Prep Less. Play More.
I have been reading ... well listening to the audible versions of various Forgotten Realms books for flavor and distraction as I drive to and from work. I am currently enjoying Erin M. Evans' "Fire in the Blood." ( a good primer for running tieflings.) And I believe the preferred greeting of courtesy in such lands.
I apologize. Introductions should have been given at my first post and not my fourth. Please forgive my manners.
Updated Yesterday at 21:47 by mhorgunn
So actually I thought I was "simply" doing a remaster of the old pre-SmiteWorks conversion of Monsters & Treasure of Aihrde for the Castles & Crusades® ruleset which is already available in the FG Store.
Got the reference manual finished right away. Turns out the whole section on the powers of dragons is missing, so that's in my new one. There's a lot of messy markup in there, the worst being that the weird (for FG's new standardization anyway) database organization
Updated January 17th, 2017 at 08:48 by Talyn
“Only a fool learns from his own mistakes. The wise man learns from the mistakes of others.”
- Otto Von Bismark
As the popularity of online tabletop RPGs explodes, so too does the collective frustration of all the new players who can’t find a game. I have been successfully playing RPGs online for over 10 years now and want to share some hard-earned wisdom that will help improve the odds of you having a great experience.
Many of you have come
Updated January 16th, 2017 at 18:35 by Answulf
First Impressions: 3 Stars, 31/50 Points
This is a creative concept for an adventure, both in the base premise with a plot twist and with how the characters start at zero level. But it is written for someone who already knows the details of the adventure and is proficient in the assumptions and conventions that are used throughout. It really needs to be polished and the execution enhanced before it can ascend to the
"... So we can learn to pick ourselves up."
I think I have died and gone to Valhalla.
Last week I wrote about my first gaming session with more than one player. I had been so excited over the possibilities of not only having more players, but being reunited with friends. One of these friends, Will, is one of my longest time friend ... since seventh grade. I played with Jim since he was 16. I wanted everything
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