Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Free RPG Day PC’s, Part II
Here are four more PC’s that I created for the my Edge of the Empire game, that I ran for Free RPG Day. They can be used as beginning … Continue reading
Learning New Things Everyday June 2019.
For those of you who are new to DCotU I try to learn something knew each day and share what I learned and the day I learned it, with … Continue reading
Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Free RPG Day PC’s, Part I
Yester day was Free RPG day. I went down to Portland’s own Guardian Games and ran two sessions of Fantasy Flights Edge of the Empire. This is the Start … Continue reading
May the 4th Be With You Trivia: 2019 Edition
Happy May the Fourth. This of course is the day that nerds allover the globe, celebrate all things Star Wars. Over the last couple years, I have gone out … Continue reading
Learning New Things Everyday May 2018
So this is what I learned last month and the day I learned it. 1st – 1892’s Haunted castle is considered the first horror movie and the first vampire … Continue reading
The Heroines Journey: The Monomyth with a Feminine Prospective Part 2
It’s been nearly a year since I wrote The Heroines Journey: The Monomyth with a Feminine Prospective Part 1, and only now am I getting around to writing … Continue reading
How the West End Game’s RPG Changed the Star Wars Expanded Universe.
May the 4th be with You! OK, lets face it I will probably not get this out by midnight, so you are more than likely reading it on … Continue reading
Learning New Things Everyday February 2018
So, things got so busy last month I missed writing down all the new things I learned. Didn’t mean I didn’t T learn new things I just didn’t get … Continue reading
The Davie Awards Part 3.
OK, let’s continue with the awards with movies. Best Movie Blade Runner 2049. Not a perfect movie, but it was almost worth waiting 35 years for. It articulates beautifully … Continue reading
2017 Davies Part 2.
Yesterday I posted Part 1 of the 2017 Davies. I focused mainly on TV, today we are going to cover who I think are the winners this year in print, … Continue reading