and is meant for a party of between levels 4 and 6, just exiting the beginning stages … Continue reading

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