Thanks to a very thoughtful Christmas gift, I have been obsessively replaying the original Mass Effect trilogy and ruminating on what it's like to play all three games.
Join us this Saturday, January 22, as the new Blizzard Watch D&D campaign starts worldbuilding in its Session Zero
If you missed the weird adventures of our original D&D campaign, you're in luck because we're kicking off a new game with a session zero this weekend, on Saturday, January 22 at 2:30 PM Central on the Blizzard Watch Twitch channel.
Are you ready for the weekend?
I am a cuteness purveyor of my word.
Back in the late 1990s/early 2000s, Blizzard had several TTRPG products out -- from licensed Diablo properties from Wizards of the Coast themselves to the Warcraft/ World of Warcraft Roleplaying Game.
Sure, Mordenkainen's Monsters of the Multiverse is a monster book -- it's right there in the title -- but it also serves as an one-stop collection and update for a host of playable races from previous Dungeons and Dragons sources, and it does a lot more than simply republish them.
I've been mulling this one over ever since the president of Square Enix, Yosuke Matsuda, penned this missive on the subject, and I'm no closer to a real understanding of how it is a good idea to move away from the model of people playing games because they are an enjoyable pastime and towards a model that says you should be playing games to get a tangible reward.
I'm legally blind, the result of a condition called retinopathy that is causing the blood vessels in my retina to, well, explode.
I don't know about y'all, but I'm ready for the weekend.
Hedgehogs are so adorable.