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Soon after my Riddleport campaign started it became apparent we needed an in-game device to make communication fast and simple. With allies, contacts and leads to follow-up on, the PCs had lots to communicate. However, the city was too dangerous to allow casual movement. With NPCs averaging 8th level, the 1st level PCs did not […]Continue reading
My campaign went on an unintentional hiatus but we finally got a game in this week. We stopped for Christmas, then work schedules conflicted, then I was out of town. Feb. 25 saw Session 18 kick-off with a terrific battle against devils. Bearded in Their Lair The PCs had just returned to their inn after […]Continue reading
By Andrew S Rodgers http://rpgdownload.theworldsmith.com Ever been stuck for inspiration with the clock ticking down till that next session? Recent studies show we are able to gear our brain towards desired areas and influences. This means we GMs we can gear our brain towards role playing and the generation of ideas. The tips below will […]Continue reading
By Mark of the Pixie “How do you use ROLL-playing to add to the fun of the ROLE-playing aspect of your game?” Passions Biggest aid I have for this is Passions. I let each player pick a single Passion, such as “protect the innocent.” When that passion is in play, such as when the PCs […]Continue reading
In RPT #512 RND(axe) asked for help on running interesting droids in his Star Wars game. I received the following two great responses: Keep Droids Tools From Mark of the Pixie When I run droids, I stay focused on their purpose. Droids are tools, not characters (helps stop them outshining PCs). It colours their outlook […]Continue reading
By Murometz , manfred, Dozus Here are ten takes on unusual approaches to the divine for your campaigns and worlds. 1. Hostile Takeover This world started like many others, along with a pantheon of native gods, but a cataclysmic event changed all that. An alien pantheon of gods, from worlds and realities unknown, usurped the […]Continue reading
RPT reader Chad Samuels sent me a spreadsheet of 1,000 NPC traits. A great resource! Thanks Chad. Below are all the traits listed. Just roll d1000. Chad advises picking at least two traits per NPC to add some depth of personality. At the end is Chad’s spreadsheet for download. 1,000 NPC Traits 1 Able 335 Frantic 668 Possessive […]Continue reading