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Flames of WarZ, anyone?

Flames of War, for those who don’t know, is probably the most popular and widely played WWII-era tabletop wargame currently available. It uses 15mm figures to simulate battles from the Eastern Front to the...

All hail Bladud, Flying Necromancer King of Briton

Good old England has had more than its fair share of crazy monarchs. We only have to glance through the history books to Henry VIII and George III to know that we do quite like...

The Free One Page 1930s Superhero RPG You Have Always Wanted

Occasionally, just occasionally, the intertubes turn up something truly wonderful. Today’s slice of the wonderful pie is Carbon City, which manages to do the seemingly impossible in awesome style. It is a free one...

The Barbarian at rest

Even when relaxing, the Barbarian looks ready to pounce. I think he cuts his own hair with that axe. (Daz Studio, no postwork).  

She Welcomes The Sun

I hope it’s the Sun and not an asteroid or a meteorite. Otherwise she’s in big trouble.  

Get your free Dragon here!

Folks, the nice people at DAZ 3D have released the classic Millennium Dragon 2.0 as a freebie for a limited time. This is an oldie-but-goodie (or baddie, depending on your Draconic preferences) that loads quickly,...

Character du Jour: Doctor Oculus

“I remember,” the old man uttered, breaking the silence of the dust laden room, “he was always such a clumsy boy, forever bumping and bashing into furniture and bookshelves. But he loved the stories...

Blogging with Word 2013

Note: here’s one of my not-too-frequent Tech posts. Feel free to ignore it if this doesn’t interest you in the least. It may seem overkill to use a heavyweight application like Word 2013 to...

Should Classes be tied to Attributes?

There’s a chain of thought in D&D which suggests that each class should be associated in some way with one of the six attributes. Fighter, for example, is keyed to STR, Rogue = DEX,...