Maintaining the Horror Campaign – Chapter 4

Chapter 4 – Player death and you: Killing the characters. 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 and Chapter 3 can be read at … Continue reading

Maintaining the Horror Campaign – Chapter 2

Maintaing 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 and Chapter 1 can both be read at their respective links.  In today’s article, we’ll be discussing the plot … Continue reading

Maintaining the Horror Campaign – Chapter 1

“THE thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult I vowed revenge.” -Edgar Allen Poe, The Cask of Amantillado As I mentioned in The introduction to Maintaining the Horror Campaign, Josh previously wrote  Dungeon Mastering Horror: Tips on Making your Halloween D&D Game Memorable on Guilt … Continue reading

Games on TV: Game of Thrones

It’s no secret that the GFG crew are big fans of the Game of Thrones books and games, so I felt it was appropriate to share some of my thoughts on last night’s premiere of the HBO series. I subscribed to HBO exclusively for this show, so I hosted an AGOT viewing party. We had a good … Continue reading

Trapped in the Closet: Kobolds Ate My Baby

I’ve acquired so many games over the past few years that I’ve never even played several of them. Last week, I put up a poll to have our readers choose which of these lost games would be played next. Scotland Yard was the least favored game, but it did earn a few votes. The real … Continue reading