This question comes in quite a bit and I am hearing about it more from other publishers lately. People message asking why .PDFs of published titles aren’t free or why their print version doesn’t come with a complementary .PDF. It seems like a simple thing to deliver a digital version of the book to a customer. The thinking is that the publisher doesn’t need to print and handle a physical product, so why charge? After all, the customer has to use their own resources to print all those pages. Read More
From the time my friends and I started playing D&D back in the 80’s until today we have been making house rules around level 1. Almost all other gaming tables I have encountered also have rulings and adjustments to levels 1-3. What follows are some of our general adjustments, but I would like to know how others deal with low level characters, if at all. Read More
The Yearly Artist Gathering at Gary Con is for artists, craftsfolk, and people interested in the art and artists of the RPG and Gaming or fantasy worlds that one may encounter at Gary Con. We talk art, draw, doodle, over drinks and snacks at the Bar / Lounge.
A regular drop-in event that has always proven to be fun. Last year was a mad hatter tea party! Who knows what will happen this year!?! don’t miss it.
This year we will revisit tea stains, but jump to paint perhaps. Revisit this page as we make plans and prepare.
When attending conventions, especially large ones like Gen Con, there are thousands of people in a little bit of space. Inevitably folks share germs, bugs, and sniffles even when they are healthy. In the Navy we called it “Creeping Crud”, convention goers know it as Con Crud. There are a few steps you can take to minimize the effects of Con Crud, The following is my tactic for any convention experience. Shared here in the hopes of helping my fellow con-goers. Read More