We apologize for the delay in releasing Geeks Explicitly Episode 25. Normally episodes are released every Thursday after being recorded earlier in the week. This week marks the one year anniversary of my grandfather’s death and it has been a rough time. I am sorry for the delay but promise that episode 25 will be published soon. Here at TCPN we don’t like to leave you empty handed. I can tell you that episode 25 is a top 5 list episode sharing great sci-fi aliens. [...]
Proprietary cases are a great way to give your minis the love that they deserve, but they can overkill tabletop RPGs. Here’s a quick and dirty way to keep them safe, while keeping your budget under $10
“You all meet in a tavern…” Ugh! Chances are that you’re probably already groaning. Getting started with an RPG campaign can be fun, but this old trope needs to be retired. Here are 5 alternate ways to start your campaign! Transcript is in the YouTube Description.
This week on Fiat Lux! we’re talking big, bad, evil guys. This video offers 5 tips that add some vim to your villain, some sparkle to your swine, and some charm to your cads! Text transcription is in the YouTube description. Don’t have a conniption, and consider a subscription.
Playing until 2am can be awesome… unless it’s because you’re still on the first encounter. Here are 5 ways that DMs and players can work together to keep combat moving quickly, making sure you’ve got a good balance of RP and tactics in your games. Do you have your own way of keeping gameplay moving fast? Let us know in the comments below!
Welcome to the first Fiat Lux! If you’ve never painted a tabletop mini for your roleplaying events you’re missing out. Here’s a quick way to save yourself a lot of time and trouble at the table by temporarily basing your minis, making them easier to handle. Painting pros and longtime hobbyists tend to customize this solution, but the solution you’ll see here is a great option if you’re starting out. Do you temp-base your own minis for painting? If so, how? Tell us in the [...]
The fine folks at Zombie Orpheus Entertainment dropped me a line about the forthcoming JourneyQuest season and their efforts to crowd source this project. They have turned to Kickstarter and have already reached their initial goal of $60,000, thus ensuring that Jen Page will create and model a barbarian queen fur bikini in a special, backers only photo shoot. Did I mention we’ve covered JourneyQuest and Jen Page before? And that these are the same folks who brought us Gamers: Dorkness Rising? These folks understand [...]