The Story Guide: GM’s Apply Here We spend so much time figuring out what the players want and how they play, but we have no way of letting our players know how we gamemaster before we start. So I have written an article and included a PDF Game Master’s Sheet that will allow us to […]
This last week I have been thinking a lot about how a GM gives the players the game they want. I feel the job of the GM is to make the game fun for all at the table. I have had a good run over my 15 years of running games. But all my past […]
The Story Guide: Organizing your NPC’s When you are running a long campaign, keeping track of your gallery of NPCs can be quite daunting. There are many programs out there that can help, from Fantasy Grounds to Hero Lab. These are great solutions, but I use Google Drive for all of my writing, so figuring […]
Featured in The Saga, Issue 2 I organize my campaign like writing a novel. A good campaign has so many places, people, and themes, that it can get overwhelming to keep up with it all. I plan on doing some videos in the future showing a lot more, but I wanted to make a quick […]
The Story Guide Engaging everyone at the table can be hard. This month I wanted to challenge my players as they snuck across the landscape near the city of Kowal, trying to escape the infamous Red Guard. But how would I make this challenging and interesting for the whole table? First I put in an […]
We’d like to give you the opportunity to help us shape the future of SagaBorn Battles by playing the game early and giving us feedback. If you play now, you’ll even get some extra loot! If you buy the Alpha Print Kit (and any combination of products) we will give you credit for demoing games […]
A few photos of the gaming table I built.
Well I am prepped for DragonCon. I will have some Core rulebooks with me, but the focus at DCon is always costuming so that will also be the booths main focus. See everyone there though!
Hail all! We are in the middle of packing for GenCon and we wanted to let all of you know where we will be! SagaBorn will be exhibiting with my main company, Aradani Studios. I will be there with my artwork and costumes, and will have plenty of books with me as well! Sadly […]
One of the problems with being an indie publisher is balancing new projects, revisiting old ones, and normal life stuff (like the day job, or even just taking a day off). Especially when you are the designer, writer, and artist for your system. All that being said, SagaBorn already needs an Errata, and I just […]