Here are links for pen and paper roleplaying games, board games, card games, and everything that goes with these games that we found interesting on the week of March 27th, 2015.
RPG Alchemy hosts the RPG Blog Carnival for April 2014. Our topic for the month is “The Combat Experience”. If you’re interested in participating, our official post explaining it will be out on Monday, March 30th. And our first official entry for the topic will be out on April 1st, “The Combat Experience – Ideas to Make Combat Fun”. We hope you get a chance to participate!
– The RPG Blog Carnival (Roleplaying Tips) – Roleplaying Tips is the official “host” of the RPG Blog Carnival, which has been active in the RPG blogging community since 2008. Each month a topic is held that the RPG blogging community talks about. The host gathers all the posts up at the end of the month for readers to check out, and then the carnival moves on to the next site.
– Best GM Ever (Creative Mountain Games) – Creative Mountain Games hosted the RPG Blog Carnival for the month of March 2015. The topic was “Best GM Ever” and elicited bloggers to write stories about their best GM ever. The month is almost over so if you’re interested in providing a submission for this topic, now is the time to do it!
– How and Where I Write – Wrap-Up (Leicester’s Ramble) – The February 2015 topic for the RPG Blog Carnival was “How and Where I Write” by Leicester’s Ramble. This is the wrap-up of all the posts that were completed by bloggers in the community at the end of that month.
– A New Year, A New World Roundup (Enderra) – The January 2015 topic, and first topic of the year, for the RPG Blog Carnival was “A New Year, A New World” by Enderra. The is the wrap-up (or roundup) of all the posts that were completed by bloggers in the community at the end of that month.
– Want to host the RPG Blog Carnival? – n Four hosts the RPG Blog Carnival on his website Roleplaying Tips. If you’re interested in hosting the carnival on your site for a month, you can contact him to do so! The entries are usually booked out months in advance so if it is something you’d like to do in the future, you should jump on the opportunity ASAP!
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