Author Archives: Mike Page
Normally as a GM I avoid random encounters like the plague – I’m too much of a control freak with regard to my adventures, meaning that I’m also a veteran rail-roader (though I’m trying hard not to be). Today though … Continue reading
So our summer hiatus is nearly over and I’m getting our group ready to get back to the table, back to the story. I’ve reminded the party members where they’d got to (after I reminded myself). It sounds as though … Continue reading
Well actually it’s wargaming, but Warhammer got a mention on the BBC website today. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-17274186
I tried something new today. Actually I tried several new things; NPC face cards, item cards, putting on a Welsh accent that kept drifting off into Pakistani and prepping three of my players with independent dreams with a view to … Continue reading
I tend to compartmentalise my life quite a bit and don’t allow much crossover. Here’s a quick peek over the edge of the Game Geek compartment into the Photographer compartment: The rest of Saturday’s photos can be seen here. Enjoy!
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It’s not going to win any prizes, but here’s a little something I penned in honour of Gelert the hound, hero of a traditional Welsh tale. The hound give name to the picturesque village of Beddgelert (Gelert’s grave) in Snowdonia. … Continue reading
Since I’ve got back into the RPG hobby (a little over two years ago), I’ve found that the game has changed considerably since my AD&D days in the mid 80s. For a start the number of game systems has exploded … Continue reading