Category Archives for "RPG Blog Carnival"

Curses! Cursed Items and Calamities in Your Campaigns – September RPG Blog Carnival

This month’s RPG Blog Carnival is all about cursing. Whether it’s your favourite ways to use the Curse spell, ideas you have about cursed magic items, or stories you have about the predicaments of cursed PCs in your campaign, any blog post about curses is welcome.

I’ll join the carnival later this month with some tips on making cursed magic items for your adventures. Meantime, let me tell you a quick story of how a simple cursed resulted in the entire party rejecting the first magic sword treasure of my Murder Hobos campaign earlier this year.

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Making Undead Cool Again

This month’s RPG Blog Carnival is “Things That Go Bump in the Night”, and is hosted by Of Dice and Dragons. Undead are boring. We’ve gamed them so much they’re predictable and common. But that’s not going to stop me. For the fantasy city campaign I’m planning, which has no name yet, I’m adding undead. […]

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Travelling Circus Turns Into a Criminal Band

Roleplaying Tips Community Feedback – Jordan Schroeder’s Adventure Synopsis RPT Reader Jordan Schroeder sent in an interesting adventure synopsis involving a nefarious circus, and asked for feedback. As an experiment for Roleplaying Tips, with his permission, we’re posting his outline to inspire your games and to get your help giving Jordan some feedback. This also […]

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