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The Play from Ponape Pause

Posted by pookie in Play from Ponape, 22 December 2015 - - - - - - · 0 views

Hello,

If you have been wondering about updates and new episodes of our The One Ring recordings, then I can only apologise for the delay. We have a complete scenario recorded, ‘Of Leaves & Stewed Hobbit’ as well as the first two parts of ‘Kinstrife & Dark Tidings’, all of which are ready to be uploaded to RPGMP3.

Unfortunately, for technical...

Crits/Fumbles Option 2

Posted by JCormier in Tabletop Randomness, 18 December 2015 - - - - - - · 0 views

I cover a simplified (no tables) version of my crits and fumbles.

Dungeons and Dragons #RPGaDAY Challenge 2015! Pt 3

Posted by Telemergion in The Atomic Adventures of Telemergion, 14 August 2015 - - - - - - · 175 views

Here it is. I am starting this mildly sleep deprived and we shall see what horrors my brain comes up with as it slowly deteriorates, but these are the final 10 questions . Let us not delay before I zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.....

QUESTION THE TWENTY-FIRST: Favourite RPG Setting

Hm. So there are a few strong contenders. For a world that is fantastic straigh...

Fumble in the Jungle: Fan-made video game (sort of)

Posted by Pencil-Monkey in Pencil-Monkey's Blog, 21 April 2015 - - - - - - · 553 views
fandible, video game and 2 more...

So I've been playing around with the Ren'Py game engine , mostly just for fun, and have made a (very) short Fandible fan game, based on their Hollow Earth Expedition campaign, GMed by the inestimable Angela Craft . You can download the game here. (See below.)



Feel free to send me comments on whether or not you liked it, or any constructive criticism...

Why does Odyssey feel real, part three.

  Posted by Daniel in The Dice Over-Thinker, 28 June 2014 - - - - - - · 399 views

Today we will be taking a look at how little Odyssey empowers its players, before forming a conclusion and ending this three-part series. Welcome to the conclusion of my three part series on immersion in Profound Decision’s excellent Odyssey LRP. In part one, I described how the game’s 45-hour Time In, combined with environmental factors, helped reinforc...

Week 0: Online Gaming and Me

Posted by Gorion in Online Gaming and Me, 25 February 2014 - - - - - - · 1,017 views
introduction, boring backstory and 1 more...

When I was a kid, I played maybe one or two sessions of a game of Dungeons and Dragons with my uncles. It was never going to last, of course. The GM was in the middle of finding God, and quickly decided that the game was evil. The second player was that jerk everyone seems to know who played Chaotic Neutral just so he could randomly urinate on NPCs. And I...

Campaign Images

Posted by vhesper in Rise of the Godhands, 03 September 2013 - - - - - - · 2,006 views

The land before the day of the Comet...



The land after the day of the Comet...



Misha, the Winged Elf (As drawn by her player)



Ancient map of the Lost Kingdom - before it fell to ruin and dwindled down to the single city of Mythrazel



Overview map of the City of Mythrazel



The Tome of Day and Night (Because Fire and Ice was already taken...

01: Entry Alpha

Posted by alaricus in Confessions of an Ubergeek, 25 July 2013 - - - - - - · 998 views
review, video game, rpg

01: Entry Alpha Since four is my lucky number, I figured I’d start our next blog, this one focused not so much exclusively on tabletop roleplaying and GMing, as the others have been, and more on general geekery. You may say, with good reason, that there may be a reason that all the blogs on the RPG site are about RPGs. Bah, I say to you! What is the point of the internet...

Introduction and Recap of Past Sessions

Posted by The Mind Tool in Adventures of a New DM, 24 July 2013 - - - - - - · 6,789 views

Hi there, I am The Mind Tool, and I'm a novice Dungeon Master.

So far, I have run 5 sessions with DnD 4E with two different groups: one mostly comprised of drama students and the other mostly gamers. The second group will be the focus of this blog, as that is the group with which I am currently running weekly sessions. For each group, the first adventure...

Gm Advice

Posted by Hal in Gaming and Geekery, 20 July 2013 - * * * * - · 1,202 views
history, advice, gaming, rpg and 1 more...

Gm Advice It occurred to me a while ago that for as long as I have been gaming (and it has been a long time) I have been GMing.

I grew up in Cumbria in the UK and it was pretty rural and isolated. I was always interested in fantasy and sci fi and stumbled over roleplaying pretty early in my school life and managed to get hold of copies of ADnD and Warhammer Fantas...



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