The Gassy Gnoll: After-Action Report (Thanksgiving 4e Session)

Last week this gassy old gnoll talked about the prep he was doing to run a 4e game for his family and his best friend’s family the night before Thanksgiving. I’m here to say that not only was it a success, but we might do it again over the Christmas holiday while the kids are . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: After-Action Report (Thanksgiving 4e Session)

The Gassy Gnoll: Impressions of D&D EssentialsEncounters

This Gassy Gnoll had a chance this past weekend to play in an ongoing D&D Essentials Encounters campaign at Petrie’s Family Games, one of the local gaming stores in Colorado Springs. I want to share a few observations about my gaming experience in a few different categories.

First, I have to say it’s been a . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Impressions of D&D EssentialsEncounters

Book Review: Soldiers of Fortune by Matt James and Open Design

Why do people, rulers, and nations go to war? Is it to defend their homes and borders against the incursion of ideas, faith, or undesirables? To expand their domains for riches or land? Or simply because they feel the need to spill blood? More often than not, it’s less black and white than some might . . . → Read More: Book Review: Soldiers of Fortune by Matt James and Open Design

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