The Most Intellectual RPG Owned The most intellectual RPG I own is Chivalry and Sorcery, but I haven’t played it. Everyone else say that its too complicated, similar to Central Casting . It was mostly bought for the tables, and has great city creation rules although it’s very rule-heavy. Related Links: RPGaDay: Favorite Tie-In Novel/Game… Continue reading RPG-a-Day: Most Intellectual RPG Owned
Favorite Dice/Dice Set I had a multi-colored set of d6s that were specifically used for rolling character stats. They rolled great. One day I was making some Rifts NPCs for my husband and kept rolling over 20 (if you roll a 6 you keep rolling until you stop rolling 6). He banned me from rolling… Continue reading RPG-a-Day: Favorite Dice/Dice Set
My favorite character My favorite character is the original playtest version of my Badgen race, his name was Stonefist. He was a barbarian, fighter. We did eventually have to tone him down, as he was unbalanced. I made him by the savage species rules and even gave him less than the rules allowed. He started… Continue reading RPG-a-Day: My Favorite Character
Favorite Game System My favorite game system currently is Pathfinder. I like the customization that is available. Especially, the character and race building rules. Although, if I could find a group I would love to play old school BESM 2nd Edition. It is simple and fun to play but I would use the new rules… Continue reading RPGaDay: Favorite Game System
How can players make the stakes important? Personally, I find today's question goes hand in hand with yesterday's question as well. Because, no matter what a GM does to make the stakes feel more important in the game. If the players have not bought into the story, there is nothing you can do to make… Continue reading #RPGaDay2018 Upping the Stakes in game
#RPGaDay2018 Most Memorable NPC? So far so good, we are heading into day four strong. Let's tackle today's question. Most Memorable NPC? Wow, I have a few so I think I am going to instead tell you about Two of them. Ironically both of these NPCs never saw as much table time as… Continue reading #RPGaDay2018 Most Memorable NPC?
Last year I had said that I was unsure if I was going to continue with #RPGaDay in the future. I had concerns that the questions were no longer as good as they once had been. My other concern in years past has been writers burn-out. Thirty-one blogs in a month is a tall order… Continue reading #RPGaDay Announcement