WRITING TEST CASES LIKE A BOSS

My friend Krista asked me if I had a QA process. Sure, I have one and each one is specific to each project. But, I wrote up a generic guideline on how to build test cases for her, and for you too. Hopefully this helps. Isolate – Each test case should tackle one item and…

Random Dungeon Generation with DMG 5th edition

After hemming and hawing about getting the 5th Edition Dungeon Master’s guide, I decided to go for it after being inspired by the random adventure generation that James Floyd Kelly over at GeekDad wrote about.  I decided to see if I could come up with a fun adventure, aping his attempt at writing something cohesive…

Explaining Sportsball

Okay, I’m willing to explain football to people who don’t understand what the fuss is all about. First of all, I’ll go ahead and address your complaints about it: Yes, fans can be obnoxious about this thing that you don’t get. They’re emotional, they’re loud, they’re generating all this attention and it feels like they’re…

Creating a Background for your RPG Character

When I am rolling up a new character for Dungeons and Dragons or any other tabletop RPG, I usually spend an hour or so crafting a story. I’m the kind of player that enjoys stories over almost all other aspects of RPGs, so I do my best to provide story hooks for the gamemaster. In…