What are the four worst barbarian subclasses?
After the Island Empire fell, the seas were lost.
In this series’ first entry, I looked at how RPG combat can serve the story.
I love reading roleplaying games.
I love to review new entries to the roleplaying genre, but sometimes we must look to the old classics as well.
FAITH* is a space-opera roleplaying game from the folks over at Burning Games.
Classes have been in roleplaying games for as long as there have been roleplaying games.
This Star Trek RPG needs a lot of work for not much reward.
Six ways that RPG systems end up feeling less like immersive journeys and more like math class.
How do you know when someone gets to do something?
This crime-ridden RPG has bright spots, but complex dice rolling and ease of success drag it down.
This RPG's world is fun to explore, but a pain to act in.
Another week brings us a brand new guest host, Fay Onyx of Writing Alchemy.
The dogs have fun playing, but they'd take another playground over the vineyard.
Roll for spookiness, for this week Wes returns to discuss cosmic horror in roleplaying games.
This Victorian RPG runs out of steam early—and there's not much of a light at the end of its tunnel.
This cosmic fright RPG is strong out of the gate—or slowly unraveling fracture in spacetime.