This idea started as a twitter thread. I started listing the various settings of D&D. That was both useful and a reminder of the limits of Twitter. What I ran into was the limited character count of twitter. This made me abbreviate the list in places where I shouldn’t have. I also failed to list a couple of major items. This post is part of my attempt to be more thorough.
As a slight change of pace, I decided to review some books I have read recently. I do read things beyond game books. I know it comes as a surprise. I felt like I had things to say about these books and recommendations to make. I enjoyed these 4 books and thought I would share my thoughts on them with you. I am unlikely to waste time on books I didn’t enjoy, after all. Continue reading
This is my long-promised review of the Immortal Rules for D&D. It is a less explored portion of D&D. I will be curious if any of my viewers have ever actually played them.
I think I will review something non D&D in the near future. Any suggestions will be appreciated. The next subject will be a breakdown of the history of crossover between comics and RPG’s. That may take a few episodes actually because there is a lot of crossover.