This morning I embraced the fall – I took my laptop outside and lit up the rarely used outdoor fire pit to do a little
Category: Horror RPGs
When I first developed Insanity Cards I really wanted to run games in modern or historical settings and needed some bare-bones system to use them
Horror Adventure Design – Part 1
With the addition of Pax Unplugged, November is really feeling like the beginning of convention season for me. Even though I didn’t go to Carnage
Insanity Cards – Long Term Effects
While I’ve posted about using Insanity Cards with various different RPG systems, I’ve never really spoken about convention play vs. campaign play. Insanity Cards were
Insanity Cards – New Stuff!
I’m super excited to announce that starting this Sunday, October 27th, Mini Insanity Cards will be available via crowd sale on The Game Crafter! I
Horror in D&D
Dan and I have been trying to get in the habit of teasing the next week’s topic in each episode of Wandering DMs, but in
An Insane Video
I filmed this little unboxing video of a new product I’m thinking about releasing on The Game Crafter. Check it out!
Splitting the Party
“Don’t split the party” may in fact be the oldest adage in roleplaying. It has been passed down from gamer to gamer it seems since
Bryson Springs – More Props
In addition to character specific props, I created several more custom props for Bryson Springs such that once again I was barely able to make
Bryson Springs – The Characters
Bryson Springs comes with no pre-generated characters, so the major element I had to add when running it as a convention game was the characters.