Tag Archives: dungeons

Dungeon Crawlers

In search of fame and fortune They delve into the darkest holes Magic torchlight licking skulls Of those that failed to live Dust and dirt stuck to the floor Held fast by long-dried blood Creatures scurry within the gloom Harmless … Continue reading

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Post Revisited: Game Vs. Book- Difference in the Details

Originally posted on December 12, 2013 . . . Day 12 of this blog’s existence.  Wow.  This is also really long.  I tried to clean it up, but it’s a topic that keeps coming back. At the age of thirteen, … Continue reading

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Mazes, Traps, and Dungeons

One of the big standards of fantasy adventure books are traps and mazes.  The latter isn’t as common as the former and I can already hear some people groaning about the topic because they think these are terrible concepts.  Dungeon … Continue reading

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Dungeons & Dragons: A Basic Walkthrough

I’ve been asked by many people to explain Dungeons & Dragons.  I bring this game up a lot because my time in the game is the inspiration for my books.  That being said, I’m not even close to an expert.  … Continue reading

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