Role Playing Games Archive
I like dice, especially weird and unusual ones, so naturally I liked the look of these ones.
I had to scroll back to page 21 to find the start of 2017 on the ATGN website, so that means about 200 articles where published this year, almost four a week.
Back in March this year, Q-Workshop collaborated with Chaosium to put up a Kickstarter for a set of metal Call of Cthulhu dice. I already had a couple sets of Cthulhu dice from Q-Workshop, but I didn't
Different and alien enough to be interesting, but familiar enough not to ostracize players and with an interesting dice roll and magic system that lends itself to some truly epic storytelling moments.
If you couldn't attend this year, definitely start making plans to attend next year. PAX Australia is definitely one heck of an adventure for a tabletop gamer.
TL;DR - Do some research before you start filling in hex squares on the map.
If I was to be dismissive, I’d say that Tomb of Annihilation is what you get when your DM decides to chuck The Tomb of Horrors onto the back-end of 1981’s The Isle of Dread, whilst indulging
The deliberation appears to be whether or not one should attend the event if their focus is purely on the tabletop aspect of gaming with little to no interest in the video game side of things.
Rolling gold Spinifex, red dirt, faded green trees, and intense blue skies don’t sound like the kind of place you would play Dungeons & Dragons in.
So what tabletop gaming do you collect? Why? And what are some tips you can offer others also looking to build (or rebuild) a collection?