Between role-playing games, tactical board games, and card games, we are surrounded by a storm of rules ranging from the deceptively simple to the needlessly complex. Every new game comes with a learning curve and the expectation that the rules will be learned and taught by the players. It is in trying to live up to that expectation that we run headlong past utopia and stumble into dystopian miasma.

In a secret chamber buried deep beneath the foundations of our compound in the Western Wyldlands, the inner circle of d-Infinity toils away preparing future episodes of  d-Infinity Live.

50 Shades of Grey! It's on everybody's tongue. It's been accused of being tawdry, trashy, regressive, and a work of the most extreme hackery. Whether you love it, hate it, or love to hate it, articles about it transcend the realm of clickbait to become clickchum, and we here in d-Infinity want a slice of the pie!

What does the future hold for the multi-platform, multi-publisher gaming webcast? Read on, and enjoy the list of topics we're covering in in 2015!

I'm on something of a random table kick, and for giggles I wrote a random pie filling table for my own personal use. But why should I keep it to myself? Roll a d100 on the table below and never again be in doubt about what kind of pies cool on the windowsills of your campaign.

Ladies and gentlemen, I am going to share something special with you. Something that is at once a shred of pop culture garbage, a celebration of geekery, and a lot of fun for those who know how to read a bad movie. It is the greatest Dungeons and Dragons movie ever made!

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