King’s River S02, e01 | Out of the woods

After a few months off, three players and the DM were able to find a suitable timeslot to return to King's River and continue building a story together. To save time and after consulting the players, the DM decided to move time forward. Refer to the "Prologue" section for more details. Étienne Bureau, the DM. … Continue reading King’s River S02, e01 | Out of the woods

Aquarium Journal #1: The vase

Well, here's another hobby that I just accumulated. As I was waiting for my wife while she was talking with a mechanic, I crossed the street to visit a little plant store that was just waiting for me. As soon as I walked inside I saw a vertical vase with an aquatic plant living in … Continue reading Aquarium Journal #1: The vase

Mtg M20 Lavakin Brawler Conversion – Playable D&D 5e Race

Quick note: This article is chock-full of links, which offer a lot more depth. Click em! Something neat has happened in the past, when Wizards of the Coast officially put out a book, officially merging their two coolest universes together officially: MtG and D&D. Officially awesome. This text is divided into three parts: Inspiration, Design, … Continue reading Mtg M20 Lavakin Brawler Conversion – Playable D&D 5e Race

Custom Magic devlog #3: Evolution of commons

Today we're going to take a look at the white commons of my set. More importantly, we're going to put them side to side with the older versions of themselves so we can see how they have evolved and I'll explain the decisions that led to these changes. I really feel like I'm headed in … Continue reading Custom Magic devlog #3: Evolution of commons

Custom MtG devlog #2: First lesson learned

So, turns out designing a Magic: The Gathering custom set is deep. Real deep. Deep af. Duh, I can hear you say. When I first boldly declared to my friends that I was going to design a set, I wasn't really aware of the grandeur of the task, or the foolishness of my words. I … Continue reading Custom MtG devlog #2: First lesson learned