Trail of Cthulhu: Bookhounds of London Episode 2

Trail of Cthulhu: Bookhounds of London Episode 2

Category : Actual Play
Date : October 4, 2016
What: Bookhounds of London Episode 2 When: 4 September 2016 Where: Wira Games & Hobbies     Wira Games and Hobbies has been very accommodating to our gaming group, setting aside tables that would otherwise be used for Warhammer miniatures so that we have a place to play. Although there is no table charge for roleplaying, there is limited space and we appreciate the generosity. Bookhounds of London Episode 2, Summary For the next...
What’s a tabletop roleplaying game (RPG)?

What’s a tabletop roleplaying game (RPG)?

Category : How We Roleplay
Date : October 3, 2016
Roleplaying is a uniquely intimate and powerful way to play. It lets us make stories that are personal yet universal. It’s a way to sit together with friends and explore strange worlds and epic histories that never were.   Maybe you’ve heard of the more famous roleplaying games (RPGs) like Dungeons & Dragons or Call of Cthulhu or Vampire: The Masquerade. Or perhaps you’ve played computer games inspired by the...
RPG 101: The Warren and Dungeons & Dragons

RPG 101: The Warren and Dungeons & Dragons

Category : Actual Play
Date : October 3, 2016
What: RPG 101 When: 2 September 2016 Where: All Aboard Community Gaming Centre     RPG 101 with Rabbits and a Farm of Doom After being contacted on Facebook by some young folk who wanted to learn to play RPGs, I arranged for a demo session one Friday night at All Aboard Community Gaming Centre. At heart, an RPG demo is about getting players to have fun playing in the story together. Although Chern,...
Trail of Cthulhu: Bookhounds of London Episode 1

Trail of Cthulhu: Bookhounds of London Episode 1

Category : Actual Play
Date : October 3, 2016
What: Bookhounds of London Episode 1 When: 27 August 2016 Where: Wira Games & Hobbies     Bookhounds of London Episode 1, Summary I’ve been a fan of Kenneth Hite’s Trail of Cthulhu RPG for years, and the Bookhounds of London supplement is perhaps the finest product ever written for ToC. Aside from an abortive attempt to run a Bookhounds game on Storium some years back, I’ve never had a chance to explore...
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