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Posted by: Behemoth0089 on Dec 8, 2010 at 01:46:44 AM
Hey, just passing by to let you all know about my TRUE blog, where I publish some ideas IN SPANISH for RPGs and D&D specifically.
Maybe if I get the time this season, I'll translate some entries to put them here in english so you can give me your advise.
Thanks, and see you all later!
Posted by: Kauldron on Dec 7, 2010 at 10:32:38 AM
Granted it has only been a few days since I started looking for gamers in my area, I thought there would be at least one other person, but I guess I was wrong. Where have all the gamers gone. Had one friend post that I should join WOW, been there done that, not gonna happen. I enjoy the get togethers and human interaction.
Still going to keep looking, hopefully there are some gamers in my area.
Posted by: grimmshade on Nov 21, 2010 at 04:31:47 PM
I have been running Strands of Fate for my group since it was released in pdf. I have always wanted to try the Fate system, and this game seemed a good intro. Strands of Fate is a generic rpg ruleset using the Fate system as its core. It makes some modifications to the Fate system to more easily make it accessible as a generic system. The game succeeds incredibly well in this regard, being instantly usable for any genre and setting you can imagine. Want to convert your favorite game setting to a different ruleset? Its incredibly easy with Strands.
The absolute best thing about the system in my opinion is the way the rules are so flexible that virtually anything is easily possible. In my long history of RPG play I have always felt a bit constrained by rules of the games. I watch movies,...
Posted by: FantasyChapters on Nov 18, 2010 at 08:18:22 PM
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Posted by: Dungeoneering on Nov 2, 2010 at 10:31:41 AM
Hey, D&D players, veteran DMs, hobbyists, true believers, I have a message for you: It's Not Your Fault.
Posted by: warhammergrimace on Oct 30, 2010 at 02:41:45 AM
This issue we’re spoiling you with masses of show reports including Games Day UK and USA, Euro Militaire and IMP! There’s a big focus on tutorials this issue, with an epic guide to the Application of Paint by David Heathfield and Richard Sweet shows us how to sculpt robes from GreenStuff.
Comic artist Will Kirkby has brought his Tuk Tuk characters to the front cover, and it’s well worth taking the time to spot all the details packed into the page.
We’ve got an interview with Black Library author Nick Kyme. Our intrepid reporter Peter Allison stopped him for a drink and a chat about Games Workshop, writing and his thoughts on gaming.
Once again we have plenty of reviews, and under the microscope this time around are the Discworld Miniatures from MicroArts...
Posted by: rsaintjohn on Oct 26, 2010 at 06:47:45 PM
So for my inaugural entry here, I figure I'll just jump right in and pick up the "15 Games in 15 Minutes" meme, the first 15 games that come to mind...
- The last one is a bit of a cheat, but I think of the games inseparably...
Posted by: symatt on Oct 23, 2010 at 08:48:09 PM
Race for Safehaven
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Posted by: cthulhulovesyou on Oct 3, 2010 at 02:50:09 AM
I would like to say hello and bid those of you who stumble across this group to join. It is in my hopes that this group can be managed by everyone who joins. I will set up a few forums for the games I can think of after I post this blog. Once we have some members and people who want to share some stories we can keep it in forums or I can make a wiki homepage and begin designing the organization of that as a little library.
I would love to see this place become a place for people to share their stories from other table top games, D&D itself, and especially how the two have crossed paths throughout your gaming travels. As for me, I hope to be taking a trip into a past ruleset made by Palladium Games called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangeness. This will certainly be...
Posted by: GeneD5 on Sep 27, 2010 at 12:27:12 PM
Fellow role-players, here is my update for the Session 8 of the latest Pathfinder: "the Vanished Lands" teleconferencing team, which was held via Skype on Sunday, 26 September 2010.
In one ancient world, there was a region where strange majicks and demihuman races thrived. The "Vanished Lands" were blessed by the gods and cursed by prophecy. Travelers became adventurers, and adventurers strove to be heroes in the face of many perils and wonders.
Among other brave bands, the "Dragonslayers" fought Undead pirates on the Sea of Nagendwa, the "Broken Chains" wandered the hostile Halmed Desert, and the "Faith-Based Initiative" retrieved relics of the barbaric Gusorin Confederation. After "Holy Steel's" journey to the distant empire of Khemet, another motley group gathered in response to the...
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