RPG Blog Alliance to close; what are the alternatives?


Today Geek Native and over 600 other members of the RPGBA discovered that the community would close. The RPG Blog Alliance came about after RPGbloggers.com changed hands and delays began to mount. Bonemaster, aka Jeff Brissette, thought there was a better way to bring RPG blogs into a community and help share their content. Writing […]

What on Earth is Mythoard and why should RPGers care?


If you pop over to Mythoard you’ll find a site that promises to send you a box full of RPG goodies every month. This month they’ve content from Chessex, Throwi Games, Moon Dice Games, Flatland Games, Genius Loci Games and Imaginary Maps. Read on if you want an exclusive reveal into what Mythoard will offer […]

Levelling up the newsletter


Stopped getting the Geek Native newsletter? You may need to re-subscribe or check your spam folder. At the end of 2014 Geek Native started an newsletter digest. It’s a way to keep tab of the site without RSS feeds, fighting with Facebook’s filter or remembering to check the web every day. If you’re not an […]

Get 15% off the Geek Native store


At the start of 2015 Geek Native launched a store on Redbubble. Whenever the blog commissions art for a feature post, if it’s good enough, the piece becomes fashion, phonetech or cool geek stuff to buy. For example, “Dot Rar” the dragon from the new Audio EXP column can be yours on t-shirt, pillow, iPhone […]

How not to freak out when someone asks you who they should cosplay as

Cosplay Freakout

It is great. The cosplay hobby is growing in popularity. There are new cosplayers entering the pastime with each convention and meet up. Cosplayers have popular Facebook pages and there are thriving online communities. Sometimes someone dares ask; “Who should I cosplay as?” Does that sound terrible? It shouldn’t. The only catch is the question […]

Get ready for Virtuacon 14


Virtuacon offers the best 3 days in virtual gaming. It’s coordinated via RPG Geek but run via the Virtuacon Google+ community. Games take place in Google Hangouts while programs like DiceStream and Roll20. If you’re not sure how that works then this video is recorded from actual gameplay from last year. Jacob Wood running a […]