How to Play Dungeons and Dragons Online
There are lots of ways to play Dungeons and Dragons (or other table top role playing games) online. With Roll 20, or Fantasy Grounds, or many of the other dedicated services out there. (If you have a favourite, please leave a comment!)
Designing D&D Characters
I wanted to give 3D sculpting a try, so I found an open source program called Sculptgl. It has both […]
Dungeons and Dragons 3D Printed
Since July 2018, I’ve been running a Dungeons and Dragons game at my library. As a Digital Services tech, I’ve […]
Author Event at the Richmond Public Library
For you local folks, I’ll be doing an author event at the Richmond Public Library on October 3, from 4-5:00PM. Topic: Writing Dungeons and Dragons-style.
If you have the time, it would be great to see you there. Please consider registering!
Dungeons and Dragons and Creative Writing
When I was 14 years old, I ran a weekly D&D game with my friends and had to come up with stories–sometimes on the fly. The purpose of D&D is that you have a storyteller, known as the Dungeon Master, who narrates the story to the players. This includes the setting, plot, and non-essential characters. The players are the ones who tell the Dungeon Master what the essential characters do–and as any writer knows, your characters can often screw up your intentions for the plot.