Nerdarchy friend and regular gamer in Nerdarchist Dave’s Gryphongaff game, Anthony Amato from Cardboard Fortress Games joined the daily live chat to talk nerdy. Amato is a graphic designer, illustrator and game designer. Along with fiance and longtime business partner Nicole Kline, they’ve created several tabletop games like RESISTOR_. He’s also contributed work to other games like Grow, designed artwork for the Tabletop Cooperative and is a regular at the Philly Game Forge’s dev night.
How would you like to be able to just build your dungeon room by room as you go? Would you like visual cues to help you design your dungeon while the group is not around? Well now you can with this easy deck of cards. They are double sided with a standard 3 by 3 tile on one side and a more interesting side on the other.
The Dungeon Explore Card Deck is a deck of 48 square tile cards each printed with detailed dungeon artwork. The cards use a 3×3 grid that can be interconnected by passageways and doorways to create an endless variety of combinations. Whether you play Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, or any other fantasy tabletop RPG system, this portable and affordable deck of cards will integrate right into your game.
While GMs are free to imagine up their own ways to use the Dungeon Explore Card Deck, here are a couple suggested ways to try them out.
I try not to share too many Kickstarter projects here, but every once and a while I feel that a project is
worth sharing. Over the years Dungeons and Dragons as well as Pathfinder have released a number of large or should I say gargantuan miniatures. Most of the miniatures I have that get big are Dragons.
Lets face it the game many of us play is called Dungeons and Dragons so why make the other stuff? We as players all want to face down the big bad monsters, save the world, get the treasure and save the girl.
The biggest monster that anyone has put out was the Colossal Red Dragon. It is a wondrous figure and I am happy to say that I do own one. The dragon can actually hold a standard size human in one claw and I typically store one there for fun.
But if you want to deal with something other than dragons what are you options. Not many and there
Nerdarchist Ted here and I am taking a small break with my Adding more class to your class series to bring you some last minute information. If you missed last weeks article about the monk you can check it out here.
Today I want you to look at the kickstarter for an amazing RPG that is coming to life. Conan. It is a household name, everyone, even those not into fantasy know this name brought to use by Robert E. Howard. Now you to can play the table top RPG and there is an amazing deal over on Kickstarter ending very soon.
Conan RPG as brought to us by Robert E. Howard
Hey Nerdarchists and Dice lovers. Sorry for the late article today we had a little snafu with the scheduling so this is me throwing something up there for you.
If you are a gamer like I am I am sure you love dice. I have more dice than I am willing to count in my gaming collection, that means dice that are not part of board game components. I can say without issue that the number is at least in the hundreds. And yet every time I come upon something new I am eager to add it to the collection.