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Choosing a Setting

by Delphine T. Lynx Please be aware that, while the article below is relevant to gaming in general, its initial target audience was those interested in MUDs, or Multi-User Domains – text games played via computer. Therefore certain aspects may not be applicable to classic roleplaying games, but the theory behind the essay is. Choosing a […]

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May 17, 2011

GM Interview: Gerald

Today we interview Gerald. Roleplaying Tips needs more interviews. If you would like to do a GM interview, email me and I will send you the questions. Veteran and new GMs are equally welcome – it would be great to get all perspectives here. Section One: Opportunities What is your biggest GMing stumbling block right […]

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May 6, 2011

A Con, A Cave, a Troll

by Simon Woodside If you’re anything like the typical GM you have at one point or another asked yourself the following question: What do you do if the players don’t do what you wanted? The question underlines a classic GM problem. As the GM you are expected to be a storyteller for your players (some games […]

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Darkest of Winters Adventure Synopsis #15

by Silveressa This synopsis marks the half way point of my Darkest of Winters campaign, look for installment #16 under the new name “Crimson Dawn” coming soon! “Fists of Fury? I wonder if these bandits ever realized their intimidatin’ name sounds more like the title of a gay porno?” –Jessy, pondering how much of a […]

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