33 33 Social and
0 Comments

Gnomecast #105 – Playing in a Recorded Game

Join Ang, Jared, and Senda for a discussion about the ins and outs of playing a game for broadcast or recorded media! Can these gnomes produce a good enough performance to avoid being thrown in the stew? Download: Gnomecast #105 – Playing in a Recorded Game Check out RPG Design Panelcast...

Read More
60 56 Social and
4 Comments

Tips for Players: Game Prep

Today, I’m mainly going to be talking to the players at the RPG tables around the world. Here is some advice to you on how to prep for the next RPG session in your campaign. (Note: There are tidbits for the GMs out there as well, so don’t skip the article just because you’re a...

Read More
54 54 Social and
0 Comments

Gnomecast #104 – RPGaDay Questions, Part 3

Join Di, John, and Phil for part 3 in a series answering questions based on David Chapman’s #RPGaDay social media prompts for 2020! Can these gnomes answer enough questions to avoid being thrown in the stew? Download: Gnomecast #104 – RPGaDay Questions, Part 3 Follow Di at @DiceQueenDi...

Read More
35 35 Social and
0 Comments

Troy’s Crock Pot: Great Hall Conundrum

Troy’s Crock Pot: Great Hall Conundrum Big rooms. Impossibly big rooms. Rooms and caverns designed for giants to stand upright, for dragons to unfurl their leathery wings wide before letting loose a big blast of their fiery breath.  Gladiatorial arena-size big. Running encounters in such places is...

Read More
37 37 Social and
0 Comments

Rebel Crown Review

There have been a lot of Forged in the Dark games, taking on a wide range of topics within the same procedural structure introduced in Blades in the Dark. Some of the earliest, beyond Blades in the Dark itself, were Scum and Villainy and Band of Blades. Beyond moving the genre away from the...

Read More
41 41 Social and
0 Comments

Gnomecast #103 – RPGaDay Questions, Part 2

Join Jared, J.T., and Pete for part 2 in a series answering questions based on David Chapman’s #RPGaDay social media prompts for 2020! Can these gnomes answer enough questions to avoid being thrown in the stew? Download: Gnomecast #103 – RPGaDay Questions, Part 2 Pete’s game Rest...

Read More
Loading

What’s Gnome Stew

Written by a team of veteran Gamers and Gamemasters, Gnome Stew is a widely read gaming blog with multiple awards and thousands of articles. We're dedicated to helping gamers have more fun at the gaming table.

"I check Gnome Stew every day."
— Monte Cook —

"fantastic blog for game masters, dungeon masters, and rpg fans"
— Wil Wheaton —

"If you aren’t reading Gnome Stew, you’re missing out."
— Wolfgang Baur —

Patronize Gnome Stew!

Join our awesome patrons and help
Gnome Stew do awesome things for everyone!

Recent Gniblets

Font Resize
Contrast