Maps Are Pretty

David McGrogan, over at RPG-babe-headquarters Monsters and Manuals, wrote a post about what a useful map is and what a useful map is not. It’s a good, quick read and you should read it before you read this post because I am going to attempt a cracking, scathing, muckraking takedown of everything he loves and holds dear.  

It’s Been Too Long

And it’s going to be longer. Sorry. I haven’t update this in a while and that’s because I have been swamped with Hex Kit. I totally skipped, like a fucking idiot, updating my site while working through the Hex Kit Kickstarter. And I’ve manage to sign myself up for so much work after getting Hex

The Future Of Hex Kit

HEX KIT IS AVAILABLE NOW AT WWW.HEX-KIT.COM A few days ago I started a thread on google plus about Hex Kit; I asked how useful some super light weight, hex mapping software would be. Generally people were way into the idea of Hex Kit getting it’s own software, since it isn’t compatible with existing software.

My debut as a writer of RPG things.

  LITERALLY. Today Insupposable Instruments is released on DriveThru RPG.  You can nab it here.  Rob tasked Nat Webb, Jerry LeNeave, Andrew Follet, and myself with writing the Demon Lord item book.  The 2e book of artifacts is one of my most favorite RPG books of ever, so I jumped at the chance.  In my head I