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Special Equipment Tips

From Johnn Four Roleplaying Tips Newsletter #268 Equipment is often taken for granted, especially by experienced players and groups that have been gaming together for a long while. All too often, equipment found in the player’s book is assumed to be equally accessible to all player characters. After awhile, the equipment becomes blase and an […]

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Fun Facts and Data On Historical, Alternative Mounts – Part II

From Paul Cardwell Roleplaying Tips Newsletter #254 Please note: Terminology, chronology, and movements are taken from Mythworld Bestiary, and used by permission. This is the second half of an article focused on providing real data and information on alternative types of mounts to help you plan and run your game sessions more knowledgeably and confidently. […]

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Fun Facts and Data On Historical, Alternative Mounts – Part I

From Paul Cardwell Roleplaying Tips Newsletter #253 Please note: Terminology, chronology, and movements are taken from Mythworld Bestiary, and used by permission. I will readily admit that this essay was inspired by Garry and Susan Stahl’s superb articles, RPT#241 – Gaming The Horse and RPT#242 – Gaming The Horse, Part 2. I will also admit […]

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Tips On Managing Mundane Equipment

From Johnn Four Roleplaying Tips Newsletter #192 Determine Mundane Equipment’s Value Proposition In Your Games Having GM’d and played in nearly equal amounts this year, I have to say I’ve developed a great dislike for equipment management. Buying initial inventories and managing those inventories is a royal pain and detracts from the game for me.As […]

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5 Poisonous Tips

Roleplaying Tips Newsletter #121 Consider The Huge Story Potential Quite often poison is spontaneously used in games, or it’s something the GMs add quickly to an encounter during preparations without too much thought. However, poison has huge story potential that shouldn’t be overlooked. Let’s look at the possible parts of the “poison chain”: Ingredients Or […]

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