A worldbuilder’s review of the steampunk themed Johannes Cabal the Detective with a piece of the novel turned into a minor artifact for use with Pathfinder RPG.
Mad Brew is on the hunt for terrain and cardstock to build engaging locations to adventure in. Adding three dimensional dressing to the table can do a lot to enhance immersion during gameplay, but it is also time consuming and bulky.
MadBrew reveals the pattern that all Heroes of Myth fall into and provides the framework to forge your game into an epic of Mythic proportions. From Gilgamesh to Harry Potter, all great heroes share the same Monomyth.
MadBrew kicked the Labs’ online resource series with tools for D&D 4e, now he is following up with general resources any game could use.
MadBrew has scoured the web for useful resources for 4e D&D. From indices to lists and from character generators to encounter managers, this article has something for every D&D game.
Everything you need to know about creating an adventure you can learn from Dora the Explorer. I know, you think I must be jesting. But I am not. Well maybe […]
Do you have dozens, if not hundreds or thousands, of loose notes? Are they floating around on old bill envelopes, post-its, scrap paper, and bathroom tissue? If you are like […]
MadBrewLabs has created the following three tips to help speed up combat encounters. While these tips have been tailored specifically for 4e, they could be easily adapted to other systems with similar mechanics.
MadBrewLabs researched the world wide web for virtual table tops, here’s the list…
MadBrew distills somes web design principles in the lab.