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Maintaining the Horror Campaign: Chapter 6

The one about the Cliffhangers – Chapter 6 Maintaining the Horror Campaign is a series of articles intended to not only make your players afraid of the dark, but to keep them in a state of fear through the length of a campaign.  The Introduction , Chapter 1 ,  Chapter 2,  Chapter 3, Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 can be read … Continue reading

Dungeons and Dragons 4yoE (Four-Year-Old Edition)

As gamers age (And trust me, D&D is over 30 years old, they are ageing plenty), more gamers want to introduce the hobby to their children. There have been some notable attempts at this, such as RPGkids, but I decided to take an even simpler approach when playing with my cousin who just LOVES dragons. … Continue reading

The New Look

Welcome to Autumn everyone! David is back from his writing vacation, JM just rocked us with a series on the Horror Campaign in RPGs, and Josh has been tweeting up a storm (or at least a squall) while indulging in games as of late. I thought it was time for a refreshed look and this … Continue reading

What I Did On My Summer Vacation

Hey, it’s me, David. Remember me, one of the original writers for Guilt Free Games? I know you all might think John-Michael is the showrunner now since Josh and I haven’t posted anything in months. While I was distracted by other things (work, writing a novel…video games), JM did an admirable job of keep the … Continue reading

Maintaining the Horror Campaign – Chapter 5

The Best Day Ever, or Why, Mr. Whedon, Why! – Chapter 5 Maintaining the Horror Campaign is a series of articles intended to not only make your players afraid of the dark, but to keep them in a state of fear through the length of a campaign.  The Introduction , Chapter 1 ,  Chapter 2,  Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 can … Continue reading