Fate Character Generator

(Reposted from the Cursed By Dice podcast blog because I can and you should subscribe too) Sometimes coming up with FATE Core character is a challenge.  We'll have our character creation episode uploaded next week as we move to a new story arch and this episode will help elaborate on the challenge of making a … Continue reading Fate Character Generator


Cursed By Dice Episode Three Now Up

(I'm just going to copy/paste from the Cursed By Dice site, head on over for some behind the scenes stuff) Episode three is live!  This is the first episode to come out after our initial launch and it is a good one.  Shadow River's zombie plague is still a problem.  Billie Ron Hubbard is still … Continue reading Cursed By Dice Episode Three Now Up

Myth Battles 

The firstborn is really, really into Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.  Thank goodness, because that is one very good series of books, and the little human's interest in history (godly or not) is picking up.  Win win situation. As this is the current "it" item in our home, we're pretty inundated with … Continue reading Myth Battles 

The Wobbly Folding Gaming Table

My oldest is finally, finally at an age where board games are a real option for play.  This Christmas "Santa" gave him the wonderfully addictive and simple game Battle Sheep.  When the box was opened, the game was played for a solid two hours straight.  With each round taking just a few minutes, we played a … Continue reading The Wobbly Folding Gaming Table

Sky Dungeon: A Steampunk Airship Dungeon Crawler

Sometimes my wife wonders how I spend my time.  I often respond, "poorly". For your amusement, here is Sky Dungeon a Steampunk Dungeon Crawler.  Click here for the pdf rules and print stuff. Here's the intro text: Welcome, Captain! You have responded to our plea in the nick of time.  Our land is under constant threat from … Continue reading Sky Dungeon: A Steampunk Airship Dungeon Crawler

Steampunk Weekend DIY

With schools getting back into session this time of year I cannot help but think of homework.  Sitting up the night before a project is due, frantically writing an essay at two in the morning, helping X solve its own problems; you likely remember homework.  It sucked.  Still sucks. This week's list is dedicated to making … Continue reading Steampunk Weekend DIY

A Table Game for the Four Year Old

  In the grand search for something to keep the oldest entertained, we built a board game today.  The goal was simple; fun, solo if needed, and quick. The result was a disc flicking game of taking the player token and smashing it into opposing disc to send them off the board.  We themed it … Continue reading A Table Game for the Four Year Old