Voice Acting: How to Change Your Voice

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

As part of how I GM, I like to change my voice for more interesting NPCs. Whilst minor NPCs will simply get their actions and questions shown, if I think someone has a possibility of showing up again, I'll take a moment to note down a few basic pointers. Race,…

Voice Acting Warm-Ups, Tongue Twisters and Practice Lines

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

Please note: The Usual Disclaimer applies as always.For those of you who are part of a more acting-heavy game, or who do voices for their NPCs, you need to make sure you're getting your voice ready before a session. Here's a quick guide to ensure you don't strain anything…

From the Community: Clarifications to & Lesser Known D&D Rules

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

LemonLord7 and Ripper62 from Reddit compiled these a large set of clarifications to and lesser-known rules. I thought I'd organise the list, find the sources and tidy up the answers a little. Hopefully you'll find it a useful resource for next time there's an debate.SpellsMany spells can only target…

Lessons Learned: RPG Campaign Story Crafting

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

Main picture: Alice in wonderland by Gordon TarpleyPlease note: The Usual Disclaimer applies as always.Campaign building in RPG, be it D&D, Numenera, The Sprawl, Pathfinder or anything else, the main thing is to make sure that the story you're crafting is engaging. That means bringing the characters,…

The Usual Disclaimer

Post by Peter Watson-Wailes

With all my writing on here, but especially with regards to advice for RPG players and DMs, these are purely my thoughts from my experience of playing in and running games.There's no right or wrong way to play. As long as everyone is having fun and rolling dice, everything…