Hello again, Nerdarchist Ted bringing you some insights into the wonderful world of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters. Today I would like to enlighten you about Demons and Devils.
Now I am certain you are saying that is quite a large bite and our normal span of article length would not be enough to cover all the possibilities of demons and devils. Worry not, I am going to stick to the concepts of demons and devils and not get into the specific types.
Hello present and future fans of Weird Al. It is I again your Nerdarchist Ted. It is new music day and with that comes the release of Weird Al’s new album – Mandatory Fun.
I have been a Weird Al fan for many of years and have all of his albums. I have had the pleasure of seeing him twice in concert and he really puts on a fantastic show.
Hello my fans out there, It is I Nerdarchist Ted with another exciting edition of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters.
Today we are going to talk about the Burrowing Bulette (pronounced boo-lay). The Bulette is a magical beast and is commonly referred to as a land shark.
It has the ability to burrow in soft soil and actually has a burrow speed. Now though it posses an animal intelligence and has its similarities to trolls in that it only lives to eat and breed. You need not use it as a mindless strait forward killing machine.
Hello fellow gamers out there. It is I Ted, your Nerdarchist for this article and today we get to talk about the Forest.
Whether you are playing Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder RPG, or any other Fantasy Role Playing Game, the forest will almost always come up in your game.
If you think back to when you were little the world was a large and terrible place. When things are so much bigger than you it is imposing.
Hello gamers out there. I have the first in a new series of posts for you — Tricky Dungeons & Dragons Terrain. Here we get to examine the elements of nature so you can use them against your players and maybe make them think twice about stepping outside next time. Today we will focus solely on the swamp terrain with other terrains coming later. Feel free to mix up elements if you think it would work in other areas as well.
Hello Fans it is Ted and hopefully welcome back to another edition of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters. Today I will hopefully broaden your horizons in the views of the Voracious Troll.
Trolls are often used as just mindless killing machines, hell bent on killing and eating and the D&D Monster Manual says that they can be used as just that, but there is no reason to stop at what the book says.
Hello my fellow nerds out there. It looks like my columns are becoming more a regular here, It is I Nerdarchist Ted. While I should have spent the day at Wizard World Philly, life intervened and forced me in another direction.
I am glad it was as I was able to attend the Mystic Realms Fantasy Faire in Wheaton Villiage and what a day it was. Apart from dipping my feet back into the LARP well where my larping originated it was a good show.
As always with the Mystic Realms Fantasy Faire you have a mix of stage shows and vendors, but in addition to that you have a number of interactive places to visit as well as many cool people in costumes.
In this edition of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters I’d like to talk to you about Mimics. There are many ambush creatures in the various books of monsters, but there is a surprising lack of info in this very useful and deadly creature: The Mimic.
Now many of you have probably touched a statue holding a large gem or a massive treasure chest and got stuck. You then had a battle that either your friends had to fight for you, because you were stuck or you assisted in the battle and probably were victorious and then spent the next three sessions being super careful checking every lever, door, chest, and bizarre object so it does not happen again.
Hello my fellow gamers out there.
Do you play Tabletop RPGs or board games only with the rules out of the book or box?
If you do you are missing something great.
House rules be they in a tabletop rpg or board games offer many good and bad additions to the game. So be careful if you decide to go down that road. It is possible that if you make significant changes to a game you can alter the creators intent or completely remove the challenge that is implied with the rules.
However with subtle game play changes to your tabletop rpg or board game you can make something that you already enjoy that much better.
Hey fellow Role-Players. Let me introduce you to a new role-playing game as I was just introduced to the Paranoia RPG. Before we get started you need to know that Friend Computer is watching so you had better be happy and better not do anything that could be construed as Treason.
Battle Of The Electric Vikings Update:
Sadly it didn’t kick, but it’s been relaunched as of 7/7/2014. So we can still make this awesome game a reality. All the pledge levels have been revamped. The links in this article have been switched out to the relaunch. If nothing else go check out the cool video that Black Slither Games put together- Here
ARE YOU READY TO ROCK!!!!! Hey all it is your loyal Nerdarchist Ted. And this time I get to introduce you to the wonderful game of Battle of the Electric Vikings. What pray tell is this, you might ask. Well let me explain.
Hello my fellow Nerds out there. It is I, Ted your Nerdarchist for this report. I have just got back from the wonderful convention of the fifth annual Steampunk World’s Fair and as always it was wonderful. If you are not familiar with what steampunk is it is what happens when Goths meet brown or better described as an alternate history where electricity never took off. Copper and brass are your dominant metals and things are powered by steam and gears. You can “steam” anything by making it the right color metal and adding gears and/or a steam-vent. The fashion sense is typically in the Victorian setting where people are usually wearing hats, even the guys.