Mad Brew takes a look at comic strips inspired by D&D from the old pages of Dragon & Dungeon magazines to Kobold Quarterly and the web.
Mad Brew serves up his insights on the inner workings of an effective villain. Caution: the introduction may not be suitable for some readers (those who flinch at gore).
The Labs presents another magical item for Pathfinder RPG, this time Mad Brew condensed the essence of a good night’s sleep into a shiny potion.
Mad Brew highlights some of very cool collaborative projects that currently happening in the four corners of the RPG Blogosphere. Come contribute!
The blogosphere is stepping up to plate and providing some awesome prizes while simultaneously creating some inspiring projects. If you haven’t seen some of the things the community is doing come take a look.
Mad Brew explores the advantages and disadvantages of implementing Level mechanics into a game and design decisions surrounding the use of Levels in his original rules system, Echelon.
In cooperation with Vulcan Stev’s hero-izing meme, Mad Brew reveals a fully statted version of himself using the Mutants & Masterminds 2nd Edition rules.
Mad Brew explores the health benefits of roleplaying. Scientific research supports the theory that play is just as vital as sleep and dreams, and roleplaying games cover all the core elements of play.
Mad Brew announces a poll that is happening on the RPG Blog II. The poll is there to generate discussion about the Top 25 RPGs of All Time. Get there and spread the word about your favorite games!
Wizards make a move to remove PDF sales from online retailers prompting other publishers to give some PDF love to its patrons. I applaud Wizards for giving us good deals on non-Wizards products.