After a slow paced start to Lunchtime Lairs last week with much investigation, reaching out to contacts and trying to discover just what the hell was going on I had expected there to be a bit more action this week. I wasn't disappointed, from kick off axes slashed and heads rolled. Before I get into … Continue reading Lunchtime Lairs 2: Hack, slash, kill!
Dirk the Dice, master of all things Grognard and anchor stone of the Grognard Files collective kindly asked me to write an item for his blog about my resurgence back into the amazing world of RPG's. Chuffed, nay honoured to be asked, I put my metaphorical pen to paper and scribbled down some stuff which you … Continue reading When the Grogmaster calls…
Today myself and Andrew Clark (@DissectingWrlds) started Lunchtime Lairs, our attempt to fit in weekly short RPG sessions. The venue was Just Play in Liverpool, the time 12-2. As part of our planning we had decided on a generic fantasy setting and a simple system - The Black Hack - the idea being that all … Continue reading Lunchtime Lairs Session 1
November seems such a long time ago now, but I still have great memories of games played and people met at Grogmeet 17. Organised by Dirk the Dice, host of the Grognard Files podcast, this is an evening and full day RPG meetup in the heart of Manchester. For those who were unable to attend … Continue reading Virtual Grogmeet 18
Making a return for a second year DevaCon is a small and friendly tabletop gaming convention running out of the ever so posh Crowne Plaza in Chester. The event was organised by Stephanie McAlea, the owner of Stygian Fox who have published some amazing Call of Cthulhu material (as I don't GM Call of Cthulhu … Continue reading DevaCon 2018
As Grog's slowly awaken from their long hibernation, it's not only the fresh air of spring and the promise of summer that offer glorious days ahead, but also a quick scan over the convention calendar. April is shaping up to be a great month for gaming. On top of my regular games I'm been looking forward … Continue reading After the cold and dark months of winter