Articles by Travis Williams
I've never held tabletop dexterity games in very high regard.
Sometimes a game's art absolutely demands your attention.
I've played a LOT of cooperative dungeon-crawling board games over the years.
Over the years I have played a metric truckload of cooperative board games, and cooperative dungeon crawlers in particular.
Die Hard is one of my favorite, if not my absolute favorite, movies of all time.
I used to be a Magic: The Gathering fanatic. Cracking packs, chasing rares, drafting at every opportunity ... I was an absolute fiend.
Even though its gameplay is relatively simple, we've always had a soft spot in our hearts the various versions of Talisman over the years.
Die Hard is a Christmas movie. If you believe otherwise then you are simply wrong.
Creating a character is almost certainly the first step that any tabletop RPG player is going to take when preparing to play in a brand new tRPG campaign.
The more Pathfinder Second Edition goodies I get my hands on the more I like the system, and the Bestiary is no exception to that trend.
Pathfinder and Pathfinder Second Edition present a weird alternate-universe feel when compared with one another.