October 2017 Blog Carnival – Superstitions! This month’s RPG Blog Carnival is hosted by Of Dice & Dragons. Superstitions can be based in mythology, folklore, or local legends and can range from the mundane, such as covering mirrors after a death in the family, to the exotic, say chewing gum after dark turns into human […]
Since time before the charlatan they called Christ walked the deserts outside Babylon, I have fed upon the terror and the bones of unruly children. My legend is immortal and I shall continue to feast on disobedient pups and wash my feet in their blood. Though my reputation ensures many a child grows into honorable adults, I fear that there are too many bad apples for me to sink my teeth into. Alas, though my power holds, its reach is not far enough and this world shall forever grow worse under the ravages of bad seed.
This month’s blog carnival is about growing the RPG hobby. How can we do it? Do we even need to try?
Mad Brew rounds up all the contributions for June’s RPG Blog Carnival: Steampunk & Klokwerks.
Mad Brew lays down som goals for 2009 as well as making some interesting predictions for the RPG Industry and the Blogosphere. Do you agree, if not what do you think will happen? What would you like to see happen?
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 tackles the topic of Religion for the fourth installment of the RPG Blog Carnival. He delves into creating pantheons and constructs a tribute to the Crs’Tchen Debacle of Dragon Magazine [Retold by The Core Mechanic].
This month’s RPG Carnival is being hosted by Donny the DM over at The Fine Art of the TPK, also known as the Flumph Sanctuary. The topic is homebrew. Homebrew is a topic right at home here at the Labs, since the initial reason I started this blog was to document the brewing of my own […]
Jonathan @ The Core Mechanic has put forth the idea of having an RPG Carnival. An RPG Carnival would entail several blogs, such as members of the RPG Bloggers Network, writing up articles on a topic specified by the current host blog. The host blog would rotate between participant blogs after each topic comes to […]