The Archives

This page is designed to act as an easy to navigate archive to aid people in finding older posts/articles. They are sorted by their original post date and grouped by year, and where possible tagged with the game they were written for. This page is kept up to date as articles are posted.

2017

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 7

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 6

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 5

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 4

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 3

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 2

Discourses on Gamemastering Series 1 Post 1 (Brian Jamison’s system-neutral e-book “Gamemastering”)

Discourses on Gamemastering

2014

Grand Experiments: A Matter of Honor

Play More, Seriously

Writing vs. Roleplaying

2013

Dark Souls: The D&D Video Game that Isn’t Actually D&D

Changing Things is Easy, Changing People is Hard

Good GMs Borrow, Great GMs Steal #5: All About Initiative

Good GMs Borrow, Great GMs Steal #4: Abstract Inventories

Good GMs Borrow, Great GMs Steal #3: Skilled Backstories

Good GMs Borrow, Great GMs Steal #2: Drawbacks

Good GMs Borrow, Great GMs Steal #1: Co-Starring

2012

When to Throw in the Towel

Monster Damage Dice – Irrelevance? (D&D general)

The Remembering Self and Session Structure

May of the Dead – Run away, run away!  (4e D&D)

Random Musings; A Dice Set Review

The Final Puzzle Piece: PC Damage (4e D&D)

Monster Damage Scaling – Working Backwards (4e D&D)

Proficiency Problems (4e D&D/D&D general)

Power Options, Status Effects, and Mutual Assured Destruction – Second World Edition, Part 2 (4e D&D)

2011

An Update (meta)

Falling back in love with Experience Points

Power Options, Status Effects, and Mutual Assured Destruction – Second World Edition, Part 1 (4e D&D)

Exploring Complexity (Player Characters) (4e D&D)

Extended Rests, Or: Where I offer discourse on a topic eight months out of date. (4e D&D)

Building a Better Skeleton (4e D&D)

Waiting for Theseus or: How the Players React to a Labyrinth

“Hello Greyhawk”

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