Posted on

E54 YR1- Monstrous D&D Player Characters In Your Campaign Setting Yay or Nay Podcast

podcast

podcast

Episode 54 of Nerdarchy the Podcast Year One

Monsters as player characters is a topic that has come up in our campaigns over the years. There something about breaking mold by playing the monster.

Monstrous D&D Player Characters In Your Campaign Setting Yay or Nay

Monstrous D&D Player Characters In Your Campaign Setting Yay or Nay We are talking monstrous character in an adventuring party would you allow it as the dungeon master? Sometimes I do and sometimes I don’t allow races that aren’t in the players handbook.

Right now I’ve got two goblins along side all the the other races in the party. I know some game masters and players hate the idea of non standard races or monster races in their campaign worlds or settings. The question is how do you feel about it?

 

Posted on

E50 YR1- Finding a Character Vs Character Development in a Tabletop RPG Game| VR to SR2Joker and Juce Podcast

Episode 50 of Nerdarchy the Podcast Year One

This episode of the podcast is actually a video response to two of the different other YouTube Channels we made friends with early on.

Both still have plenty of content up for you to check out and enjoy. The links to both channels and be found below. Back in those days Nerdarchy did way more video responses. We still do one from time to time, but not as often as we used to in the past.

Finding a Character Vs Character Development in a Tabletop RPG Game| VR to SR2Joker and Juce

Finding a Character Vs Character Development in a Tabletop RPG Game| VR to SR2Joker and Juce

Tabeletop Gaming with Juce-Here

SR2Joker- Here

Nerdarchy delves into another discussion sparked by some great RPG YouTubers SR2Joker and Tabeletop Gaming with Juce. So the discussion is on how to best create or develop a character for a role-playing game?

Do you create their back story whole clothe right from the get go or do you just do a bare bones outline and fill in the blanks during game play. Even if you create the whole story is there room for character growth or is it basically done?

We tear into our methodology of character development and our opinion of static characterizations versus character growth over the course of a campaign arc in a RPG Game.

 

Posted on

Top Ten Gaming Stereotypical Roleplayers

Here we go again. I like top tens. They have a certain charm to them. Being a gamer, I get to see a lot of roles played by an amazing variety of people such as yourself. I know that they can be good, bad, or just plain hilarious. Can you think of the various role players you have seen at your table? I am sure if you think hard enough, something your great mind is highly capable of doing, you can match up at least a few of those listed below with your table. In no particular order, here is the repeated role player types I have seen. Some of these I like, and some I do not. Though I would love to hear your opinions and stories on such. Continue reading Top Ten Gaming Stereotypical Roleplayers

Posted on

10 Things You Don’t Need to Know About Your RPG Character

There’s a certain kind of player, and I myself am one, who just wants to know everything about their character and has a tendency to overthink it. If you’re one of those, this article is for you. None of these are things you absolutely have to know the answers to, but they can be fun to think about. So if you’re the kind of player who spends way too much away-from-table time thinking about your PC, have fun with this.

1 – What does your character smell like?

Continue reading 10 Things You Don’t Need to Know About Your RPG Character

Posted on

Five Questions for Your RPG Character: Secrets, Fears and Memories

It’s probably safe to say most of us have been in that moment where you go around the table at the beginning of the game and introduce your character. You talk about what they look like. Some people go into detail about what their character is wearing, their mannerisms, some might grab sensory details like how the smell of smoke clings to her when she passes by. Others leave it at “I’m an elven rogue”, and that’s okay, too. Regardless, the party still sees how they generally conduct themselves after a few hours of game time. Continue reading Five Questions for Your RPG Character: Secrets, Fears and Memories