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2021-05-11

The Whimsical MountainMOSAIC Strict: Test of Grit

There are problems where the difficulty is not in coming up with a clever solution, or fighting against a foe that opposes you, but in perseverance. Sometimes you need to push against the world it doesn't feel satisfying for the GM to say either "Yes you do"/"No you can't"/"Hm, make a check against it."Test of GritIt makes sense to call for this procedure if your character is preforming a task that is at the edge of their ability, would be tedious to play out in full or is in some other way a t…

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  • Mosaic Strict
  • rules
  • system
  • tinkering

Goodberry MonthlyHigh Level Adventuring Rivals

Tidelock has a need for some rival adventuring parties: some groups that will really work to counteract the Players and keep them on their toes. Each major faction needs one that they can unleash, plus maybe one or two rogue groups to act as wild cards.~~~~~The Matriarchs' DaughtersShan BennionFaction: November, the Twilight CityInstitution: Secret Society, MilitaryLeader: Alilyn Cordov di la KaisarA group of six drow women pulled from the six greatest houses of the Republic to serve at t…

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  • 5e
  • Monsters
  • Tidal Lock

Dyson's DodecahedronThe Bottomless Tombs – Part 4

While a number of the old shaft tombs of the Etturan Dynasty have been found and explored, there is one …Continue reading →

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  • Commercial Maps
  • Fantasy
  • Maps
  • Crypts
  • Dungeon
  • Dungeons & Dragons
  • Isometric
  • Labyrinth Lord
  • Old School Essentials
  • OSE
  • OSR
  • RPG
  • Tombs

Tale of the ManticoreListener Submitted Art... Again!!

Another gorgeous piece by Simon JH Williams. It's incredible how closely this matches my own image of her.

2021-05-10

OSR GrimoireThe G Series: Expansions, Sequels, Homages

The original G series has inspired multiple expansions, sequels, and homages. The more notable ones (both official and unofficial) are listed, below:G4-5-6-7-8-9:Cover to Module de Donjon G4 "Le Château de la Reine des Géante des Nuages" (2012). Illustration by Jim Holloway. (For more on this limited edition French version and Holloway's illustrations, see here and here).The prolific RC Pinnell wrote a series of giant-based adventures for AD&D 1e, widely regarded as classics of the "old schoo…

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  • Greyhawk

OSR GrimoireOrigins 78: The G Series

Origins 78 (Origins IV), sponsored by Metro Detroit Gamers, was held in Ann Arbor, Michigan in July, 1978. A watershed convention, its now legendary D&D tournament formed the basis of the G-series of A/D&D modules.Origins 78 as advertised in The Dragon #s 14-16 (May-July, 1978). The D&D tourney modules for sale were the G series adventures.Tim Kask's editorial "Origins '78 - Biggest Con To Date" in The Dragon #18 (September, 1978) included a lengthy con report:TD #19 will contain a report on …

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  • Greyhawk
  • Mystara
  • OD&D

Playing at the WorldThe Sansu Set d10

Scouring through the polyhedral dice available to early gamers, you can sometimes stumble across a peculiar looking ten-sided die numbered 0 through 9. While these are obscure dice in America, they are well known in Japan, where they were included in an elementary school toolkit called a "Sansuu Setto" (さんすうセット, or 算数セット), which just means "arithmetic set." Today, let's unbox a Sansu Set, and look at a few variations on the d10s you can find within.The Sansu Set d10 is a truncated octahedron us…

La Fumeria dei Pensieri IncompiutiUVG Sessione 15 - Il Giardino dell'Eden… Forse

Questo è il quindicesimo resoconto della campagna che sto conducendo di Ultraviolet Grasslands, un viaggio psichedelico attraverso le immense Praterie Ultraviolette fino alla Città Nera.L'inizio di questo viaggio lisergico è narrato qui.Personaggi presenti: Blu Colpa, Malachite Diamandis, Raton Tio, Artificio DaRegretGiorno 105, Cratere dei Cocci, presso l'Autofat ImpazzitaIn un paio di giorni arrivano all'autofat.Ai piedi di un leggero rilievo, una grossa area è ricoperta di vegetazione, a…

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  • Campagna di UVG
  • ITALIANO
  • OSR
  • resoconto
  • Ultraviolet Grasslands

B/X BLACKRAZORFluency

First: a quick reality check. Before I start diving into discussions of language (and language design), please understand that your humble author has no academic background in linguistics or communication, nor historical anthropology applying to the subject, nor even any background in teaching or education. I write for (i.e. "design") games. The games I design for (tabletop RPGs) seek to emulate specific particulars of my choosing, and they try to do so with an eye towards playability, balancing…

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  • advanced play
  • attributes
  • design
  • history
  • intelligence
  • language
  • NPCs
  • race
  • rules

DREAMING DRAGONSLAYERPoke-Monsters

Maze Rats has a fun way for making monsters. You start by rolling a monster base; aerial, terrestrial, aquatic, etc. You can roll a second base if you choose to start combining the results. Then roll things like features, traits, abilities, tactics, personalities, weaknesses to taste. All awesome things. “But I’m lazy. I want a … Continue reading Poke-Monsters →

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  • design
  • pokemon

Melancholies and MirthThe mountains loom ahead, considerations for the horizon line in wilderness exploration

While 6' mile hexes are prefered as they allow the horizon line to match human sight from the center to the edges, characters would be able to see mountains and hills further in the distance. While this is more things to remember during wilderness travel, it easily managed by the use of a ruler while running a game. The visibility of Hills, Mountains, and Mountains whose peaks are covered in snow could be easily determined by the use of a ruler or protractor. Further the sightline of a character…

Red Dice DiariesReligious Ceremonies

In this Monday’s episode we talk about how you can use religious ceremonies in your RPG session: Title Music: Fireworks by Alexander Nakarada (Public Domain) : https://freepd.com/electronic.php Want to get involved in the conversation? You can leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/RDDRPGPodcast If you’re having issues with Speakpipe you can also leave a voicemail on our … Continue reading "Religious Ceremonies"

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  • GM Tips
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  • Tabletop RPG Ramblings
  • Buzzsprout
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  • gm tips

The Hapless HenchmanSomething about Sewers: Ultan's Door 3 Review

This is IIRC the second sewage-related thing I have reviewed in the hoary life of this blog, the first being Daniel Bishop's commendable and filthy thing which you may find here.I am generally weary and leery of Kickstarters. It's too bad, because it does seem (despite my anxiety) an ideal way to get a nice thing made in our byzantine capitalist system. A great list of the things i've kickstarted

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  • OSR; Reviews; Ultan's Door

Methods & MadnessNeedless complexity is gatekeeping + justify every rule

I watched an interesting video from Nerdarchy a while ago. The tile is "D&D Ability Scores: Why are We Still Doing it This Way". While the discussion on ability scores is not new, I think they nailed the true issue:Needless complexity is gatekeeping.I'm paraphrasing here but they basically ask:Are these things the true gatekeepers of D&D? Or: in order to play D&D, do you need to learn all these rules that matter very little or nothing? We are just making math with extra steps at this point...…

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  • 5e
  • Basic D&D
  • Brainstorming
  • D&D
  • Design
  • House rules
  • Minimalism
  • OSR

La Fumeria dei Pensieri IncompiutiUVG Encounter Roller

I made a digital roller for the Encounter table from Ultraviolet Grasslands using both dice types (d12 for weighted results, d8 for linear ones).I'm using UVG's Encounter table a lot in my game, but I got tired rolling four dice every time so I made this roller to speed up things.You can see/use (and, if you like, edit) the encounters roller here at Perchance (or just use it, below).Also, it's the first time I'm using Perchance and it is so good!It is very simple for the basic needs, and ver…

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  • ENGLISH
  • generatore casuale
  • OSR
  • Ultraviolet Grasslands

These Old GamesA-Wing Test Two - Coding Crazy

I'm still monkeying around with code. I like it! I closed up those spaces between the rows of hexes. Here is a screen grab on from a desktop browser.I need to make this mobile compliant.

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  • Photo Gallery
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Delta's D&D HotspotAbility Modifiers in Immortal Rules

Occasionally I gripe about the slightly unfortunate pattern of standard ability score modifiers chosen by Tom Moldvay in the B/X rules. I mean: On the one hand it's kind of fun (you can get a +3 bonus but only at the perfect score of 18). It sort of has the feeling of reflecting a bell-shaped distribution; but in so doing it actually over-amplifies the effect. (Example gripes part way through our recent Wandering DMs show on 50 Years of Chainmail). Moreover, at some point for a variety of reason…

The Other Side blogReview: Gamma World, 1st Edition (1978)

I had not planned this, but DriveThruRPG is having a Sci-Fi sale now. I had mentioned that May had a"soft-theme" of Sci-Fi. It is very likely I knew this in the back of my mind. So while their sale is going on I want to look at various Sci-fi games in my life-long quest to find the perfect one for me.I am going to start with some that I have played and see where these reviews take me.There is an important piece of my 40+ years of D&D anniversary that I have neglected and I thought I must rect…

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  • 80s
  • review
  • sci-fi

Hack & SlashOn Monday Musings I

Hi.This blog used to smash down all kinds of theory and ideas. Except now, most of them are mainstream. I'm not going to be doing the same thing I was doing in 2008 or 2012. I'm over here in 2021. I'm making things with those theories and ideas.I have three scheduled games a week. I'm aware of the fan who only buys and doesn't play, but opposed to the late 90's, these consumers are in the minority.Becoming a professional has changed things, I understand situations more clearly. I won't be wri…

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  • Monday Musings

The Nine and Thirty KingdomsMystical States: The Ethereal Realm

Continuing the re-thinking cosmology discussion about multiple mystical states of matter that create the illusion of multiple planes of existence in a single-plane universe…While physical, ghostly, and eternal matter remains tangible and detectible, the essential property of matter in the ethereal state is intangibility. And here, I don’t just mean “intangible” in the literal, narrow sense of “can’t be touched”, but in the broader sense of “unable to interact with things physically”.Ethereal m…

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  • cosmology
  • dnd

tenfootpole.orgA Wintry Death

Jason Duff Earl of Fife Games OSE/BX What's a level? Our stores were empty and game was scarce. We pushed out further and further to find anything to fill our bellies. My family was starving and I knew it would … Continue reading →

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  • Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Review
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CROSS PLANESHorrific!: The Sentinel for Cepheus Quantum

The Sentinel for Cepheus QuantumThe Sentinels are spherical metal devices used by the Tall Man for various purposes, primarily enforcement. They are best known for their ability to jam into a human skull and suck out the blood, thus killing the victim. Through unknown propulsion, they float in the air.The Tall Man typically amputates the minds of his victims by placing their brains within the Sentinel devices, thus creating Lurkers and Sentinels simultaneously. The Silver Sentinels patrol the …

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  • Bestiary
  • Cepheus Atom
  • Cepheus Quantum
  • Horrific!
  • OSR

Aboleth OverlordsDaemon Summoning

I have used quite a lot of summoning systems over the years. My homebrew setting’s magic system is heavily based on negotiating with spirits, demons, etc. and I feel like I have tried a majority of systems out there – d&d hacks, summon spells, systems lifted from whole other games, freeform etc. A lot of … Continue reading Daemon Summoning

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  • RPG
  • d&d
  • osr
  • summoning

Dyson's DodecahedronShadows of the Ruinous Powers – Session 58

(Being a series of quick game notes trying to account for the events of many sessions of playing through The …Continue reading →

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  • Fantasy
  • Actual Play
  • OSR
  • RPG
  • Shadows of the Ruinous Powers
  • Something Rotten In Kislev
  • The Enemy Within
  • Warhammer Fantasy
  • WHFRP
  • WHFRP1e

2021-05-09

Doomslakers!GOZR: Kickgunfight

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  • Art
  • Gooz
  • GOZR

Box Full of BoxesShanghai Shadowrun Part III - The Queen Celeste & The Lucky Coin

Howdy there folks, this is the 3rd job overall in my Shadowrun campaign, you'll probably want to read both parts I and II, as well as my short article on the first coin of LuckLocate the Mega-Freighter Queen Celeste. Break into the ship with the Bronze Sharks.Steal the assigned cargo container. Do not sink the vessel. Avoid casualties.The PC’s crew has become an important part of Pudong district’s underworld. Having exterminated the Glowing Eyes Circle and taken over the Jumbo Jackpots, they …

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  • Module
  • Shadowrun

Box Full of BoxesThe First Coin of Luck - An Artifact for Shadowrun

A Recent History of the First Lucky CoinKnown by the title Lu(wealth), this magical artifact in the form of a humble bronze cash coin supposedly brings prosperity and riches to it’s bearer. Originally given to a Hong Kong fisherman named Sun Yat-Sun through a bequest in Dunkelzahn’s will, the coin was stolen by a group of Yakuza from a now defunct branch of the Watada-rengo. After their murder of Sun Yat-Sun and theft of the coin, they family was rocked by a series of disastrous unlucky breaks;…

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  • Shadowrun

Age of Dusk[Actual Play] Swords Against Chaos 34 (Mystara B/X); Disaster at the Red Blade’s Lair

And so it was that on the 17th they set out once more for the Dymrak, in search of Stephan, the Drover’s brother, who, if he was still among the living, had now been a captive of the Goblins for over a month. As the weather turned fell and the green of the trees was … More [Actual Play] Swords Against Chaos 34 (Mystara B/X); Disaster at the Red Blade’s Lair

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  • Actual Play
  • Actual Play Bitches
  • Actual Play? Scandalous!
  • DnD Basic

Archon's CourtTeleGLOGela Archaeology

The TeleGLOGela was a crime against humanity perpetrated by the OSR Discord. Twice.Somewhere, in theory, there's something playable in it. In this post, we're going to look through the original TeleGLOGela, which you can read here, if you hate yourself.We are not looking at the even worse second edition, which among other things has a set of rules for dentistry and also removed every J, L and C from the document. There is nothing worth taking from it, and it should be abandoned. However, at th…

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  • GLOG

Gothridge ManorKickstarter Alert: Delvers to Grow

Just when you thought it was safe to take a break from Kickstarter, another one comes along and drags you back into its money devouring maw. Douglas Cole, the man behind Gaming Ballistic, Slayer of Dragon Heresy, Headlocker of Dungeon Grappling, and a pile of gaming material that could choke out a hungry umber hulk has just released his new Kickstarter, Delvers to Grow.Doug provided me with a sneak peek of Delvers to grow so let talk about what's inside. First off this is for GURPS Dungeon Fant…

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  • Delvers to Grow
  • Douglas Cole
  • Dungeon Fantasy
  • Gaming Ballistic
  • GURPS
  • Kickstarter

Throne of SaltCHASE THE BLACK RABBIT

Own work.****WANTEDBy order of the λ Serpentis Colonial ProtectorateAnticitizen terrorist cell "BLACK RABBIT COMPANY"For crimes as follows:Self-theft and violation of indenture contractAffiliation with seditionist Peoples' Liberation ArmyMurder of Protectorate peacekeepersAssassination of a Protectorate district directorKidnapping of Protectorate party membersFurther acts of violence against state-sanctioned corporate entitiesTheft and desecration of state property including piracyP…

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  • characters
  • chase the black rabbit
  • esoteric enterprises
  • mothership
  • SCP

B/X BLACKRAZORLanguage!

I like languages in my D&D games. I get that not everyone does. What I don't like is the system for languages, which has varied from edition to edition.Welp, a couple nights ago I woke up with pretty much a complete idea formed in my head about how I might manage the issue in my games. I'm pretty excited by it. But before I share, please allow me to first write a bit about the whys and wherefores of languages in Dungeons & Dragons; I'll be quick, I promise!Communication and interaction with no…

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  • language
  • rules

Ancient Vaults & Eldritch Secrets-An oldschool gaming blog….[New Magic Item] Wand of Weird Spells

Wand of Weird Spells The slippery mag Javoral, having made his preparations the night before, hastily disposed of the magical wand after using it on his rival’s spellbook. As the sun rose in the Courtyard of Serenity the two sorcerers … Continue reading →

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  • Magic Items
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  • Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea
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  • blueholme
  • Iron Falcon
  • Labyrinth Lord
  • OD&D
  • OS Essentials
  • OSRIC
  • roleplaying
  • rpg
  • Swords & Sorcery
  • Swords & Wizardry

Doomslakers!GOZR: Smokin'

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  • Art
  • Gooz
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Monsters and ManualsMomentum Has a Quality All of Its Own

Momentum is the most important element in human productivity. They say that genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration; I think that roughly 99% of perspiration derives from the sheer momentum that comes from bloody-mindedly doing something repetitively and consistently over the course of weeks, months, years, so that it becomes impossible to countenance missing even a single day.It's like compound interest. Paying £50 into a savings account will get you nowhere even if it pays a 5% rate. Do…

The Other Side blogSword & Sorcery & Cinema: Rogue One (2016)

So I heard that not a lot of people like this movie. Which I find confusing. I saw it the theatres and it was a fun popcorn flick (which is what all Star Wars movies should be) and I enjoyed it. So I decided to go back and watch it again. This is the first time since it was out. I figure since "This is the May."Rogue One (2016)So this is taking place just before the events of A New Hope. We are introduced to Galen Erso played by the always wonderful Mads Mikkelsen. He seems to be on the run fr…

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  • movies
  • star wars
  • Sword & Sorcery & Cinema

2021-05-08

Doomslakers!GOZR: Beak Hunter revised

Some slight revisions to this piece. I think it's better now.

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  • Art
  • Gooz
  • GOZR
  • sci-fantasy
  • Sci-Fi

Bat in the AtticDelvers to Grow: One of GURPS 4e long standing issues fixed

My friend Douglas Cole of Gaming Ballistic has launched a new kickstarter for GURPS called Delvers to Grow. It is a series of options and templates that allow players to quickly make GURPS characters at home and during organized play like conventions. It supports a variety of power levels Including "Exceptional" Character at 62 points, "Heroic" Characters at 125 points, as well as providing intermediate steps up to the 250 pt "Larger than Life" default of the Dungeon Fantasy RPG and GURPS Dungeo…

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  • news gurps kickstarter

The Free City of Dunromin - The Ultimate Fantasy City play setting for Fantasy Role PlayingOh My Days!

Days of the week, months and festivals in and around the Capital of the Land of the YoungIn S01 The Players’ Guide to Dunromin there is a calendar giving a view of the shape of the year (copied above). This is all well and good but it doesn’t really tell you much about what happens in the city as time ticks along; in this blog I aim to amend that.Of course, in the passage of most games such things are pretty much irrelevant; Adventurers don’t have a “weekend” and when they are training or resu…

DREAMING DRAGONSLAYERCairn Spark Tables for Forest Adventures

Playing (LOTS of)Dark Souls and backing Into the Wyrd and Wild (19 days to go) makes me want to run a dark, wyrd, forested game. Having three issues of Wormskin also nurtures this… I’ve meditated on something like this before… What system? Why, Cairn, of course. Go grab this excellent (free!) game if you have … Continue reading Cairn Spark Tables for Forest Adventures →

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  • design
  • into the odd
  • into the wyrd and wild

Greyhawk MusingsOn Krakenheim

“Outside, though perhaps morning, it is still night, but a night of a thousand thrusting colors laid over the shaking stars. The shattering ice still sounds like a drumbeat.”― Dan Simmons, The TerrorOnly the strong survive what the north may bring...Only the strong survive what the north may bring: Frigid gales off an inclement sea, deep snows fallen from the highest peaks, and ravenous frost that blackens the fingers, the toes, the nose.Only the strong live here. What’s more, only the stron…

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  • Barbarians
  • Great Kingdom
  • Hundgred
  • Ralff
  • Ratik

Beyond Fomalhaut[BLOG] The Scoundrel’s Progress (Helvéczia Character Generation)

First, news on Helvéczia’s progress! Production is well underway, and boxes on our checklist are ticked off one by one. It is a complicated list, but there is a point with a large “ENDE” sign, and that sign is approaching. Here is where we are:The book interiors, covers and endpapers have been printed, and are at the binder for assembly.The Ammertal and the Oberammsbund supplement (a 72-page A4 book with hex-level world description and a handful of adventures) is printing.The boxes are being …

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  • helveczia

The Man With A HammerOSR: How much is a potion of healing in OSE?

Inevitably, players will sooner or later inquire about purchasing or selling magic items in the safety of town. A lot of common advice dictates to leave such discoveries to adventuring, and ban mercantile activities of this sort. Otherwise, why risk the dungeoneering?These are just random my notes for OSE (or your B/X scoop or choice). Giving my inability to grok the game at first, and doing a cursory reading of the text I landed on something that wasn't obvious to me from the beginning.Enter …

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  • downtime
  • OSE
  • potions

Take on RulesBurning Warhammer: The Captain and the Witch (Session 5)

Leaning on Circles and Wises to World Build In the previous session Kasmiir was helping Lilith around the shop while James had just finished talking with Femke, his sister.Beliefs, Instincts, and Traits As I was refining James’s beliefs for this session, I started to realize that I need a Guiding Light belief for James. He’s continually focusing on schemes and rooting out information. I’ll think on this for our next session. I’m contemplating Information is a currency….Beliefs, Instincts, and …

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  • burning-wheel
  • rpg
  • session-report
  • warhammer-fantasy

Dragon's BreakfastForest of Wyrd Session # 42 - Shangrat's Fall

DRAMATIS PERSONAE:Ranza (Changeling 4)Gnarl (Wood Gnome 5)Hobbs (Hedgefey 5)Thrax (Fighter 4)Vegarious (Changeling 3)The party look leave of the Queen of Ravens and were once more escorted blindfolded out of the tower. There the Ravenguard left them, and the party had to decide what to do next. General agreement was to explore the surface fortress further. Since they knew Shangrat the fomorian giant had one of the seals to access the hidden areas below the fortress, they decided his tower …

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  • Campaign
  • Forest of Wyrd
  • Fortress Iacarta
  • LotFP
  • Session

These Old GamesA-Wing Photo Test

I picked up this large scale A-Wing at Ollies for less than 10 bucks.I'm testing out embedded albums and it's not working out. I guess I am going to have to write some code later.

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  • A-Wing
  • star wars
  • Test Post

tenfootpole.orgShe who is a fortress in Dark Water, adventure review

By Phillip Loe Chaptain Ahab's Leg OSR Levels 5-10 Persevering through years of sweat and failure, Mother Cordelia Giovanni of the Ignacian Monastic Order finally succeeded in her great work—the creation of a human baby whose spine, once the baby … Continue reading →

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  • Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Review
  • No Regerts
  • Reviews

CROSS PLANESKnown Space: Kzin for Cepheus Quantum

Kzin for Cepheus QuantumKzinti were bipedal digitigrade felines with orange fur, yellow eyes, pronounced fangs, ears resembling bat wings, four-fingered hands, and long tails. Males stood over two meters tall, with broad hunching shoulders and comparatively slender waists and limbs. Their internal anatomy included ribs with vertical bracing and multiple hearts. They breathed atmosphere similar to that of Humans. As carnivores, they were acutely averse to the consumption of plants. Their physica…

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  • Barbaric!
  • Cepheus Atom
  • Cepheus Quantum
  • Cepheus Sorcery
  • Known Space
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  • Races

Playing Dice with the UniverseAnd So It Begins…

A new campaign. Second session in. The thief, like a dumbass, tries to sneak past a dozen armed berserkers, gets noticed, and decides to take his dagger and his Strength score of 6, and attack the berserker who noticed him head on. Hence Jacob the thief died, and he took Barry the mage down with him, and thus did half the party perish on session two of the campaign.The wall of shame beginneth.

Methods & MadnessOn YouTube...?

Would you/do you watch YouTube videos about D&D and RPGs?Which ones and what are your favorite subjects?Is there something you would like to see?I am considering starting a channel, but it is just a pipe dream at this moment. The content would be similar to my blog: some OSR, some 5e, other RPGs, a lot of discussion on mechanics, minimalism, weapons, tips, books, etc. Maybe some reviews. Not actual play, not much lore.I'm not sure if video would be better than text or not. Is that something …

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  • Brainstorming
  • D&D
  • future projects
  • OSR
  • RPG

2021-05-07

Dyson's DodecahedronLost Reliquary

Ancient temples to dreaming gods that predate Great Zorisz can be found scattered around the hinterlands of the Principalities of …Continue reading →

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  • Commercial Maps
  • Fantasy
  • Maps
  • Dungeon
  • Dungeons & Dragons
  • Labyrinth Lord
  • Old School Essentials
  • OSE
  • OSR
  • Reliquary
  • RPG
  • Ruins
  • Temple

Remixes and RevelationsSOS: Terror and Humanity

by JMD3This is a new magic system for my Science Fiction game. Previously, I wrote a very good post detailing a potential system one could use, but that system was discarded in favor of me using the Insight System from Throne of Salt's Lighthouse. Or rather, I used my own theory of that system, as it hadn't been fully explained at the time. However, this dissatisfied me, as I wanted something more like the magic system in The Magnus Archives. This is my attempt to recreate that, with a little b…

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  • Adventuring in the future

Spriggan's DenThe History of Planet Kaendor

An early-ish draft The Age of the Ancients In the ancient times long before the beginning of history, unknown beings known as the Glass Makers created numerous large structures from a nearly unbreakable, dark green, glass-like material that have been found everywhere across the continent from the mountains of Venlat to the jungles of Kemesh. … Continue reading "The History of Planet Kaendor"

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  • worldbuilding
  • Planet Kaendor

B/X BLACKRAZORMaking The Insanity Work

This is more about this nonsense posted earlier.I'm going to come right out and say it: I have a newfound appreciation for Dragonlance, the project/product. There is a crap-ton of work that was put into these original adventure modules by the staff at TSR...the artwork, the maps, the story line, the box texts. Just immense. So much, in fact, that if one considers their objectives with regard to the publication, one could almost forgive the thing's failings as an actual D&D adventure.Almost.Bu…

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  • campaign setting
  • canada
  • dl
  • modules
  • necromancy
  • red
  • tsr

These Old GamesEpisode 009 - Gwyneth Paltrow and the Total Party Kill

It's Friday and I have another episode out.Gwyneth Paltrow and the Total Party Kill.Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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  • That's Not New

Remixes and RevelationsOSR: Rakshasha

artist unknownNot all mortals are equal. They range wildly from great and small, proud and humble to lowly and mighty.All mortals share two qualities, from the strongest to the weakest of their kind. All mortals fear death and dream of immortality. All mortals hope that they will live forever and will be able to escape from the jaws and snares of death. Sadly, for the incalculable multitudes, few have managed this feat.The options of how to do so are secret and rare, foolish to attempt and da…

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  • Monsters
  • Nukaria
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Archon's CourtDerelict-crawling GLOG Classes

EDIT: updated versions of these classes can be found in Orbiters Local 519, my new derelict-crawling hack.Since I am extremely boring, I absolutely love easy-to-run dungeoncrawling games. Throw together a Suspicious Location, drop a few people into it, and go. Sewer Rats is one, Sunless Horizon was originally one before it got way out of hand, and this is (sort of) another one.What is the setting? It doesn't matter. Perhaps the Company rules this section of space, or the Empire has just rolled…

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Dead Tree, No ShelterImaginary Metaphysics

BerkeleyPreamble: I doubt that my players care about the metaphysics of my D&D world, but thinking about how it all fits together, makes imagining a world more fun for me. In order to keep it straight in my own head and perhaps provide an overview if anyone happens to be interested, I've started formulating my ideas on the page.An IntroductionYou think therefore you exist.Your thoughts exist because you think them.In the world of your imagination, you have full control. Everything is fully m…

Ancient Vaults & Eldritch Secrets-An oldschool gaming blog….[New Magic Item] Potion of True Form

Potion of True Form The thief Zixin had infiltrated the gathering easily enough, though he was still careful to mark all nearby exits in case a hasty retreat was called for. Zixin accepted the offer of hot tea from the … Continue reading →

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Spriggan's DenYora’s Law of getting 1s in a dice pool

While I was checking the odds on an old system for rolling for random encounters in the wilderness, that I’ve come up with some years back, I discovered an amazingly simple equation (with help from gunnervi and A1vin) to calculate the expected amounts of 1s that come up in a roll of multiple dice of … Continue reading "Yora’s Law of getting 1s in a dice pool"

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The Other Side blogKickstart Your Weekend: We Got Movie Sign!

Let's Make More MST3K & Build The Gizmoplex!https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mst3k/makemoremst3k?ref=theothersideI am a HUGE MST3k fan. Back in the early days of the show, my cable provider did not offer The Comedy Channel/Comedy Central. So when I would go visit my girlfriend in the Chicago area I discovered it and was completely hooked. Fast forward 30 years that girlfriend is now my wife and our oldest son also loves MST3k.We watched all the VHS tapes she had made for me and now we cat…

False MachineSwordthrust - a Beautiful Curiosity

This is about the Mayfair Games 'Role Aids' adventure by Sam Shirley and Daniel GreenberghereHard to get a good high-re image of this, sorry!First thing, why on earth is it called 'Swordthrust'?The core dungeon is the frozen head of a giant ice titan which is in fact a mountain, (called the 'Titans Crown'), populated by the imagined memories of its ancient life, which is also a field of combat between good and bad thoughts given shape, and if you wake up the Titan then the proportion of good…

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OSR GrimoireQuag Keep

This is a land where Law and Chaos are ever struggling one against each other. But the laws of Chance will let neither gain full sway.Quag Keep, 1978Back in 1976, Gary Gygax made the pilgrimage to Winter Park, Florida to run a game of Dungeons & Dragons for famed novelist Andre Norton (as related by Chris Schweizer in 2019, whose father was one of the participants).Cover to the 1st edition of Quag Keep (1978) by Andre Norton. Illustration by Jack Gaughan.Norton subsequently wrote Quag Keep, …

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Tale of the ManticoreUntitled

This is coming a little late, but I wanted to mention that the poem used in ep 33 was written by none other than Emily Dickinson. I chose it because it's beautiful (and it doesn't hurt that it is also in the public domain). I should have posted this with the shownotes - my apologies for that. Here's the full poem:Hope is the thing with feathers (254)by Emily Dickinson - 1830 - 1886Hope is the thing with feathersThat perches in the soul,And sings the tune without the words,And never stops a…

Tale of the ManticoreSome New Phone Filter Art

I started out with a watercolour painting (that isn't very good) and used a phone app to bring out the nuances for this one.

Tale of the ManticoreShownotes for Ep 35 & 36

Ep 35Theme Evan King - Enchiridion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8NkG3bhIxUWelcome 148 Barovian Castle https://tabletopaudio.com/Previously On Scott Buckley - Legionnaire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwW0vFUCzEMSome FX: https://www.zapsplat.comEp 36Theme Evan King - Enchiridion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8NkG3bhIxUWelcome 148 Barovian Castle https://tabletopaudio.com/Previously On Scott Buckley - Legionnaire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwW0vFUCzEMDramatis RPG SOUNDS “Rea…

THOUGHT EATERThought Eater Podcast: Killer "Big Reveal" Campaign Idea

Happy Friday! Recently on the podcast, we have been discussing "big reveals" in campaigns. I wanted to share a killer campaign idea prompted by Free Thrall of the Keep Off the Borderlands podcast. Have a great weekend!If you enjoy my free zine, podcast, and/or blog, please consider supporting my work for only $1 per month.

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Red Dice DiariesJenny Greenteeth

In a slight departure from previous Friday episodes, we’re talking about a creature of folklore and how you could use it in your games. Title Music: Fireworks by Alexander Nakarada (Public Domain) : https://freepd.com/electronic.php Want to get involved in the conversation? You can leave us a voicemail: https://www.speakpipe.com/RDDRPGPodcast If you’re having issues with Speakpipe you … Continue reading "Jenny Greenteeth"

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2021-05-06

Age of Dusk[Review] Stonehell Pt. I (LL): Down Night-Haunted Halls; Overlord

[Megadungeon]Stonehell Pt. I; Down Night-Haunted Halls (2009)Michael Curtis (Three-Headed Monster)Lvl 1 – 5+ Beware All Who Enter These Benighted Halls of Stone. Within Lies No Solace Nor Any Comforts of Home. Toiling For Our Crimes We Must Dig Where We Dwell, With No Freedom or Mercy In Our Vast Stony Hell.– Message carved above the … More [Review] Stonehell Pt. I (LL): Down Night-Haunted Halls; Overlord

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The Other Side blogThis Old Dragon: Issue #20

This issue has been on my want list for a very long time, well this weekend I finally got a copy and I could not be happier. My copy is a little worse for the wear, but still I am happy. So let's get right to it!This issue comes to us from November 1978, exactly one year before I would discover D&D. The cover is a Halloween-inspired one, and frankly, I think it is great. It has a Ravenloft feel to it, five years early. It's one of those that rewards you the more you look into it. I can't tell w…

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msjxBored.

I am bored with fantasy RPGs.I know, I know. I get this way about once a year or so, but seriously, I am tired of the same old tropes and want something new. Something unique, something strange, something different.....

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Monsters and ManualsArt Contest and Prize

I run a weekly online BECMI game, now approaching its 20th session. One of the characters, Laren Dar (an Etruscan Fighter played by Patrick S) has amassed quite a collection of accoutrements during his adventures. At the end of today's session, we joked that he is now starting to look like a 5e character.It then occurred to me: wouldn't it be great to have somebody do his picture?Then it occurred to me: wouldn't it be great to do this as a competition on the blog, for a special prize?So, here…

The Nine and Thirty KingdomsMystical States: The Physical Realm

In my re-thinking cosmology post a couple weeks ago, I revisited my default “one-plane” cosmology.Short Summary:The “other planes of existence” in fantasy media and RPGs are not parallel realities that intersect with ours, but are qualities that beings and objects may have.Ethereal and astral beings are literally right beside us, but we are unable to see, hear, touch, or otherwise interact with them, nor they with us (except in limited ways.)Mystical otherworlds like Hades, Hell, or Faerie e…

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GIBLET BLIZZARDFLINTLOCK FANTASY: Campaign Notes VI: Gambling

LEVIATHAN RISINGIn Thaumatrian culture the number 7 is considered bad luck, for it is the number of the Leviathans that nearly destroyed civilization centuries ago. Many Thaumatrians avoid the number all together; instead it is common to say “six and one”, for it acknowledges the Gift of the Carcassanc, one of the seven Leviathans that redeemed itself through noble sacrifice.These Thaumatrian customs are reflected in a simple dice game called Leviathan Rising.Leviathan Rising is a game of cha…

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GIBLET BLIZZARDFLINTLOCK FANTASY: Campaign Notes VII: The Book of Stone

The book is titled "THEORETICA ON THE DESIGN OF THE DEMONLOCK FIREARM & THE MEANS TO ACQUIRE ITS BASE MATERIALS" by Doctor Palso Anduriac, published by University of Kvantio in the year 406CC (some six years ago and after the advent of the printing press; why it is illuminated by hand and not printed en masse is not stated). It is written entirely in Luzori; while the script used is identical to that used in Malazari and Thaumatri, the language is quite different.Given the petrified nature of t…

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GIBLET BLIZZARDFLINTLOCK FANTASY: Campaign Notes V: Languages

I previewed some of this last week; here's the complete list of languages spoken on the Thaumatrian Continent.HUMAN LANGUAGESThaumatrian:As the official language of the Thuamatrian Empire, it is used in almost every region of the continent. It originated within the Thaum Clade of the hero Verlauha, and its alphabet has been appropriated by most other human languages. It is used in the twin Empires of Thaum, Xylano, The Corbando, Estrello, and the Citadel.Malazari:A distinct regional Clade-b…

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GIBLET BLIZZARDFLINTLOCK FANTASY: Campaign Notes IV: Cosmology

When I ain't playing RPGs I'm a passionate astronomer, so world building a celestial cosmology is like crossing the streams for me. Imagining what it would be like to live on a world with two moons, what that would do to geography, the oceans, eclipses, the night, how two worlds in the heavens might inspire or terrify... that sort of thing is my jam. So forgive me if I go a little overboard with this stuff.THE WORLD ABOVEThe Sun: Zul, the Brilliant StarThe First World: ..... Varca, the Desire…

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Gundobad Games[REVIEW] The Black Wyrm of Brandonsford (Low-Level Adventure Module)

Here's one recipe for really good 'vanilla D&D': start with a cup of essence-of-Gygax. Now, add two heaping tablespoons of fairy tale - not the cheap Disney stuff, of course; I mean the older-fashioned, top-shelf, Brothers Grimm/Hans Christian Andersen material. Next, stir in one teaspoon of the Nibelungenlied or the Volsunga Saga. Finally, garnish liberally with player agency. Voila - you've got yourself multiple servings of an excellent ingredient for your RPG campaign.That 'recipe' also evok…

Forrest for the TreesThe Best of Beardsley

The Best of Beardsley by R.A. WalkerMy rating: 5 of 5 starsNext year, I will have been alive twice as long as the ill-fated Aubrey Beardsley lived. And yet, it was at about the age he died that I became enamored of his work. I has seen his work here and there, but remember that this was before the internet had been populated with every desirable image you'd ever want (and many you wouldn't). My real introduction to his work came as an undergraduate humanities student nestled comfortably away i…

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Remixes and RevelationsOSR: Martial Maneuvers

by Gonçalo SousaA while ago, one of my players asked me if it would be possible to make combat more crunchy, while keeping the smoothness and simplicity of OSR combat. I also had a much less sophisticated system where players could teach each other their class abilities, which was just a terrible idea. So I thought about it and after some effort, came up with this. These are martial maneuvers, techniques intended to enhance the combat skills of any character or NPC in an easy and direct way.Wh…

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These Old GamesThat's Not New - Episode 008 - And... Ah... This Episode Was Recorded Before a uh... a Live Studio Ah... Audience

In this episode, I talk about Gemstone IV, RoleMaster, Computers, Beginnings, Endings, Changes and Connections.

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noise sans signalShadow Jam: Neo-Neo-X, FND Syndrome and Fanad players' option

(Head of Xing is the second moment of Shadow Warrior 2 that started the whole "this is its own setting now"; among variable SW2 NPCs he is one of the best)All that glitters is not gold, it is demons. Mostly demons.(screenshot from League of Legends: Overdrive trailer)It might be odd to consider the metropolis ruled by demons and also full of demons to be a safe place for anybody else, but Neo-Neo-X is its own kind of madness thanks to Head of Xing and his utter obsession with human culture.J…

2021-05-05

Goblin's HenchmanHELP – RPG publishers, artist & DIYist | Better scanned images?

As you may know, I am involved in a Kickstarter for Zine Quest 2 call ‘Face Folio’. I was happy with the scanned images of the original artwork. Then the original artwork arrived in the post. The scanned images of the original artwork are good, but I feel that they are […]

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Remixes and RevelationsOSR: Goblins

Giggling, capering, foolish creatures; deprived of fear and drunk on black mirth and base cruelty, the Goblin is foremost among the terrors afflicting the small people of this world. For unlike the lumbering Trolls, tyrannical Giants, ravenous Ogres or any number of other savage beasts, Goblins are as common as poison ivy.They are a dark plague that afflicts the body politic of many civilized lands, growing numerous and potent when the institutions crumble and the nobility become more intereste…

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Weird & Wonderful WorldsGame Design Patterns: Social Intrigue

I introduced the term Design Pattern in my Player Design Patterns pt. 1 post. Given the volume of Design Patterns that already exist for GMing and the paucity of Design Patterns for players, I think that's the more interesting domain, but in this case, the pattern can apply to both players and GMs.Design Pattern: Social IntrigueI was thinking about how, several times recently, I've had people tell me that the way I do what I've begun to call Social Intrigue is unlike anything they've played in…

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B/X BLACKRAZORYoung Grognards

Maybe that should say, Young Groglings?Yesterday, my son ran his first AD&D game for his friends (also aged 10) via a Zoom meeting. He had exactly two players (Evan and Caroline) who played a human ranger and a half-elf assassin, respectively.[I later asked him about the potential alignment conflicts from such a pair to which he replied that he wasn't using alignment in his game...]Per my suggestion, he is running the Tower of Zenopus from the back of the Holmes Basic book. For a first time a…

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Kill It With Fire!Adventure Hook: Spiders of the Purple Mage by Phillip Jose Farmer

Very few people have the courage to go near the Isle of Shugthee.Spiders of the Purple Mage is very good. It would make a good adventure, especially on a world like Lankhmar. Or heck, TW has its own out of print RPG, right? And I suspect Harley Stroh may have been influenced by this one when he wrote the module The Jeweler that Dealt in Stardust.Hook: Have a solo scene with one of the PCs. They are walking through a bad part of town that is dark and pretty locked up. They are passing a house s…

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Ancient Vaults & Eldritch Secrets-An oldschool gaming blog….[New Spell] Switch Vulnerability

Switch Vulnerability Vhortal the High Priest of the Golden Ruins patted Merrid the ranger on the back as the vampire rose from his resting place. A surprised look crossed the face of the undead as he glared at the cleric. … Continue reading →

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The 3 Toadstools Another page from the notebook

This is a slow burn, but I'm enjoying it. I've started a few spots, a hex page detailing tidbits from the main map. Now I've got this village drawn. Sorta. On the page next to it will be a couple of shops and npcs likely. I'm still working on the white wyrm dungeon. Although I'm not quite happy with the map just yet.The nice thing about this as I stated before is I can jump from thing to thing. Later today I'm getting my first vaccine shot, so there's a good chance I'll be working on this.In o…

| Unlawful Gamesd100+ Derelict Urban Location Generator

If you are an Urbex explorer, you know the most important rule is Take Nothing but Photos, Leave Nothing but Footprints. If you are a post-apocalyptic survivor, take anything that might improve your chances and leave the rest. d2- Abandoned? Yes Yes? d4 size Single Floor Multifloor- Roll 2d4 Multifloor- Roll 2d10, spread […]

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tenfootpole.orgTomb of the Twilight Queen, 5e adventure review

By M.T. Black M.T. Black Games 5e Level 3 Centuries ago, the Twilight Queen reigned over the most powerful empire in the world. But her realm now lies in ruins, her people are scattered, and her remains are buried in … Continue reading →

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THOUGHT EATERHumpday RPG Show 5.5.21

Image by Evlyn MoreauAside from the actual PLAYING of games, my favorite things about this wonderful hobby are those two bastions of DIY creativity, zines and blogs. Join me each Wednesday on the Thought Eater podcast as I share the blogposts, zines, and RPG bric-a-brac that caught my eye over the week.Have you started a new blog recently? Are you working on a zine? Are you a content creator that would like to be considered for an interview on the show? Want to send me review copies of what yo…

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Jeffs Gamebloga solo sandbox for Tunnels & Trolls

So I decided to put this together after being inspired by Tony Bath's Setting Up a Wargames Campaign. First I built a matchbox map, using 72 matchboxes and a hot glue gun.Top-down view. You can get empty plain white matchboxes at craft supply prices, but buying boxed matches in bulk is actually cheaper if you look around a bit. True story: I was looking into this at the end of November, but I got distracted by something shiny just as I found the right thing on Amazon. I meant to add the matchbo…

CROSS PLANESHyperborea: DeRo (Deranged Robot)

DeRo for Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of HyperboreaNo. Encountered: 1d6 (4d6)Alignment: Lawful EvilSize: SMovement: 25Dexterity: 15Armour Class: 5Hit Dice: 4Attack Rate: 1 / 1(weapon)Damage: (per weapon)Saving Throw: 14Morale: 10Experience Points: 175Treasure Class: I"Clothed in rags and dirt, hung all over with hand weapons, their hair long and matted, were the strangest, most disgusting creatures I had ever seen in my life. They were dwarfs, some of them white-haired, from t…

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The Mystical Trash HeapD&D 5E - The Grognard's Cut

So, after having pretty strenuously avoided paying much attention to D&D 5th Edition for the last ~7 years, I got bored a few days ago (especially by the way old-edition fans continue to debate and re-debate the same issues over and over and over) and decided to take a deeper dive into what the kids today are playing to see what it's actually like, how different it really is from the versions I know and love.There is definitely a lot different, in terms both of rules mechanics and of flavor and…

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2021-05-04

Hack & SlashOn Posting

Why doesn't so-and-so post anymore?That's a fair cop.Before I used to work and write on my own time. Now my work is making things, so that's where the writing goes.What do you want to do?Do I want to fix 5th edition modules? Do I want to kevetch about the current drama of the week? Do I want to review the history of gaming and quibble over what to call each of them? Not professionally, no.Times do change and blogs have fallen out of favor. This is completely the way of things though, they co…

d4 Caltropsd100 Terrible Toxins & Vile Venoms

Despite the ubiquitous presence of Poisons (my inner pedant nearly always perks up to mention that these are more accurately referred to as Venoms when it comes to monster attacks) I have never been terribly fond of just inflicting Hit Point Damage, a persistent (and often conveniently disremembered) penalty to rolls, or even that sainted staple of old-school play: Instant Death for these types of attacks.Those may still occasionally appear as consequences, but I typically prefer these types of…

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Dyson's DodecahedronMay the Kraken Be With You – Landing Facility Lambda-Bravo

Every month we go through our back catalog of maps and the many amazing supporters of the blog over on …Continue reading →

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There Could Have Been SnakesTracking Time, Time Trackers

Gary Gygax famously declared strict time records to be vital for a meaningful campaign, but with the 5e DMG lacking any real helpful tips on how to manage time I tended to let it fall by the wayside. But with a greater appreciation of the importance of structure in making characters’ decisions have an impact, … Continue reading Tracking Time, Time Trackers

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