Geek Native’s Pinterest profile is used to share images from the blog grouped by themes. It’s a handy way to check out content if you don’t have time to sort through all the posts. The largest board, at the time of writing, is Fantasy Finds with over 1,750 pins followed by Sci-Fi flare with over […]
Found on Reddit. Origins unknown. Via /r/RPGhumor
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I think geeky tumblr The Very Near Future has it right. Soon we won’t settle for playing board games as they come. Soon we’ll have our own custom pieces. In fact, even today, Etsy stores like Epic Tokens, Decked Out 3D and MK3D Crafts already offer basic 3D printed tokens and counters.
Dungeons and Doggos is a webcomic published on Tumblr. You can tell at a glance how it works – we’ve a friendly pack of dogs getting together to play some D&D. Makes total sense! It looks new, certainly I’ve not seen the trips before, and the archive goes back to June 2017. Not a Tumblr […]
We’ve looked at some of the best DnD memes on Facebook and we’ve even checked out some classic dice shaming but that does not mean the search for RPG humour is over. Oh no. There’s still Pinterest to explore! There’s a whole host of geeky memes in that dynamic archive of popular culture. Here are […]
Is there a time and a place in RPGs or fantasy novels for chainmail bikinis? It’s a debate. We’re (should be) beyond objectification but if someone wants to dress their character in skimpy armour why shouldn’t they? Wherever there’s a heated debate there’s humour. The following eleven artists have all chipped in and helped contribute […]
The Comicon in Phoenix had a last minute prop ban for a very good reason. A man was arrested with a collection of guns and weapons as he trying to sneak in. He wanted to kill the actor Jason David Frank, the green Power Ranger, and ‘bad cops’. Banning weapons, even pretend ones, at the […]
Meanwhile at a LARP convention This clip was posted by Imgur user Chrisini. It seems to come from a larger video but the origin wasn’t shared. Do you know? If you’ve been to a large LARP before, the sort of thing that results in a bunch of gamers being locked away in a field, with […]
A funding principle of Geek Native is that tabletop gamers care about more than just their character. We’re not all dweebs who’ll force a three hour epic ‘And my character did this’ story on you if you let your guard down. That said… Nameless PCs might have a point with this one.