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The race to replace 5e

So “Dungeons & Dragons”, as we currently know it, is in its waning days. In September, the Players Handbook, the first of the three core rulebooks for the 2024 edition of D&D, will be released. Yes, I know “Wizards of the Coast” insists this is just an update to the current 5th edition rules from […]

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Console Supremacy

So this is going to be a bit of a controversial take, but the PC Master Race is dead. Long Live the Console Peasants! Here’s the thing: I have been a longtime member of the PC “Master Race” for decades, as I used to build my own gaming rigs, bought some premade gaming laptops, and […]

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Roleplaying on the Road

So My Lovely Brideā„¢ and I will be taking a series of road trips this year, to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary. We will be spending many long hours driving through a variety of locales in the western United States, and while our primary activity will be sight-seeing, there will be times when I expect […]

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New Year, New Ship [SPOILERS]

Okay, so I’ve been playing “Starfield” since early September, when it officially launched on Xbox Game Pass. In that time, I have made multiple characters, as well as dozens upon dozens of different ships, because I find the ship building minigame to be among the most satisfying aspects of the game. Of course, if you […]

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The Truth about D&D

I’ll make this short and sweet: “Dungeons & Dragons” is the greatest roleplaying game on the market. They won. It’s over, and the competition never really had a chance. That’s it. As much as I love independent roleplaying games, and want to see them succeed, it should be obvious to everyone now that there really […]

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Leaving the island behind

I’m going to keep this short and sweet: I’m done with “Animal Crossing: New Horizons“. After playing it damn near every day for the last three years and eight months, I have decided to set the game aside, and do something else… Namely, play “Starfield“. Why? Well, I could go into a variety of reasons […]