Mad Brew weighs in on the Future of Roleplaying, month’s RPG Blog Carnival topic. Take a look at Mad Brew’s vision of the next edition of D&D.
Mad Brew takes a look at comic strips inspired by D&D from the old pages of Dragon & Dungeon magazines to Kobold Quarterly and the web.
In cooperation with Vulcan Stev’s hero-izing meme, Mad Brew reveals a fully statted version of himself using the Mutants & Masterminds 2nd Edition rules.
In the beginning, there was the bleak, dark void amidst an infinite sea of churning Chaos. From the ocean of primordial Chaos, there emerged a radiant entity wrought of perfect geometric form.
Mad Brew founds the Church of the Radiant Polyhedron, where all gamers can find solace. Perhaps he has been sniffing the fumes from the Lab for too long, or maybe he might just be on to something…
Mad Brew wonders how roleplaying games would look if they were viewed through the satirical lens of religion.
Mad Brew’s sardonic introspection on the terrors of finding a new gaming group. What does he look for in a group, why he tends to piss people off, and his new “Looking for” ad.
The Labs has collected pop songs in the key of Cthulhu as a follow-up to its Cthulhu Christmas Carol post. May these tunes seep into your mind and plant the seeds of insanity!
Mad Brew is caroling outside the Labs and the next stop is your house, only these carols may drive you insane. The Labs has collected some outrageous carols in the key of Cthulhu for your singing pleasure.
Mad Brew tackles the topic of Religion for the fourth installment of the RPG Blog Carnival. He delves into creating pantheons and constructs a tribute to the Crs’Tchen Debacle of Dragon Magazine [Retold by The Core Mechanic].