Monthly Archives: April 2015

A Tale of Two Failures: Kid’s Stuff

Last post, I talked about my failure with adult gamers. Now let’s look at kids. I have two (awesome) daughters, aged six and eight. They have progressed through Lego Heroica, to the Castle Ravenloft board game, to actual D&D. When … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Failures: Adult Content

I’ve been running D&D 5E for my girls and we had a poor session last game. I think I know why, but while ruminating on it, I remembered another failure I had trying to introduce someone to role-playing. I’m going back … Continue reading

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More Tunes to Create By

Music is an integral part of my creation process. I think I have conditioned the creative side of my brain to music. Recently I was working on edits for Nefertiti Overdrive which included creating more content. When creating content I … Continue reading

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