Shadowrun is a great alternative to Dungeons and Dragons, just in case you can’t get enough of our current cyberpunk dystopia
With the next Blizzard Watch Tabletop RPG session coming up, I thought we could talk about the world of Shadowrun before we launch into our one-shot in this universe.
If you’re a roleplayer, chances are you’ve been doing so for years.
World of Warcraft has a wide variety of playable races to choose from.
Patch 7.3 has arrived, and with it a new faction -- the Grand Army of the Light.
You might be new to roleplaying, with a brand-new character looking for interaction.
Argus is clearly visible in the sky for all players now.
Roleplaying is a different kind of animal in World of Warcraft.
Every year, Moon Guard hosts a week-long competitive roleplaying event for all the RP servers: the Tournament of Ages.
A large portion of roleplaying comes from the creation of a compelling character.
As I said when I started this column, you can roleplay whatever you want. But when you leap out of the realm of ordinary roleplay, you’ve got a difficult task ahead. The question of just how far you’ll go is entirely up to you -- but roleplay isn’t necessarily about you. So how do you come up with an unconventional character? And how do you roleplay that character, and get other people to participate?