Episode 37 of Nerdarchy the Podcast Year One. This is our very first ever live stream with a questions and answers format. At this point we had streamed games using Google Hangouts. Most of which were Dungeons and Dragons, but we hadn’t ever did one of our talk about live videos at this point. Funny […]
Episode 35 of Nerdarchy the Podcast Year One. We’ve got another world building episode. This time we look at monsters in your fantasy world and how they can shape your campaign setting. How to Build a Campaign World| Beware Of Monsters| Game Master Tips Game Master Tips| How to Build a Campaign World| Beware Of […]
Episode 34 of Nerdarchy the Podcast. Here is one of our early discussions delving into the nature of D&D terms like adventurer. Or at least the way they are used in tabletop rpgs. Adventure has become this weird medieval fantasy career path. Role Playing Tips Dissecting the Adventurer’s Career Path In RPG Games Role-Playing Tips- […]
Here we are at episode 33 of Nerdarchy the Podcast Year One. Here is another one of our world building videos. Here we work on the Deities & Demigods in our campaign setting. How to Build a Campaign World| Deities & DemiGods| Game Master Tips Game Master Tips| How to Build a Campaign World| Deities […]
Episode 22 of the Nerdarchy Year One podcast. This is one that I believe was requested. The Nerdarchy recommended reading list. So we go over some our favorite sci/fantasy books that have inspired us during our gaming over the years. Nerdarchy’s Recommended Reading Sci-Fi/Fantasy For Better Role-Playing Games Nerdarchy’s Recommended Reading Sci-Fi/Fantasy For Better Role-Playing […]
Episode 19 of Nerdarchy the podcast Year One. Here we actually do a wrap video after our 1st 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons Game. It’s the normal crew plus our buddy Mark who is playing in the game with us. What Happens After The GamePlay| Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition Wrap Video 5th Edition Dungeons […]
Wow episode 18 of Nerdarchy the Podcast Year One. This one we dive back into the dungeon with another game master tips. This time we are talking about and discussing dungeon crawls. Exploring Dungeon Crawls In Tabletop Role-Playing Games| Game Master Tips Game Master Tips| Exploring Dungeon Crawls In Tabletop Role-Playing Games Dungeon crawls are […]
Welcome to another episode of Nerdarchy Year One the podcast. This may very well be one of our longest D&D videos that isn’t a game play or Live Chat. This time we are having one of very wizard discussions. This conversation spans our breath of gaming from AD&D to the very beginning of 5th Edition […]
Time for another podcast mash-up with two of our Year one vids put together into one podcast. This time we have Game Master Tips combined with a Dungeons and Dragons Monsters. On one hand we have an NPC episode and a episode about the monster- choker. Leveling UP Your Non-Player Characters Also Known As The […]
We continue the Nerdarchy Podcast experiment with episode 6. These are our early videos from the Nerdarchy YouTube Channel Year One. As the series of the videos continues so does the quality of the sound and video. Player Character Tips |Character Builds| Table Top Role-Playing Games Discussion Panel Table Top Role-Playing Games Discussion panel| Player […]
The man behind the books Author Fred Saberhagen (1930-2007) must have been a busy person. Not only was he the creator of the Berserker series of science fiction tales, the Dracula sequence of novels, the Books of the Gods series, and a number of video games, but he was also the man responsible for The Book […]
Writers of history A while back I was in an online forum filled with fellow writers. The majority of writers and authors on the site were thriller and romance writers … the “acceptable” genres. While there I noticed a posting about historical fiction, asking what are some favorite historical novels and short stories. I started salivating […]
Once upon a time, just about anyone could be an explorer. Little more than a hundred years ago, there were still places on this Earth which had not been reached, or had been reached by very few. In those days, just about any man or woman could set out to trek off into unknown territories. […]
A brief look at fantasy During the last century, numerous authors and editors and fantasy fiction fans have pondered the different sub-genres of fantasy literature. Today the numerous sub-genres come in many shades, but there was a time not so long ago when the majority of fantasy literature was less diverse.
Have you read plenty of fantasy literature over the years? Do you think you know your stuff? If so, take the quiz below to find out just how much you really know or don’t know. And don’t worry, as you can find the quiz answers here.