A website set up to attack game designers and members of the roleplaying community has closed, deleting itself, after the author was discovered and named on social media.
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 […]
Geek Native is looking for one brave and trusted soul to join the blog as a RPG reviewer. To maintain this role you will be required to review a minimum of two RPG titles a month. This challenge will be made easier through the blog’s collaboration with DriveThruRPG and you will receive no shortage of […]
Google+ is popular among gamers; console, PC and tabletop. In particular there is a healthy amount of tabletop RPG communities with everything from general RPG interest to specialist ones. Looking for RPG communities to join on Google+? This post for International TableTop Day recommended 10 different ones. A community that Geek Native recommends and co-moderates […]
Blogtor Who is a very popular Doctor Who blog. It was set up by Cameron McEwan in 2008, had well over 4.5 million impressions last year and enjoys more than 15,000 Twitter followers. Cameron has run the blog, by himself, and without monetisation in mind. Geek bloggers will certainly be aware that Blogtor Who is […]
This blogger is based in Edinburgh and is very busy with his day job. As a result, I never get to go to blogger events hosted in London – but I do sometimes get sent photos of what I missed. Microsoft’s “roleplaying event” to highlight the latest upgrade to Hotmail is one such example. Mind […]