The Labs kicks off a new min-series on Roleplaying Philosophy. This edition explores gamer elitism, its origins, and the roleplaying cycle.
Mad Brew has some corrections that eliminates any reasons not to buy Alpha Omega, the new Sci-Fi RPG from Mind Storm Labs. He also plugs his collaboration with The Core Mechanic & At-Will.
Alpha Omega may be the next Sci-Fi RPG you play. AO backs up incredible looks with solid game mechanics and a kick-ass setting. Come see what Mad Brew has to say about it.
Mad Brew’s sardonic introspection on the terrors of finding a new gaming group. What does he look for in a group, why he tends to piss people off, and his new “Looking for” ad.
Mad Brew concludes his three part series on RPG Blogging by providing basic writing tips, references, and a look under the hood of his Wordpress install.
The Labs has collected pop songs in the key of Cthulhu as a follow-up to its Cthulhu Christmas Carol post. May these tunes seep into your mind and plant the seeds of insanity!
Mad Brew is disgruntled about certain periodicals missing from his mailbox, but takes heart knowing the the former Dragon and Dungeon magazines publisher, Paizo, is finding their path with their evolution of 3.5.
Mad Brew continues his three part essay, RPG Blogging Tools, with methods of blog promotion and ways to measure success. He welcomes the RPB Blogging community to chime with their experiences, preferences, and tips.
Mad Brew begins his three part essay, RPG Blogging Tools, with an introduction to RPG Blogging, hosting choices, and various blogging platforms. He welcomes the RPB Blogging community to chime with their experiences, preferences, and tips.
Mad Brew is caroling outside the Labs and the next stop is your house, only these carols may drive you insane. The Labs has collected some outrageous carols in the key of Cthulhu for your singing pleasure.