Posts Tagged ‘News’

The Thinking Man’s Guide to Intelligence for Players and GMs

A Message from the Writer/Publisher: As I write, a hostage situation continues to unfold in Sydney, as it has for almost 15 hours, capturing world attention for all the worst reasons. For those who may be concerned, I am completely fine. But I must share my contempt for those who have attempted to politicize events […]

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The Best Of 2012

This entry is part 4 in the series The Best

This entry is part 4 in the series The Best 2012 was another big year for Campaign Mastery. By year’s end, I was running the site on my own (with occasional support from co-Founder Johnn, for which I continue to be enormously grateful) and writing all the articles. This necessitated more of those articles containing […]

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The Best Of 2011

This entry is part 3 in the series The Best

A list of the hand-picked best posts from Campaign Mastery that were published in 2011

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Fighting The Spam War

This is an extra, out-of-normal-time blog post to explain the new anti-spam policies that I’ve been forced to implement here at Campaign Mastery. The real price of Spam Spam is an unfortunate reality. It will never go away. Most of the time, Spam is like an itch that has to be scratched. But there are […]

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The Flunkie Equation – quick and easy Hors d’Combat

A few weeks ago, I described my processes for creating Partial NPCs, a methodology that determined how much NPC definition was needed for that NPCs role in an adventure, in Creating Partial NPCs To Speed Game Prep. This was described as essential know-how for the article that I was originally going to write and publish […]

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One Spot 3 and the shift to Pre-Product Marketing

A review of One Spot No. 3 from Moebius Adventures and some musings on a consequence of the rise of crowdfunding.

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The Best Of 2010

This entry is part 2 in the series The Best

The best articles published at Campaign Mastery during 2010.

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The Best: 2008-9

This entry is part 1 in the series The Best

A list of the hand-picked best posts from Campaign Mastery, 2008-2009

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Ethics For Sale? – The Role of Native Advertising

There’s a new trend in online news that is creating waves. It’s called Native Advertising and it’s already all around you.

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A year in retrospect, Another in prospect

The vagarities of the calander and the publishing schedule here at Campaign Mastery have resulted in the need for an article to be posted at-or-about Midnight on New Year’s Eve – Australian time. the subject matter that this post should deal with seemed fairly obvious to me, as a result of that coincidence of timing. […]

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OMG, We’re Nominated! – 2012 ENnies (Updated)

Campaign Mastery is incredibly proud and humbled (and not a little excited-exuberant-exultant!) to learn that we are amongst the five Nominees for Best Blog at this year’s ENnies (Wikipedia Page) – (full list of nominees here). The competition will be stiff, there are many other fine blogs nominated (and even more that didn’t make the […]

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300, 550, 37, 40, 3300, 387 – Thank You!

Milestones are special. Campaign Mastery has just had two – 300,000 visitors and 550,000 page views. We want to thank each and every one of you. But even more than that, we want to thank our many readers for their loyalty; more than 37% of those visits are from returning visitors. Ten percent is usually […]

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