Author Archives: naturaltwenty
Mutant Crawl Classics – reading my Kickstarter PDF now
I’ve got my Kickstarter copy of Goodman Games Mutant Crawl Classics – a retro throwback to the good old days of Gamma World. If you’re a fan of the Dungeon Crawl Classics game then you’ll like this iteration of post-apocalyptic … Continue reading
Mass Combat for 5e
I was just looking through my PDF’s last night – 2/21/2017 (side note – I have, let’s say, a metric ton of gaming stuff – hundreds of rpg manuals, modules, accessories, etc. Hundreds of unpainted, still in the blisterpack, miniatures … Continue reading
Listening to Monster Hunter Memoirs: Grunge
I needed to take a break from my previous book, Reign of Madness: King’s Dark Tidings, Book 2 (it’s an okay book but I am getting a little tired of the Mary Sue main character and some incessant whining from … Continue reading
Maps of Chatham – continued
On New Year’s Day I posted one of my older maps that was designed for the inside cover of an adventure. Attached is the PDF and png of the completed inside front cover of the adventure. I’ll be posting … Continue reading
Happy New Years – a post a day…or something close to it.
So it’s now 2016. One of my New Year’s resolutions is to have a post a day…or at least more than six posts (last years total). At a minimum I’ll be re-posting my old material that’s been absent from the … Continue reading
The Summer of Natural Twenty
It’s been a while since anything has happened with Natural Twenty Games. I blame…life. The past few years my job has sucked the life out of me. I made the decision near the end of 2014 to go find a … Continue reading
Nexus Game Fair
After a 12-year hiatus, summer convention gaming returns to the city of Milwaukee with the inaugural show of Nexus Game Fair, which is set for June 19-22, 2014. Nexus Game Fair is a multi-genre game convention focusing on role-playing games, … Continue reading
When I don’t play or run games I make characters. Is that weird?
Making guys. It’s what I’ve called it forever. I sometimes think I have more fun doing that at times than I do actually playing. For one thing it’s a solo activity that I don’t need to have anyone else participate … Continue reading
AD&D 1st Edition Combat
I was browsing my much unused blogger account (I’m not going to link it because it’s emptier than this site believe it or not) and I found an intersting article at the Platonic Solid regarding AD&D 1st Edition combat. Long … Continue reading
Download directory restored
Greetings – the downloads directory has been restored. While not visible yet from the home page any and all links to files hosted here are now back up and active.
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