It’s a bit overdue, but it’s time to celebrate the 100th blog post of Journeyman GM! I started this blog almost two years ago and have written quite a bit on it. So I wanted to do a retrospective of my favorite blog posts.

RPG Thoughts & Theory

Quite a bit of what I wrote were ramblings, discussions, and other fun discourses about certain aspects of roleplaying games. Some of my absolute favorite articles on this site came from that, and I hope you’ll agree. Here are 5 of my favorites:

Reviews

I didn’t do too many reviews on this site, but I was pretty proud of the ones I did. Here are the ones that I was especially proud of:

Gameplay Descriptions

I’ve heard it said that every RPG blog really just wants to tell you about their character. Maybe there’s some truth to that, and I’ve had a fair share of ones that talk about the games I’ve either played in or run. Here are a few of my favorites:

And now I have to bring up some sad news. This 100th post retrospective also marks the end of regularly scheduled postings on The Journeyman GM for the foreseeable future. Lately work for Journeyman Games and other commitments have taken the time I needed to write on this blog, and I’ve decided it’s time to move on to new things. Postings will still happen as I see fit, but in a much more sporadic fashion.

JourneymanGM.com will of course still be the home to my original Journeyman GM Creations, including my 74 page Elder Scrolls conversion for Savage Worlds! Basically, anything for RPGs that I make which isn’t related to Journeyman Games will be posted here and maintained indefinitely.

Writing this blog has been a blast and I hope from time to time that it will be revisited. But it’s time for me to move on to other things, and all good things must come to an end.

"Five-card stud, nothing wild…and the sky's the limit."

“Five-card stud, nothing wild…and the sky’s the limit.”