Tag Archives: roleplaying

6 Ways Tabletop Gaming Can Help Improve Your Writing


It’s no secret that I’m a pretty big fan of Pathfinder. I’ve been on both sides of the table, and enjoyed some really well thought out adventure paths and one-shots from a number of different perspectives. Regardless of the story … Continue reading

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Summoning Pt4


The guardsman steps into your personal space, reaching out a hand to grab at Azure’s lead as though to prevent you from running. He pats the horse’s neck, assessing you with quick and sharp eyes. He moves and assess like … Continue reading

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Summoning Pt3


The smith leads your freshly shoed horse, Azure, out from behind his shop. You examine his work and then nod in approval, passing over a silver for each shoe. The burly man takes the silver with a grunt, hefts its … Continue reading

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Summoning Pt2


Deciding it’s better to know what’s going on rather than not and have whatever is going on bite you in the ass, you rip open one end of the envelope and slide the letter out. Dearest…. Your presence is required … Continue reading

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Summoning: An Interactive Mini Series


Over the weekend, I rediscovered a childhood love. Have you ever read one of those choose your own adventure stories? The ones that have a little bit of story, and then a few options for you to choose from, and … Continue reading

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Words Every Fantasy Writer Should Know


Hubby and I started playing Pathfinder once a week shortly after we lost Eevee. I think it was the only thing our friends knew to do to keep us from completely retreating into ourselves and it worked well, all things … Continue reading

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