• Word of the Week: Crennelation

    Crennelation is defined as 1) having battlements 2) indented, having notches. Castle walls often have a raised and lowered pattern on the top of their walls. This helps castle guards defend the castle wall with the bonus...

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  • Ogres of Nordoon and Mt. Revenge

    I have been running some quickie dungeons which have actually taken longer to play out than I expected. The kobolds and goblins of the Cave Bandits game gave a good run for their money (free) against 4,...

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  • Word of the Week: Banal

    Banal means lacking of originality, ordinary, commonplace… What? We are at the Inn, again?! Possibly Related Posts: Evolution of the Goblin Word of the Week: Portcullis Spent 40hrs Driving Last Weekend, Game on the Brain Word of...

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  • Evolution of the Goblin

    I had a blast over New Years playing Pathfinder at the New Years Con in Orlando FL. I played four games and made 2nd level after the 3rd. It was my forth game that inspired this post,...

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  • Evolution of the Goblin

    I had a blast over New Years playing Pathfinder at the New Years Con in Orlando FL. I played four games and made 2nd level after the 3rd. It was my forth game that inspired this post,...

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  • Word of the Week: Portcullis

    Portcullis is a sliding (colic) gate (port). It is often found in castles or dungeons to prevent passage. These are very hard to “break down” because they are made of metal bars that slide up and down...

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  • Spent 40hrs Driving Last Weekend, Game on the Brain

    Ok the wife talked me into a holiday road trip 20hrs up, and 20hours down, with two days layover timed for X-mas eve and Day; all to visit my father-in-law in the nursing home. What does a...

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  • Word of the Week: EPIPHANY

    Since last weeks word was Machinate (to scheme), I thought I’d follow up with epiphany. A famous epiphany was when Archemedes realized how to estimate the the volume of a given mass while he was in the...

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  • Word of the Week: MACHINATE

    Machinate is to plan, contrive or devise a scheme or plot. All good games usually have an underlying plot that links to future adventures. Most games I have been in have a plot that our party is...

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  • The Unfortunate Ransomers

    Another quick intro dungeon for Pathfinders/3.5 peoples in particular. This one involves hobgoblins, 3-4 of them, who just took up shop near a town. They were supposed to deliver a ransom note to the town, but got...

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