Games For Your Ears: Our Favorite Tabletop Podcasts and Let’s Plays

Games For Your Ears: Our Favorite Tabletop Podcasts and Let’s Plays

At Sidequest, we love games. We love games so much that when we’re not playing games, we’re probably watching or listening to people playing games. But which people? And what games? We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite actual-play tabletop podcasts and tabletop-related let’s plays for your perusal, and please, let us know your favorites in the comments! (more…)

Draw My OC: Which Artists Do Tabletop Commissions?

Draw My OC: Which Artists Do Tabletop Commissions?

The best thing about tabletop RPGs becoming more popular and accessible than ever is that it’s far easier to find a group to play with. Artists are filling social media feeds with gorgeous art of their tabletop characters, and it’s natural to want some gorgeous art of your own—but how to find the right artist? What if your fave isn’t doing commissions? Is it rude to ask? What if you don’t know every artist out there and you can’t find exactly the right person to draw your invincible punch-mage?

Fear not, fellow players. We here at Sidequest have rounded up our favorite artists who specifically enjoy designing tabletop characters! They may not always be open for work, so please double-check their websites and social media before reaching out!

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Pasión de las Pasiones: A Latinx Stereotype-Fueled Nightmare

Pasión de las Pasiones: A Latinx Stereotype-Fueled Nightmare

Pasión de las Pasiones

Brandon Leon-Gambetta
Magpie Games
Tabletop
Release Date: 2018

Sidequest was provided with a copy of the Pasión de las Pasiones tabletop RPG in exchange for a fair and honest review. 

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Let Me Tell You About My OCs: Learning To Live With Shame

Let Me Tell You About My OCs: Learning To Live With Shame

Let me set a scene for you.

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Why I Game: Gaming Helps Me Tell Stories

Why I Game: Gaming Helps Me Tell Stories

2017 was a long, brutal year. On top of political strife, industry shenanigans, and personal/professional chaos, it was also the first full calendar year I spent out of school and thus removed from automatic contact with a big group of my friends. But in the last few months, games not only gave me an explicit reason to reach out and connect with a group of people whose company I cherish, but also an outlet to explore stories I would never otherwise have told.

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