Tag Archives: design

First time on Roll d20.

I lacked the technical know-how to insert a floor plan on the map level, but I like what I ended up with better anyway. It would not work for all scenarios, but it worked for this one. I made a … Continue reading

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Lasers and Feelings, Supplemental

First, familiarize yourself with the original 1 page RPG “Lasers and Feelings.” I am providing a supplement to that game, to help with a party atmosphere. Having bits of paper to look at and choose between, and a “character sheet” … Continue reading

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Ability Score: Horror

Ability Score Horror PM Brent P. Newhall made a tidy little game called “Ability Score” and I modified the Horror version to be a pocket mod. I also added more on combat, both physical and mental (intimidation and madness.) Hope … Continue reading

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Reskinning B/X Classes.

This is lots of fun. I’m inspired by Jack Shear’s Devilmount class re-skins. No need for mechanical adjustments. Encourages constructs, undead, and furries. Roll once for each, and you’ll have a pretty distinct setting. Here you go! Halfling: 1d6 Anthropomorphic … Continue reading

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Tournament Games!

I really enjoyed what Dyson Logos and Matt Jackson were working on for tournament games in the OSR. I was inspired then, but not enough to take the steps to pin down how I’d do it in other systems. Now … Continue reading

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Randomizing in complex systems.

Let me share with you why Tarot and Tarokka and random tables AND ROLE PLAYING RULES IN GENERAL are compelling to me. Oddly enough, the solution was best articulated in “Mostly Harmless” by Douglas Adams. “I know that astrology isn’t … Continue reading

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Starting Fictive Hack: 30 minutes, go!

So just for fun, I took 30 minutes, this book, this randomizer, this name generator, and a Word document. I made an adventuring party of 4, and took their group adventuring motive and individual adventuring motives, and whipped up the … Continue reading

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