If Gnome Stew were a book, this would be the back cover. From time to time, folks in the gaming industry say nice things about us (after getting totally plastered on gnomish fungus beer, we suspect), and we post them here.

Our thanks to everyone who has ever not called us short said something awesome about the Stew — you rock.

Monte Cook

Game designer and author (Dungeons & Dragons, Dungeonaday.com, Malhavoc Press)

I check Gnome Stew every day. They’ve always got something there that’s fun, useful, or both.

Wil Wheaton

Actor and geek (“Star Trek: The Next Generation, Geek and Sundry”)

fantastic blog for game masters, dungeon masters, and rpg fans

Wolfgang Baur

Game designer and author (Kobold Quarterly, Dungeons & Dragons, Dragon Magazine)

If you aren’t reading Gnome Stew, you’re missing out.

Game Manufacturer’s Association (GAMA)

RPG industry trade association (Origins Game Fair, Origins Awards)

We get asked a great many “how to” questions about GMing at Origins and one of the best sites we have found for information is Gnome Stew – The Game Mastering Blog found at http://www.gnomestew.com/


Blogger (DungeonMastering.com)

Gnome Stew – the best GMing website out there. It’s 100% GMing and they have a slew of talented DMs writing on the site. And if you’re not into game master stuff you can always rub a gnome.

Dave Chalker

Blogger (Critical Hits)

The best GM-focused site on the Internet.

Clinton R. Nixon

Game designer (The Forge, The Shadow of Yesterday, Donjon)

Gnome Stew inspires me to stretch myself as a GM. The Stew’s articles don’t play it safe. They’re inflammatory; they contradict one other; but, most of all, they fill my mind with new ideas and make me think deeper about my role as the game master.

Johnn Four

Author and blogger (RoleplayingTips.com, Campaign Mastery)

If you like GMing tips, advice, and perspectives you have to hit Gnome Stew. The crew at the Stew doesn’t sleep, I swear. Great articles (by the tonne) plus a great community guarantees you’ll improve your GMing and make new friends in the process.

Ed Healy

Co-founder of Eden Studios, podcaster (War Pig Radio, Open Design)

Gnome Stew is where I go for game mastering inspiration. The articles give me a new perspective on what it means to sit (or stand) behind the screen, and help me keep from getting complacent.

Philippe-Antoine Ménard

Blogger (Musings of the Chatty DM)

Gnome Stew is like a one-stop shop for GMing tips. Written by a group of seasoned, passionate and friendly Game Masters, the Stew has rapidly become THE reference GMing blog of the RPG blogsphere. It’s regular, high quality content is backed by a strong sense of community based around a solid readership and friendly discussions with the authors.