Advanced Math for Kids

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This video has got to be the best explanation for infinite series I’ve ever seen. Like most math, the idea of an infinite series is very simple and visual but teachers have a hard time explaining it because students get lost in the numbers.

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Duel Sliders

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Hello this is hoppyhydra i have made a new game called Duel Sliders.

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Duel Sliders Begins

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Well, we’ve been away for a long time but we’re back, probably to no audience, but that doesn’t matter to us.

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Tabletop Forge KickStarter

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After months of programming and playing we have decided to launch a KickStarter.


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Pink Shirt Day

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Pink Shirt Day

Tomorrow is Anti-Bullying Day in Canada as it should be everywhere, so get your pink on.

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Google+ Hangout Battle Grid

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Battle Grid

Gird your loins and grid your browser. It’s time to take the battle online.

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Battling Goblins Grade Three Style

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Deadly Dude

I’ve GM’d two sessions with my eight-year-old’s group of friends and I have determined two things: 1) they are the silliest players I have ever run a campaign for, and 2) they are by far the most fun.

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Captain McGarley’s Exploding Bum Ale

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If you don’t know why farts are funny, ask an eight-year-old boy to explain it to you.

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Ring of Random Resurrection

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Over the next few weeks I will be posting my favorite home brew magic items. Like Bilbo’s magic ring, a lot of them have great benefits but are cursed. This means the player cannot take them off once he puts them on, without a long quest to some powerful wizard.

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When a Hero Dies

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Battling monsters, looting treasure rooms, thwarting bad guys… that’s what rocks about role-playing games. Kids see that instantly and the more you give them, the more they will enjoy the game. But sometimes it’s hard to pour it on at the right speed. What happens if you go too fast and some five-year-old’s warrior gets killed?

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Mouse Guard Dispositions

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Mouseguard Disposition

Okay, it took us a while to wrap our heads around what a disposition is and how they work in Mouse Guard. Combat, and any other conflict like a negotiation or a race, is abstracted. When your mouse swings his sword he doesn’t do direct damage measured in hit points like in D&D. He reduces his enemies “disposition”.

Huh? Yeah, that what we said.

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