Trevor

Over the weekend of May 13th Austin hosted it’s 4th annual RPG convention, Chupacabra Con 4! I’ve been watching this little convention grow year by year from buzz we heard on the internet, and from our customers back when we had the shop. However, this was our first year attending…

Indiana Jones, James T. Kirk, Lara Croft, Doc Savage, The Doctor (who?). These names are familiar to most people who play D&D and embody the combination of curiosity and knowledge with bold tactics and a reliance on luck. This type of daring but intellectual hero can be represented in many…

Today we depart from a traditional D&D character who was born into a fantasy realm, who is used to the idea of monsters and magic. What about a hero from Earth, plucked from our reality by magic or super-science and dropped into a sword-and-planet or high-fantasy adventure? Someone truly experiencing…

“Science fiction” is a blurry term these days, encompassing so many sub-genres and overlapping with pretty much every other fiction genre in existence. However, in its early days, sci-fi was usually considered part of pulp fiction and had a lot in common with the sword-and-sorcery stories that laid the ground…

Spells are an integral part of what makes D&D great. From the simple and utilitarian to the truly bizarre, all manner of spells have appeared in D&D over the years, and we want to carry on that tradition of variety. So, to wrap up the toothiest month on FMD so…

The shark is often seen as a monster in Western pop culture, but in other parts of the world it is viewed as a symbol of strength and tenacity, and well respected as the king of predators. Shark skin and teeth are used symbolically and made into jewelry and often…

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…

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…