Why Won't My Group Roleplay? How to Encourage Player Behaviors

menterart:

Hey everyone, thanks for all the reblogs. Here’s a dump of creatures I’ve made in the past few days, starting with some sketches.

Dice Not Behaving? The Best of Dice Shaming Will Make You Laugh

Fuck dice.

ryanvallejo:

you gotta be jay z about life

(Source: middlechildswag, via youtooclosemon)

Tabletop RPGs may also structure serial television more than one would think.

While I was translating the permanent exhibit at the Filmmuseum Potsdam, I noticed that the process that scriptwriters for a German soap opera used to generate new content was analogous to a role-playing game: about 6-8 writers would sit in a room and, playing their favorite characters, improvise their way through a series’ arc.

The writers’ room is, in other words, a perfect foil to the backroom of your local gaming store, but one of them then produces fictional properties worth sometimes millions of dollars.

Evan Torner, film studies professor (via itpiercesskin)

mydnd:

Beholder Art Segmentation

Edit: The name of each artist was placed on the captions but they dont show T.T

http://wizards.com/dnd/Article.aspx?x=dnd/4dnd/behold

(via fuckyeahdnd)

unfuckyourhabitat:

why can’t our habitats stay unfucked?

They can. You just have to do a little work. Once they get unfucked, generally one or two 20/10s a day, total, will keep them that way. There’s sorcery involved, but dudes, you’re the sorcerers.

(Source: lilrongal)

putitonthemoon:

kellysue:

Nextwave (Taken with Instagram)

HA

i love nextwave forever and ever ever

putitonthemoon:

kellysue:

Nextwave (Taken with Instagram)

HA

i love nextwave forever and ever ever

showslow:

Commissioned for Glastonbury Festival, We Wanted To Be The Sky by Tim Etchells is a 15.5m long work, featuring over 700 decolight ‘fairground’ lenses with high power LEDs.

Saw this man’s work at Edinburgh art museum. I felt enlightened.

showslow:

Commissioned for Glastonbury Festival, We Wanted To Be The Sky by Tim Etchells is a 15.5m long work, featuring over 700 decolight ‘fairground’ lenses with high power LEDs.

Saw this man’s work at Edinburgh art museum. I felt enlightened.

(via swimmingwithoutrest)