Dungeon Crawl Classics

"Probably your best table yet! Awesomeness!!!" ~ Forrest Aguirre The mystical phase-artistry of the robed classes shan't be denied! Those warrior types think they're so... more
I was inspired by the recently released 50 Shades of Vorpal enough to write this review and create the following d30 random table. Once per combat, a warrior (or any fighter-... more
Ever wonder what's inside that creature, entity, organism, cyborg, or whatever the Hell it is? Me, too. This idea came to me shortly after putting the finishing touches on... more
The majority of NPCs in fantasy RPGs will be peasants - poor, cowardly, degenerate, covered in shit, and nearly worthless when it comes to mighty deeds, conjuring firestorms, and... more
Ok, here's another truly random table. Check out the previous entry. Remember, there are no handy guidelines, parameters, or boundaries. This d6 table can result in pretty... more
Dungeon Crawl Classics has definitely left a mark on the hobby, and I have no doubt that Mutant Crawl Classics will do the same. DCC is one of the few OSR games that's come... more
I've been slowly working my way through the complete set of The Twilight Zone episodes on DVD. Obviously, it's great stuff. The Twilight Zone was an oasis of nightmare in... more
The Game Master should try to be as objective as possible (most of the time). Specifically, when he has knowledge that the characters he's managing, the NPCs, don't have. An... more
I've just re-watched the entire original series of Jonny Quest. One of my favorite episodes is called "The Invisible Monster." It left a strong impression on me as a child... more
A year ago, I ran The Islands of Purple-Haunted Putrescence at a convention. Towards the session's end, the PCs encountered a giant machine inspired by the computer that could... more
I was reminiscing about the session of D... more
I've long been a fan of Dungeon Crawl Classics and its Mighty Deeds rule. While GMs can routinely encourage players to fully describe their actions and think outside the box, it'... more