Aching God, Mike Shel

The tendency to pigeonhole Aching God as a simple Dungeons and Dragons adventure is tempting (not that such efforts should be cast aside because many a good story has come from the table-top). Shel’s debut has all the trappings of a role-playing game: there is a band of adventurers, each with a different skill set; there are monsters to slay…

Dungeons and Dragons – Why I Miss It

I’ve been listening to Nerd Poker, a podcast by Brian Pohsehn (who you might recognize from New Girl or The Sarah Silverman Show) and his funny friends, for the past few weeks, and it’s been whisking me away from the humdrum of everyday work life. It’s also rekindled a desire in me to play Dungeons…