Giving credit where credit is due: a big thanks to my good friend, Kenneth Gerety, for the title Alignment Confinement. You are a Wordsmith.
Good vs. Evil. Light vs. Dark. Order vs. Chaos. Human vs. Monster. Struggle and conflict are bread and butter in role-playing games. The strongest and most prevalent of these is most likely Good vs. Evil. So what spins one’s moral compass in a role-playing game? Continue reading “Alignment Confinement”
In the beginning of 2013, I was living in Texas over 800 miles away from my circle of gaming friends, due to work. I was having difficulty with inconsistent games, unreliable players and an ever-changing work schedule. Then, in April of 2013, a friend and fellow gamer told me about a Kickstarter project called Roll20 that had turned into a successful virtual tabletop with a supportive community and blog. This is how I came to start playing Dungeons & Dragons on Roll20.net. Continue reading “Dungeons & Dragons on Roll20.net”
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Hello and welcome to forgetfulbard.com! I am a long-time fan and player of role-playing games, specifically, tabletop games like Dungeons & Dragons. Over the years, I have enjoyed many great adventures alongside the best of friends. This page is dedicated to that nostalgia of sitting around a table with friends and staying up late, rolling dice and waging war against our enemies. I have always enjoyed the vivid displays of creativity from the imagination that come to life while immersed in a role-playing game and hopefully we can share those experiences. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, a Halfling will get punted… it’ll be a good time.