I asked game designer Josh Fox whether there was something he would write about mystery games and what makes them tick.
“Die” goes back far enough, that we aren’t completely sure of the deepest roots. At least that gives us a clear indication of how long mankind might have been obsessed with odds and gaming.
Melina Sedó is the main author in the 5e adventure and sourcebook The Straight Way Lost. The Kickstarter is running now, has hundreds of backers and hit the funding goal.
As Geek Native’s local Stylophile (Pen Snob) I was recently asked for some suggestions for pens to gift to a Dungeon Master, and once I’d been told that anything in a material called Primary Manipulation was for the other type of DM I thought I’d share my thoughts here. Option 1: Uni Kuru Toga Starting […]
Chris Dias owns Dias Ex Machina and created Ultramodern5, the most successful non-fantasy book for 5th Editoins D&D not published by WOTC.
Chris Dias owns Dias Ex Machina, the creator of Ultramodern5, the most successful non-fantasy book for 5th Editions D&D not published by WOTC.
Geek Native invited Kelly Choi to make some suggestions. Why Kelly? Kelly is the boss at Kelly Loves, a restaurant-quality home sushi kit site. Kelly was born in Korea, learned in Japan and then moved to Europe.
Deep Blue debuted its chess-playing skills in 1996, and lost to Grandmaster Garry Kasparov in Philadelphia. The computer’s victory, the matches everyone thinks about when they hear Deep Blue, happened in 1997, over the course of six games.
In a happy relationship, Valentine’s day is something that you’ll only ever forget about once.
Wizards of the Coast have seemingly backtracked on most of the most egregious changes to the document.