This post was inspired by my Toddlers’ book collection AND some of my friends/players have asked me recently, why I have so many restrictions on my games in the last year. I realize that some of my motivation isn’t quite clear, […]
As I make my way through more of the ‘meat’ in the V5 core book I am a little surprised by a few finds. In a genre that is as deep as Vampire, sorting out the origins of any fictional […]
V5 – A Week Later – Review I’ve had the Vampire 5th PDF for a little over a week at this point, and I’ve poked through it quite a bit. I’ll be honest and say that I have selectively read […]
Updated: April 2nd, 2018 In an effort to make things a bit easier to recall and quicker to play across my various D&D 5E games, after any ongoing combats, the following Unified House Rules will be in use in all […]
In prior editions of D&D, visiting a Sage for information was an economical way to attain answers that the party needed. The other main option was to build a character who was focused on studying a given field and forfeiting their utility […]
For more details on the calendar used in The Lost Marches, you can check it out here: https://worldofdarkness.ca/?p=1037#The_Calendar_of_Insulia Our current game has begun in the month of the High Water (first month of Summer) In game dates for the Sunday, The […]
To Be Added to The Lost Marches Primer…. Introduction The Lost Marches lie on the bleeding edge of the wilderness. The countless Guilds, Noble Families, Merchant Alliances, and intrigues of the Civilized Lands have not yet fully spread to the Barony […]
Tacked up on a post, outside of the town of Limen, is a sign.