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Roll For Insight: You Meet In A Tavern…

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Ben expands on his Forging A World series by looking at that first quest and binding the group together as adventurers!

Roll For Insight: Dungeons & Dragons In Therapy

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In this week's Roll for Insight, Sam looks at how tabletop RPGs like D&D can be used to supplement therapy sessions.

Roll For Insight: Forging A D&D World

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Ben takes a moment to talk about some of the key things he's learned about world building for role-playing games.

Roll For Insight: Mechanical Intensity

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This week Ryan looks at how certain board games can create a feeling of intensity through their mechanics.

Roll For Insight: Why I’m Not Scared By Horror Games

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Tabletop gaming is not short of horror games and is well established as a genre. Which has me wondering; with so many games out there, why is it that horror nearly always fails?

Roll For Insight: Grubby Gamers vs Pristine Players?

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Last week on Indie Thursday, I sparked the flint of controversy when I foolishly suggested that it was acceptable to bend the corners of playing cards to peek underneath.

Roll For Insight: From Toy Soldiers To Meeples

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Ben puts forth some reasons why he thinks you should give board and card games a go, opening yourself up to an entirely new section of the tabletop world!

Roll for Insight: Wargaming & Accessibility

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In this weeks Roll For Insight Ryan writes about accessibility in wargaming and how we can take some small steps forward.

Roll For Insight: Are Games The Future Of The Classroom?

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Sam steps in this week for Roll For Insight asking if games and gamification could be the future of classroom learning.

Roll For Insight: Why Gaming Unites Us

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Cass talks about how gaming can unite us and why it's important to gather your friends around the tabletop as often as you can.

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