Tag Archives: RPGs

Thank yous from Game Club students

Over the last two weeks, a mysterious benefactor has been contributing very generously to the role-players in our Game Club.

Here are some “thank you”s sent to me by game club members, intended for this person, whomever they are!

“Oh mysterious benefactor, sincerest thanks! You’ve really helped us out in a huge way and that is fantastic. I can’t wait for the overday! I haven’t got my forms signed just yet but I assure you my attendance is ensured.”

“I say thanks to the random gifter.”

“person you are awesome”

They mean well.  Remember that getting a thank you out of a teenager can be challenging! 😉

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Game Club students and I have a guardian angel…

It happened again.  I got home from reading graduate student work today and saw a package at my door.

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I’m training more Game Masters!

Several students in Game Club have decided that they can be a Game Master for Dungeons and Dragons.  I’ve known this since the beginning, but I’m excited that they are gaining the confidence to take the plunge and express their creative minds.  After school on Friday I ran my GM Academy one more time for several students who were interested.  Are you interested in the basics of GMing?  PDF below!

Game Club GM Academy

Please don’t pass off my work as your own and credit me (Michael Fryda) if you’d like to use it for personal use.

Savage Saturday at Tacticon!

Labor Day weekend I was at Tacticon in Denver.  It is mostly a role-playing/board game/tactical and historical miniatures Con.  I posted pictures in several places over the course of the weekend: Day 1, Day 1 Part 2, and Day 2.  This is the full report for the last game of Day 1!

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Second Game At Tacticon

Labor Day weekend I was at Tacticon in Denver.  It is mostly a role-playing/board game/tactical and historical miniatures Con.  I posted pictures in several places over the course of the weekend: Day 1, Day 1 Part 2, and Day 2.  This is the full report for the second game!

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