Ultimately though we fell into another pitfall, this one being repetition and boredom.
What if there was an app like Tinder that allowed you to find other players in your immediate areas looking for a game?
I mention the difficulty of BECMI because Keep on the Borderlands itself is also brutally hard, so when you stack the two of them on top of each other you create an experience that has most players
Here are a few ideas I thought up while working on my own Dungeons & Dragons campaign that you might like to sprinkle into your story.
I've seen some stuff, I've done some stuff, let me tell you what worked for me and some of the mistakes I made along the way.
Rise of the Runelords has a huge balancing problem. Not just in it's difficulty but also between combat and role-playing.
You can engage in a mystery in just about any RPG ruleset you care to mention, what makes Grey Cells different is it's designed from the ground up to revolve around mysteries and those who investigate them.
CanCan 2019 was hosted at the Exhibition Park in Canberra over the last weekend of January. Josh attended the event and caught up with a number of people for a chat.
"You've been invited to a party where everyone's dead. You're having a great time when you suddenly realise... you're dead too!"
With the right group of people (and the possibility of some booze as well) What's Your Number? has the potential to be an awful lot of fun with plenty of laughs.