How I use Obsidian for Dungeons and Dragons games

After exploring Notion and Dynalist for my game preparation for Dungeons and Dragons games, I’ve settled on Obsidian for Dungeons and Dragons games, as my preferred tool. There are other amazing tools for sure. This is the one that best fits how I like to prepare my games, and I thought I’d share that in…… Continue reading How I use Obsidian for Dungeons and Dragons games

I popped on to the Book Depository site to check out the availability of the D&D Monster Manual, and spotted a 12 year old edition: I don't think I ever used that older edition, it's not available, but I still felt a little tempted!  Even though I prefer digital formats when it comes to… Continue reading Tempted by an older Monster Manual edition

Just geek out and walk

Photo by Quang Nguyen Vinh

I just went out for a walk in a nearby park. That shouldn’t be particularly noteworthy except for the times we find ourselves in. What made the walk especially enjoyable (well, aside from being out in glorious weather), was the opportunity to just geek out over this interview with Felicia Day on the Id10t podcast…… Continue reading Just geek out and walk

Jocks playing Dungeons and Dragons

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When you think about the types of people who play the game, you probably don’t think of jocks playing Dungeons and Dragons, but they do. The stereotypical DnD player is probably a pimply teenager in their basement, or something, but this doesn’t give you an accurate picture of who is playing the game these days…… Continue reading Jocks playing Dungeons and Dragons

My son stumbled into emacs … to play Tetris

My son is a Tetris fan lately. He’s competing with my friend in South Africa (they’re both playing the same game, and sending boasting screenshots by WhatsApp). He came to me with his laptop (actually mine, I’ve loaned it to him) over the weekend, excited to show me how he’s playing Tetris on the MacBook…… Continue reading My son stumbled into emacs … to play Tetris