Tagged: Wilderlands campaign

A Really Extreme Case of Player Entitlement?

A Really Extreme Case of Player Entitlement?

My Sunday Game lost a player in January — her work schedule has her working every Sunday for the foreseeable future. Her company needs more billable hours. As I can only fit nine players and one GM into my living/dining room for a game and I always have more than nine people who...

There’s Only One Megadungeon

There’s Only One Megadungeon

I discussion of megadungeons vs small dungeons on theRPGsite reminded me of how I handled dungeons in one campaign in the late 1970s. There was only one real dungeon in the world, all dungeons deserving of the name were magically linked. Not obviously linked in many cases, but linked nevertheless. In some cases...

New Player Try-Outs Unfair? — Part Two

New Player Try-Outs Unfair? — Part Two

I had planned to write about Santa Claus in my campaigns over the years today, but I have to continue the saga of new player try-outs, first mentioned in this post last week. If you’ve read this post, you may remember that my campaign is losing a player which opens a slot for...

Are New Player Try-Outs Unfair?

Are New Player Try-Outs Unfair?

My Microlite74 Wilderlands campaign has unexpectedly lost a player. One of the original players who started this campaign has to be in Oklahoma City by December 10th. His wife got a fantastic job offer they can’t turn down, even if it gave them three weeks to move. While we’ll all miss him (and...