Hello, fellow friends of the gaming community! The month of February’s RPG Blog Carnival is being hosted by my good friend and general ally in weirdness, Doctor Necrotic, over at Daemons and Deathrays. The theme tackles the subject of time in it’s many different broad terms and … Continue reading February Blog Carnival: Time Marches On
Hello, pixies and sprites!
I do have to apologize for being so quiet as of late. I’ve been rather uninspired to create much lately, not to mention life has been getting in the way, including both a new Dungeons and Dragons campaign for the Flumph Cast YouTube channel and a job, and just general craziness that reality won’t let me ignore.
So, I’m going to ask you of the Internet: what would you like to see on the blog? Class options? Backgrounds? Reviews? More playable races? I am always up for ideas to spark creativity in me!
Again, hopefully I’ll get out of this slump sooner rather then later.
Hello, pixies and sprites, to the year 2018! With the new year comes the close of Pitfalls and Pixie’s playing host to the RPG Blog Carnival for December. The theme of literature was the month’s topic, so a big thank you to the handful of … Continue reading On To A New Chapter: The Blog Wrap-Up
Hello, pixies and sprites, and welcome to December! I must admit, I don’t update the blog as much as I used to and even more rare do I stick to a theme, but after discovering a manga/anime series that I fell in love with, I … Continue reading The Lady of Thorns: ‘The Ancient Magus’ Bride’ Homebrew
Wizards know the allure of parchment-filled tomes: after all, it is here where their most prized and powerful spells are. Not only for those who learn the magic that course through the realms, books are gateways to knowledge previously not known or misunderstood. They invoke … Continue reading December RPG Blog Carnival: It’s In A Book
Good evening, pixies and sprites! I know I’ve been absent for a while now, but alas! Real life seems to suck the fun out of everything. Due to the month of October being full of witches, vampires and general spookiness, the theme of this month’s … Continue reading Oddities and the Occult: Cryptoids for 5th Edition
Let me add before this that I love characters who use bow and arrow. I think they’re a lot more classy then a person who just swings a longsword around with reckless abandon. A well-placed arrow can eliminate a threat far before the Barbarian can … Continue reading Shoot for the Stars: 5E’s Issue with Archers