Browsing All Posts published on »September, 2012«

The Scramble (How to Run a Game at the Last Minute)

September 21, 2012 by


I’ve been busy. That’s not an explanation for my lack of blog posts, it’s just a fact.  Nobody likes being too busy to do the things that they enjoy, especially for us gamers who get into a habit of being able to sit around a table and roll some dice once or twice a week. […]

Dungeons and…Sex?

September 20, 2012 by


I’ve been procrastinating on writing this post for some time now, because it’s intimidating. But then again, I have to follow my own advice, don’t I? So here goes: In the immortal words of Salt n Pepa, let’s talk about sex. I can describe an axe entering a human skull in great explicit detail and […]

Lessons Learned From 4th (keep and lose part 2)

September 18, 2012 by


Last time we discussed the non-mechanical, world building elements that Wizards brought to DnD with Fourth Edition. While I’ve already shared a bit of my dissatisfaction with 4th’s system, I’d like to get a bit more specific about my feelings on the mechanics of the Edition, with another installment of Keep and Lose: KEEP: 1. […]

Character Building 101: Where Do I Start?

September 17, 2012 by


Hello everyone. My name is Tyler, and my good friends Kyle and Alex have graciously allowed me to share some insights on character creation and story aspects of roleplaying (because I pestered them into letting me do it). Since so much of The Dungeon Remastered focuses on (excellent) advice for DM’s, I thought a post […]

Random Encounter? A New Writer Attacks the Heroes!

September 17, 2012 by


While my updating has been spotty of late (a post for later), it is my pleasure to inform all of the visitors to our site that a brand new writer now swears his pen and keyboard to our cause. Tyler is one of the most dedicated player’s that I’ve ever had the pleasure of gaming […]

The Alignment System

September 11, 2012 by


So alignments are pretty silly. They have pretty much no impact on my games whatsoever. They’re an antiquated, limiting system. But I still love applying them to things; I love Alignments charts of Batman, Scrubs, Battlestar, whatever! In fact, I love them so much, I went ahead and made my own chart. As a man […]


September 5, 2012 by


May you only roll 20s today.