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Bonding with my Family Through RPGs

A Miserable Little Pile of Diverse Interests My first in-person gaming group was an eight-man party consisting of my brothers and my cousins. I had been hesitant to introduce them to the hobby; my experience at the time involved faceless strangers over the internet through play-by-posts and virtual tabletops. But one…

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GM's Notebook, Maps, System Agnostic

Chateau Trintignant

I love maps. Especially maps made for role-playing games, and if that sounds like a niche offshoot of an already niche hobby then you would be right. There are many talented cartographers out there, some of whom you can find on the Map-Making in Games Google+ community. This map is my attempt…

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Dungeons & Dragons in the Classroom

Being a Student in South Korea Wake up at 7 a.m., walk to school, sit through your morning lectures, attend your after-school classes, run around the neighborhood with your friends, walk home, eat a quick dinner, rally yourself for your second round of education with private tutors, and finally settle…

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