June 2016

The barbarian class is often portrayed as a loner and an outsider, but people from the wild places often have deep bonds with their tribe, the wilderness they call home, and with the creatures they share the land with. Some tribes live their entire life in the saddle of a…

A long, long time ago, I worked for a small game store during college. It was a golden time for RPGs, and the Internet-hype-machine didn’t quite exist, so sometimes product releases just snuck up on you. Because of this, I vividly remember the day the original 7th Sea RPG showed…

Forgot My Dice is proud to welcome one of the bearded bards of board games, Jonathan, to the site! You may recognize Jonathan from the podcast “Super Board Bros” where Trevor and Robert recently started producing a monthly segment. Sadly the “Super Board Bros” podcast is no more, but this has…

D&D is typically framed as a game of heroes vs. monsters – it’s on the cover art of every major edition – but sometimes, players and DM’s want to get a little wild and flip that notion on its head. What if you WANT to be a monster? Or at…

The background system for Dungeons and Dragons is one of the most inspired additions to the rules set. Players have a lot of wonderful options that can inspire some great role-playing. For this month, since the Outlander was the only background that was completely nature-focused, we decided to add some…

Away from the walls of civilization, in the ill defined wilds lurking at the edge of the maps, there are monsters. For the month of June we are going to turn away from the cities and towns, and focus on the space where the monsters live. New archetypes, backgrounds, and…