I’ve been playing tabletop RPGs since I was in school back during the late 90s and early 2000s. I stopped because my group became obsessed with extreme rules lawyering and min-maxing. All the narrative fun disappeared in a toxic miasma of irrelevant rules, nonsensical details and a million stupid rulebooks, it was sad and irritating. Luckily time heals all wounds, including the mental illness which is strictly using Dungeons and Dragons rules. Back then we used to play D&D 3 and 3.5, we even tried 4th edition, which was like the misshapen, bastard child of a ttrpg and World of Warcraft, terrible… and that’s when I quit so it’s been quite a long time.
But, lately I’m am absolutely happy to report that, just like in the world of videogames, indie creators have saved the ttrpg world. The variety of rules, designs and extraordinary art I have discovered in the past few months has violently reminded me how much I love ttrpgs.
Now that I’m back in this world, I’ve decided I also must contribute to this awesome hobby so I’ve added a new section to the site where to put RPG related stuff. To start with, I made some paper minis for fantasy games. As I’m also a video game developer and find pixel art to be the epitome of human artistic efforts, I’ve put together a couple classic fantasy classes and some floors walls and decorations that should fit in any fantasy setting.
Get the minis in the new Tabletop Resources page!