When I started reading stories on the Cthulhu Mythos, one of the most frustrating things I encountered was not knowing which order to read them in. What I couldn’t have realised at the time is how I had become involved in an unintentional roleplay.
"Ooh. This one looks good. I want it" I said as I perused through the various tabletop crowdfunding campaigns. Charlotte rolled her eyes at me, "I've found an issue with your segment. Each fortnight you just end up going shopping".
I prefer my pentagram chamber to be near the bathroom to expedite my morning routine
This week the Juniors eat up Sushi Go!
Heeeeellooooo Internet! We’ve got DJ Goof in the house. Are we ready to make some NOOOOOISE!?!
We're going through a tabletop renascence at the moment. Games are being released that are exciting and fresh. They're not sticking with established patterns of "what sells" and instead are asking "what's fun". Games are being made that as I child I would have had to spend days picking between to buy (instead of only the hours I spend now). And in part, we have crowdfunding to thank for that.
This week the Juniors talk about Coup, and about how sneaky they can be.
Social media can be a huge benefit to your roleplaying experience. Oh yes, I feel the strength of your skepticism through the internet. Not sure if you know this but I feed on it… delicious skepticism…
Due to technical difficulties, we unfortunately had to delete our Youtube channel. But don't panic! We've got a new one! Our other one just had to go to a farm somewhere... somewhere we can't visit. Deletesville...
I love a good social deduction game. There’s something about reading people and trying to determine their motives that really interests me.