At the start of the School of Adventure club, I did my best to simplify the character creation process. It is still complicated, especially making characters for six beginner players at once. I think I’ve learned some lessons. There’s an appetite for RPGs in primary schools The school agreed readily to my pitch. I sent… Continue reading School of Adventure – character building
I’ve started running a roleplaying game (RPG) club at my kids’ school. The game I’m using describes itself as “Age 12+”, but the school only goes up to age 11. So I kept the club to the oldest two year groups (Years 5 and 6 in the English system, ages 9 to 11) and I’ve… Continue reading School of Adventure – concept
Here, I tell tales of Oak of Honor activities, preview upcoming products, and offer the implacable void my thoughts on games, world building and whatever. You can find the actual posts with the handy links at the bottom (or maybe on the right if I have changed the site layout again without updating this post).
I’ve been doing tabletop roleplaying games since I was about ten, back in the 80s, and always as a hobby that I rarely found enough time for. But thanks to a low roll on the Random Career Events Table in 2019 I have a window to turn my hobby into a business, and here we… Continue reading Introducing Oak of Honor Games