I have been doing a lot of research on the Chainmail game and the use of mass combat in FRP games. A few months ago
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Design Journal – Complexity Budget and Cognitive Load
Glenn and Mike at Rule of Carnage have a very interesting discussion about the demands a game makes upon its players, specifically the Complexity budget
The Tower of the Elephant as The Hero’s Journey
There is a brilliant essay by Mark Lynn Stoddard at The Black Blog of Nameless Cults: The Hero’s Journey in The Tower of the Elephant
Miniature Monday – Minis Gaming & Painting Channel?
I made a short video. Over the past few weeks we have been waiting to move into a new place, and so we’ve been camping
On Safety Tools
Grim Jim has an excellent take on the “Safety Tool” discussion that continues to rage on the bird site.
Good GM + Good Players + Trust = a GREAT Game
Alexis at Tao of D&D is one of my blog-heroes. Analytical, thoughtful, creative, and able to communicate in a clear, attention-getting fashion. I have learned
Happy New Year
Our first two months in Charleston have been pretty uneventful. By which I mean that I haven’t found a job yet. But I have been
Chris Brogan has More Brilliant Thoughts on Social Networks
Where does this come from? The guy travels and speaks all over the place, how does he have time to put together this kind of