Category Archives: roleplaying

Fleamarket Special: Here There Be Dungeons & Dragons

It doesn’t happen often, but I’ve stumbled over roleplaying books at fleamarkets before. The most interesting find was probably stumbling over a handful of books in near mint condition for the anime-inspired roleplaying game Exalted a while back, which is a bit of … Continue reading

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Dungeons & Dragons: Sissy’s Story

My career as a roleplayer started off with me being the Dungeon Master in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. I’m not sure if I was a particularly good one, as I never felt as if I had a good handle on … Continue reading

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The Problem With Malkavians

The Malkavian are one of the thirteen vampire clans in the (popular but now defunct) roleplaying game Vampire: The Masquerade. Each vampire clan have their defining characteristics, like the Gangrel who are known for being feral loners, or the Toreador … Continue reading

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