Interview with Aaron from Inner Realms Journey, a meditative TTRPG experience

After getting to meet Aaron from Inner Realms Journey in person at GenCon last year, I had the opportunity to chat with him about how he’s combining meditation and TTRPGs to help both kids and adults find peace and self empowerment in a way that’s fun and engaging!

The TTRPGkids ZiMo2024 project, Making a TTRPG for YOUR Particular Kid, is live!

TTRPGkids is funding a book on Making a Tabletop RPG for YOUR Particular Kid! This guide for families and writers walks you through creating a kid-specific TTRPG from the condensed knowledge of the over 350 articles from the ENnie awarded resource!

Does a TTRPG need physical mechanics (dice, cards, etc) to be considered a TTRPG?

When creating games that are accessible to wider audiences, like making them more accessible to young kids, or trying out ideas that we haven’t seen released before, we sometimes push on the definition of what a tabletop RPG actually is.  This post looks at how TTRPGs and games are defined in a technical sense, how they can be defined from a public viewpoint, and what’s important about our creative endeavors.