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Animal Sovereigns

Nobody really believes these things exist unless they've encountered them first hand. It can be assumed that multiple Sovereigns exist for every type of beast out there.

Animal Sovereigns share a number of qualities, unless an exception is noted:
- They are larger versions of their animal, and may have exaggerated appearance and abilities.
- They can speak with humans intelligently.
- They can speak with their animal subjects, who obey them, up until they betray them for a rival.
- When two Sovereigns of the same type meet they descend into violent beasts until one of them is [...]

The Polls Are Closed

So the winner of this month's poll was High Magic by a hair. IT was a close race the last few days and down to the hour it was anyone's game, but the polls are closed and on to our next question: What Races Should Be Playable?

Shattered Star #5: Heroic Explorations

At the end of last session, we left our heroes standing over the bloody and slashed corpses of their enemies. Taking stock of their victory, the party searched the bodies of the fallen and explored the nearby rooms. Finding nothing of particular interest, they pushed on into the irregularly shaped room the strange rat\human hybrid had been defending.

 

The room was essentially empty, but to the east sunlight filtered into the room through a great window. It transpired the window was the other side of a long shaft reaching all the way down tothe chamber in which the party moored their [...]

Dev Blog -- Name Generators

Yesterday the 29th name generator was added to this site, Danish Names, with the 30th being planned for release next week.

Some of these, like the Maori one, have been a bit of a challenge to research, but through library visits and many an online source the name generators have come together,

One of the biggest , well, challenges, has been making sure that the name follow the correct pattern for the culture they are creating names for. For example, some Asian cultures follow the pattern of [Family Name] [Given Name] , but in other cultures, such as many in the west [...]

When Will They Ever Learn That This Never Ends Well?

Video Game Elements for Table-Top RPGs -- Ep207

DR50/Puddle of Water

Many, many table-top gamers are also video gamers. Are there elements that can cross over?

Cast -- Brandi, Jayson, Shawn, Eric, Mike, Dan and [...]

New Daily Build v0.234

v0.234

  • FIX: Checkbox save/load show box state.
  • FIX: Doors are properly parented to walls. Should address save/load and orphaned doors.
  • FIX: Fixed dungeon brick wall variation with bookshelfs.
  • FIX: Fixed alternate doors for brick walls.
  • FIX: Modified light settings to increases framerate.
  • FIX: Adding decor to walls is less “sensitive.”
  • NEW: Add decor offsets by wall type.

As noted above, a dungeon brick wall variation and two of the alternate dungeons doors have been fixed. It is possible that you maysee theseappear in existing maps. In previous builds, these would have looked like plain walls and doorways.

Also, an additional offset for decor has been added per wall type. [...]

1d10 Random Unexpected Mystic Hoard Finds Table For Your Old School Campaigns

There are times when adventurers sometimes come across unusual and strange finds out in the wastes. Some of these can be very unusual and weird. Some of these can also be truly odd, here then is a random list off odd and more then slightly strange finds for your old school campaigns. There is a 10 % chance of some of these finds being cursed or having far more unique mystical properties then

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Ebay finds and filling in white spaces on the maps

Ok, so I proselytize on geology here and there on the blog. And in that, I also occasionally collect geological curiosities - and not just specifically those picked up off the ground. That includes the occasional old text or map:

Blurry picture of a book
In this case, one of my saved Ebay searches pulled up an old American Geographical Society Annual Proceedings, 1874 edition.

The book documents the 1872 annual report, as recorded in their annual meeting in New York City, March, 1873.
I haven't read the treasurer's report yetSo, what was that august organization talking [...]

Box Breaking 157 Munchkin Kobolds Ate My Baby

In this box Breaking Matt takes a look at Munchkin Kobolds Ate My Baby. It’s a brand new expansion for Munckin that features 15 new cards, from Steve Jackson games. One of which is King Torg.

This expansion adds some great flavor to a tasty game.

Progress Updates-Maps Maps Maps

I’ve been putting off posting because there was going to be a lot to do and I wasn’t sure how to handle it without doing a video. Now I have enough to justify a video, but I don’t have the time, energy, or mood to make one. I do feel bad about the long silence, though, so I’m going ahead and posting all of my Master page progress. I already showed off the player character context map, but I’ve added changing character stats beneath it when you change the selected player complete with abilities and inventory:

Notice the scroll bars. I [...]

03/25/15 Tragidore: Session 5 The Sustenance of the Susurrant Sisters

After our meeting with the alluring Aurora we rest up for a morning departure when we plan to recover the Tenloss Consortium's lost wares. The night's rest does not come easy for those who undertook the recovery of the Nether Scrolls during the Time of Troubles.  All five suffer nightmare remembrances of the year lost. The Tragidore Five (The Nether Scroll Battalion? The Scroll Battalion? The Army of Five? Bloodrager and Four little spellcasters?) stop at Trinity Church before leaving the city.  Rantal Gundwynd approaches the group drawing them near Azuth's altar while Gideon silently pulls Zadrian aside, handing him a scroll, an alternate spell Magic Mace (110 spell variants).  Gideon has yet to speak, seemingly mute, but a communication is made between Zadrain to Gideon whose facial expressions were appreciative.  
Rantal was able to get all five's attention, pointing out the need to protect all the items that had been recovered and sitting in Trinity Church. Underscoring that need was the arrival of The Knights of Myth Drannor who convince Rantal of their need to protect the Key of Irithlium, taking it with them on their return to the fallen elven city.  Cadthronn and Alan ask about the possibility [...]

All My Dice

Now that I have all my dice cleaned up and inked, as needed. I thought I should take a picture of all of them. I am sure I will be buying more dice as time goes on. I think I can go a bit longer until my next purchase, perhaps waiting until my next convention…. […]

Delve 02: Well, That's Not Right

On this weeks episode of Delve, we find out the truth about gaming when Nathan poses five common misconceptions about role-playing to Alex, who humors him accordingly. These are some things we should keep in mind when trying to garner a new audience for games.

You can follow Alex on Twitter.

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Kick The Box March 30th 2015 Edition

Kick The Box March 30th Edition

March has been a brutal month to our wallets for the tabletop gaming community, and there seems to be no signs of slowing down!A couple of this week’s highlights I snuck in right before the final buzzer of their campaign, so don’t dilly dally about checking them out if they look interesting to you! Also, be sure to check out last week’s podcast with Suzanne from Board Game Breakfast and Board Game Blender on The Dice Tower Network and Part 1 of two part coverage series of our local convention, Gamestorm with Mike Selinkter (Betrayal at [...]

Dark Future Ahead 11 -- News from the 'Net of a Cyberpunk bent

Generating power from water mains, clever. Not surprised that Portland, OR, is in the lead installing these but they could show up all over the place.

And speaking of power generation, in the fragmentation of Lebanon, people are hostage to the “generator mafia” for power. Useful for understanding what life might be like in the abandoned areas, barrens and under-cities.

How the Disney MagicBand system works and the implication it has for the future. They know where you are, where you and going and what you want (probably).

So, Prince has a secret vault full of unreleased songs. Someone will certainly want those [...]

GenCon Protests RFRA Bill...That They Obviously Haven't Read

Before we get all butthurt about the rest of the piece: 1) About the only people I discriminate against a folks with bad tattoos…you obviously make bad decisions, but hey! that’ll look great at 65! 2) I live in a state with a RFRA and that didn’t lead to flaming pyres with homosexuals roasting upon them. 3) As a libertarian (or “real liberal”) I don’t care what you do, so long as you don’t scare the horse, and everyone’s on board with it. So check the pro- or anti-gay bullshit at the door if you choose to comment.

Oh, you might [...]

Spring Cleaning

I'm clearing out some of my RPG stuff. Take a look.

  • The Monster Burner
  • The Magic Burner
  • Ron Edward's Sorcerer
  • Dungeons of Dread
  • The Dungeon Alphabet

To Scrivener and Back Again to Open Office

After the issues I've had lately with Windows 8 -- screwy updates that obstruct work, antivirus issues, a bad scare after AVG locked some vital startup files -- I've decided to go back to writing Hari Ragat in Open  Office.

I don't have Scrivener installed in any of my other PCs, nor can I view Scrivener files in my tablet; Open Office RTFs thus maximize compatibility across platforms. Though perhaps I should use .doc or .docx so I can easily move through Google Docs as well.

After making the move, I realized something else: it [...]

William Sachs discusses Galaxina 35 years later

In 1980 I discovered the treat of my teenage years in Dorothy Stratten. The beautiful Playboy Playmate was a wet dream come true and then just months after discovering her she was killed by her husband in a Hollywood-Babylon style murder that shocked the world. What is most tragic about this murder is that Stratten looked to be on the verge of becoming one of the biggest female stars in Hollywood. My father, whether he recognized my anguish or a rare moment of kindness, took me to see Galaxina. I was expecting a sexual escapade set in a sci fi world like Star Wars. What I got was one of the most unusual hour and a half of my life. I came away understanding what it was to get stoned and yet I never took a single drug.

First of all, Galaxina was a silly story that never seemed to make sense but it didn't matter because the move sucked me in. The movie is a playful Pinocchio story in which we see Stratten in the role of an Android/Robot that slowly discovers her beauty and sexuality. If you were expecting a skin flick you would be sorely disappointed. Instead we get something that holds up after thirty-five years. Though we have this awesomely sexy robot the film never really takes advantage of the obvious. Through the use of familiar film sets, strange sound effects, and a seven degrees of satire, we get a film that can only be appreciated by a true fan of science fiction. The whimsical nature of the film gives birth to a gang that worships Harley Davidson and spaceships that look like they could be something that you might cook for dinner. I watched the film again recently and though slow paced, the story was grabbing. [...]

Majestic Wilderlands - The Siege Ends

We pick up where we left off, unsurprisingly. We have all captured on the gatehouse roof, Leshar the Lizard Guy threatening to eat the hostages, the paladin ogling a set of +2 armor and being bequeathed with a vision that says we'd best get our butts to the lower levels of the tower that is currently on fire. 

Well, one of the towers currently on fire. 

The clergy of Mitra are chained in the bottom, and they take priority over +2 Plate. Alas.
Vognur: Sucks to be a paladin, heh heh.Mark the Paladin: Being a Paladin has its moments. This is not one of them.So, we've laid siege to a castle without a goal or a plan of any sort, captured two defensible areas and set one of them on fire, and endangered the one set of people that we seem to be here to protect.

Pretty standard way to begin a session for us.


Leshar shoves the hostages to the stairway, and Mark dashes back to the main area, leaving the shiny, shiny, tasty plate armor behind.

He notes that the only way across the the tower that requires his presence is to cross the burning wall, and he sees two warriors charging across. He flings two arrows their way, missing horribly with both, but takes up station in the doorway, gaining Advantage because, as Obi-Wan says, he has the high ground.

The guys on the roof are rolling barrels of oil and water around, to extinguish [...]

Ancient Anti-Biotics

I saw this on my FB feed, and had to read the article and watch the YouTube video. Very interesting! Not only did they know about honey, but they knew to mix othermaterials together and get good results. Granted, not all ancient medicine is something I would want to try, but this one gives me […]

Majestic Wilderlands -

We pick up where we left off, unsurprisingly. We have all captured on the gatehouse roof, Leshar the Lizard Guy threatening to eat the hostages, the paladin ogling a set of +2 armor and being bequeathed with a vision that says we'd best get our butts to the lower levels of the tower that is currently on fire. 

Well, one of the towers currently on fire. 

The clergy of Mitra are chained in the bottom, and they take priority over +2 Plate. Alas.
Vognur: Sucks to be a paladin, heh heh.Mark the Paladin: Being a Paladin has its moments. This is not one of them.So, we've laid siege to a castle without a goal or a plan of any sort, captured two defensible areas and set one of them on fire, and endangered the one set of people that we seem to be here to protect.

Pretty standard way to begin a session for us.

Leshar shoves the hostages to the stairway, and Mark dashes back to the main area, leaving the shiny, shiny, tasty plate armor behind.

He notes that the only way across the the tower that requires his presence is to cross the burning wall, and he sees two warriors charging across. He flings two arrows their way, missing horribly with both, but takes up station in the doorway, gaining Advantage because, as Obi-Wan says, he has the high ground.

The guys on the roof are rolling barrels of oil and water around, to extinguish things [...]

Last Jackman Hero

By now Hugh Jackman's cryptic tweet, implying that he will be playing Wolverine one last time, has made its way across the comic and movie world. Fans of the popular character lament the end of an era, while speculation begins as to who could possibly replace him. Or whether Jackman's portrayal is so iconic that he can't be replaced at all.

For many fans of comic book movies, Wolverine was the start of this new post Marvel Golden Age we are currently experiencing. Hard as it is to remember back in 2000, big screen adaptations of mainstream comic properties were still tricky business. Live action superhero movies that were both financially successful for the studio, and faithful enough to the source material to please ardent fans were unheard of. Concessions had to be made. It was understood that many elements of the characters in print couldn't be translated to the silver screen.

Looking back, the X-Men seem like a great place to start. As one of Marvel Comics most popular and enduring franchises, there was a ready interest with a built in audience. But visually, there was more freedom to interpret as the costumes have never been as iconic as say, a Spiderman.

With expectations appropriately set, I was pleasantly surprised by the film and impressed with newcomer Hugh Jackman as fan favorite Wolverine. Minor gripes aside I thought it a serviceable portrayal of what I assumed would be a one and done X-Men flick.

Now fast forward 15 years and more than a half dozen times in the role, and I am amazed at how popular Hugh Jackman's take on the character has become, and how little it resembles Wolverine. Somehow Hugh Jackman as Wolverine has become something sacred. An act no actor can follow. But at the risk of sacrilege I believe [...]

The Voltamen warriors For Your Old School Science Fantasy Campaigns

The Voltamen are new and very dangerous presence within the science fantasy and postapocalypticwastelands. This new and dangerousmilitary menace is beginning to make itself know across the dimensions and multiverse. But who are theseconquerorsfrom beyond? One of the most dangerous races that adventurers might encounter in wastelands of Accursed Atlantis or any world are the

Do You Use Rule Sub Races in Your Campaigns?

This is going to be one of the topics for tomorrow night's recording of the Brainstorm Podcast - creating sub races for pre-existing fantasy races.

Do you use sub races (grey / high / wood elves and the like) and if you do, do you create your own?

Do you prefer to stick to just the default version of the race? Why or why not?

Are sub races purely flavor, or should they have a game effect?

Let me know your thoughts - and you can hear mine on the podcast ;)

State of the Game Night

I’ve been trying hard to keep my focus. We’ve got a long-running fantasy game set in a town where the characters have put down roots, and they want to continue exploring that; they are invested. So it stays in the rotation. Also, my Edge City game has been undergoing a transformation from a sandbox to a less stressful “monster of the week” style format, and that’s just now showcasing the new style. Those that play in Edge City really love it, and I don’t want to let that go.

I am determined to keep those two as the main games in [...]

Gun Blog Church Cast #32

Well it's official. We've quit guns and started a church. Our first fundraiser is up and we're looking to raise $20 Million so we can buy ourselves the Holy Five Million Dollar Pilatus PC12 Single Engine Turbo Prop Aircraft manufactured with care in Switzerland. Please give generously.
  • Reverends Adam and Sean execute their preaching duties flawlessly.
  • Sister Erin Palette tells us all how to re-purpose all those wine and champagne bottles we've got lying around into useful self defense tools.
  • Sister Nicki Kenyon explains the connection between money laundering and private jets.
  • Brother Miguel Gonzalez, using his unparalleled fashion sense, tries his best to impart a sense of style on Sean.
  • Brother Barron B. explains [...]

Ebay finds and wondrous places

Ok, so I proselytize on geology here and there on the blog. And in that, I also occasionally collect geological curiosities - and not just specifically those picked up off the ground. That includes the occasional old text or map:

Blurry picture of a book
In this case, one of my saved Ebay searches pulled up an old American Geographical Society Annual Proceedings, 1874 edition.

The book documents the 1872 annual report, as recorded in their annual meeting in New York City, March, 1873.
I haven't read the treasurer's report yetSo, what was that august organization talking [...]

I'm a Sucker for Battlemats, so I had to Share this Kickstarter

Figured I'd dust off the ol' blog to share this...

I'm a sucker for a good battlemat... (just take a gander at these posts: link).

I recently relocated and my old Battlemat of the Gods might not fit (still figuring that out).

These magnetic tiles from GNL look damn handy...


 

New Monster -- 3 Headed Kobold

That is one freaky looking dude!

This is a handy little ne’er-do-well I came up with the other day to thwart my players. It worked wonderfully well and turned a hum-drum encounter into one that was surprising and dangerously fun.

Take a regular kobold with typical statistics. Add two heads, one on either side of the central head. They breathe fire and the kobold is immune to fire. It can do everything a normal kobold can do AS WELL AS breathe fire once per round from each head in a fifteen foot line.

They are incredibly weak due to [...]

WANDERING HEROES OF OGRE GATE: THE SUPERNATURAL

We are still in the final stages of developing Wandering Heroes of Ogre Gate. Our play tests are going well and we are making some tweaks to a few key areas of the game. Things seem to be going as planned and we are hoping for a release sometime in the near future (we don't want to issue an official release date because we'd like to take our time getting things right). Soon I should have a post up about some of the changes we've made to things like Balance Points and other mechanics, but right now I'd like to talk about the role of the supernatural in the setting, particularly in light of how we've used it in recent playtest sessions. 

One thing to keep in mind is while there are a number of wuxia style films featuring things like Fox Demons and other elements of Chinese mythology, these are [...]

MidSouthCon After-Action Report

(Meant to post this last week)

Two weekends ago, I travelled to Memphis for MidSouthCon 33. This was the first con I was to attend in Tennessee and I was looking forward to it.

I happened to learn of the con through my friend Geri who was posting having an extra free pass and no one to give it to. I asked and she agreed to give one to me.

So Friday morning, I drove down interstate 40 to Memphis. I arrived just in tmie for the 2pm game slot. After a little bit of a scramble, I got [...]

The Campaign Pitch

When of Dice and Dragons turned nine last year I mentioned that one of my goals was to finally get a new campaign of the ground. There’s been a bit of interest but nothing that I would say that’s catching … Continue reading →

Another rpg webseries: 'Roll Four: The Summer Campaign'

Should more people play DnD outside this summer? Yes! Roll Four: The Summer Campaign continues this years tradition of semi-decent attempts at making roleplaying appear to be an activity ready to be accepted by the mainstream. Like LARPs the biggest hurdle is for the actors to sound natural when they …

Masters of the Universe Monday: Fisto for D&D 5th Edition


FISTO
Malcom is the older brother of Duncan, Randor's first Man-At-Arms.  Malcom surved under King Miro during the Great Unrest but was wounded in battle and stricken with magical amnesia.  

Wandering through Eternia he settled in the Mystic Mountains in a mining settlement unable to piece together how he lost his battalion.  His life changed when the Snake Men attacked his town and he helped save the Masters of the Universe from their trap.  But in doing so, Malcom shattered his right hand.  In gratitude Duncan replaced it with a robotic strong arm.  Now known as Fisto, he has made [...]

Suffering from [Genre] Mood Swings



I'm not sure if this is typical of all gamers, or just me, but I often describe myself as being in a "[genre] mood" when looking to play certain games or declining others.  At any given time, I'm really excited to be playing games in one very specific genre, typically for a period of three to six weeks, and then I move on to something else.  I get obsessive and very specific during these periods of time.  For instance, I may be in an "Ancient Roman" mood, listening to Dan Carlin's Hardcore History podcast, watching Spartacus: Blood and [...]

Shackled City Adventure Path #2

So another session is wrapped up and the players have been meeting some of the other residents of Cauldon while disposing of the loot they have collected. They’ve also managed to have one of the npcs arrested for being an accomplice to a crime. Trouble is now they have done this they are questioning their […]

House Rules, and HOW!

Although I’ve yet to play Heroes & Other Worlds, I’ve played a ton of The Fantasy Trip back in the day, so I’ve already started down the road of house-ruling a bunch of stuff. Here’s my current list:

Criticals & Fumbles

In HOW, 3 is automatic hit and double max damage, 4 is automatic hit for max damage, 17 is automatic miss and dropped weapon, and 18 is automatic miss and broken weapon. This is almost the same as TFT, which uses triple and double damage for 3 and 4, but drops the 5 is automatic hit and 16 is automatic miss.

My [...]

Two Free New OSR Character Class Resources For The Fantastic Heroes and Witchery Rpg System & Your Old School Campaigns

Grab Them For Free Right OverHERE There's two brand new free awesome character class resources for the Fantastic Heroes and Witchery rpg system. First there's a brand new awesome Excel style PC character sheet for the game. They don't come any better. All of the nifty little details are right at the players finger tips. The second release is character class extravaganza with a plethora

The Times They Are A Changin'

I'll do my best to keep this brief. Nearly two years ago, I set a specific schedule for myself on this blog. I made sure I would try my hardest to post something every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. While I would occasionally break that schedule, I tried to keep those instances few and far in between. 
However, I've had trouble keeping that schedule this year. My life has gotten a little more hectic and since I just got a new job, I don't see that changing anytime soon. Because of that, I'm going to be altering my posting schedule slightly. [...]

Game Stories: Coup Redux

A while back, I posted about the board game Coup, talking about how the different characters' powers each had a sort of story baked into them, reinforcing the theme with mechanical effects. I'd like to revisit this game a second time around. This time, I'm talking about how the entire game comes together, how it folds a bunch of different mechanisms into one big collection of game that creates a very specific atmosphere. Curious?


First off, let's have a quick recap of how the game works. Coup is a game about lying and knocking your opponents out of [...]

Meet 78, Adv 4, 3/21/15

The group eventually got to the last fight with the dwarven priest of Hades who assaulted them in 3 waves of various undead baddies - with a surprise of a wraith assault at the end.

Damage was almost zero since as the group pointed out - if they HAD gotten hit, it would have meant level drain as well as damage - and we already had a few group members suffering with negative levels to date.

The next meeting would be the cleanup and training - and then we'll take a few weeks off before rolling into adventure [...]

The 5 best ways to fail on Kickstarter

Gregory Carslaw was born to a gaming couple and rolled his first die before speaking a word. He has a PhD in Psychology, studied Artificial Intelligence and joined 3DTotal games in 2013. His first game took six months to design … only for it to be shelved. It was going to be too expensive to make.

3DTotal moved on to 404: Law Not Found, a game about robots firing scientists from tubes. 404: Law Not Found funded ~230% on Kickstarter. Now’s Greg and 3DTotal have returned to that original game and Wizard’s Academy is approaching it’s target on [...]

Mythoard: April Signups Are Open!

You can now signup for April's Mythoard box, which will include, among other things, Lichfield, a semi-exclusive adventure for Dungeon World.

I've already talked about it in two other posts, but essentially it's a 30-page adventure that's inspired by the Silent Hill series (hence the name, as opposed to the longer ones I've used in the past).

In a nutshell the main villain is a dead witch, who hellishly transforms both the city and most of its citizens due to her aforementioned affliction. The characters get caught up in this, and have to stop her before the city is destroyed.

Athena I: Booster Realignment

As promised! More docking!

Wait, that’s the opposite of what I promised.

However, I have now obtained the Docking Port Alignment Indicator. Will that make docking less keyboard-smashingly frustrating? I have to re-align Athena I’s boosters somehow…

Find the full playlist here!

Magic Item Monday: Ignominious Icon

Ignominious Icon Aura faint necromancy; CL 1st Slot various; Price ---; Weight --- DESCRIPTION Ignominious icons are small tokens of appreciation, usually bits of jewelry or trinkets that are in some way associated to the spirit of a once disgraced (perhaps wrongly) individual whose name has since been redeemed. An ignominious icon provides its bearer […]

The post Magic Item Monday: Ignominious Icon appeared first on Adventureaweek.com.

Westbound, Steampunk Wild West for Pathfinder

I recently backed a Kickstarter campaign for Western setting/rules for the Pathfinder roleplaying game. Westbound is by the same team of the previously kickstarted Pure Steam and takes gaming into a fantasy, weird west with unique races, new classes, archetypes, gear, and western monsters. Learn more after the jump. In its proposed 230 page book,...

Westbound, Steampunk Wild West for Pathfinder

I recently backed a Kickstarter campaign for Western setting/rules for the Pathfinder roleplaying game. Westbound is by the same team of the previously kickstarted Pure Steam and takes gaming into a fantasy, weird west with unique races, new classes, archetypes, gear, and western monsters. Learn more after the jump. In its proposed 230 page book,...
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