Gnomecast 193 – GMing for Turtles Join Ang, Josh, and Phil as they talk about GMing for Turtles. No, not those charming reptiles with a house on their back, but the players that end up not wanting to engage with what you’re putting down in front of them!...

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Sundered Isles Review

What are Jared’s weaknesses? Epic fantasy, check. Space opera, check. Pirates and swashbuckling? Absolutely. Considering all the above, it may not be a surprise that the product we’re looking at today, Sundered Isles, is a high-seas swashbuckling supplement for Ironsworn: Starforged, which itself...

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Curseborne: Ashcan Edition First Impression

Onyx Path has been around since 2012, taking over the publication of the New World of Darkness RPGs from White Wolf via a licensing agreement. They rechristened the New World of Darkness the Chronicles of Darkness and began producing updated anniversary versions of the original World of Darkness...

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Gnomecast 191 – Running Factions Join Ang, Josh, and Tomas as they talk about running factions in your campaigns. Everything from how to create them, how to connect them, and how to use them for your players. LINKS: Magnolia: City of Marvels Persona 3 Origins Game...

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Deathmatch Island Review

Ever have a rough morning and not remember where you are? No judgement, just curious. But, what about if you don’t remember where you are, and there seems to be a set of branded clothes sitting on a table across from you? What happens when you wake up with a weird device on your wrist, monitoring...

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Dungeons, Dragons, and Emotional Development

Tabletop RPG are more than just escapism—they help with emotional and social growth. Studies show that role-playing can boost empathy, improve social skills, and even reduce anxiety. Plus, it’s a fun way to explore different sides of your personality in a safe space. Whether you’re convincing an NPC to give you a discount or figuring out how to lead your party, you’re learning real-world skills in the most entertaining way possible.

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Nostalgia Gaming

Recently, I had the chance to do something I never thought was possible. After 36 years, I returned to the table with most of my high school gaming group to play a game. I spent a few weeks preparing for it and ran two sessions during the weekend. It went fantastically, and along the way, I...

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