This one is tough, and for all the best reasons.
In the 7 years that my own blog has existed (Seven years? Holy Moley), I've come across some really excellent blogs, as well as helpful websites. I have also seen some fantastic blogs, and bloggers, come, and go.
I've made the acquaintance of a number of my fellow bloggers who I'd actually call friends, though we've never met in personal. Likewise, I have met a couple in person, and those were pretty great experiences.
When trying to identify a favorite however, that's when things get difficult. Choosing among my friends? That I simply won't do.
Instead, here is a list of favorites, alphabetically by author:
Charles Atkins' Dyvers Campaign
Lord Blacksteel's Tower of Zenopus
Lowell Francais' Age of Ravens
WQRobb's Graphs, Paper and Games
Zak Smith's Playing D&D with Porn Stars
In addition, here are a few that qualify more as websites than blogs, to me at least, but some of them have blog elements:
Plot Points - Resource for the Marvel Heroic RPG.
Rancor Pit - Forum for Star Wars D6 and general Star Wars RPG material.
TrekRPG.Net - Forum for all thing Star Trek RPG related.
Finally a special shout out to WQRobb of Graphs, Paper and Games. We seem to be of a kind he, and I. Although not identical in our preferences, it's nice to know there is someone out there who likes what you like. In our differences is where we learn from each other, and improve our craft.
I want to also say to those not listed up there in the top five, that not being listed doesn't mean I don't love you. Oh, no. I simply have a lot of favorites, and can't list them all, so I picked five.
It has to be said that I don't randomly add every gaming site I see to my blog roll. You might notice that compared to some blogs, my list of followed bloggers here on the right side is pretty small. If you're on there it's 'cause I think your blog, and your ideas, are something special.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend everybody!