So this picture of a ruined fishing village popped up on my G+ feed. An image search reveals it to have been taken just off the coast of a Sicilian island called Salina. As the poster Jon Bupp says, this is a wonderful image to illustrate an RPG. I’m going
Tonight’s RPG brainstorming session is about things which are lost. Not small things which can fall out of your pocket or get misplaced but BIG things – like cities, continents, planets and dimensions. It can be for any setting or genre but tonight we need ideas and plot hooks for
I mentioned in a previous post (The Lonely Rogue) about once retiring a character on the grounds of redundancy. If you’ll forgive “the let me tell you about my character” post, I’ll go into a little bit more detail. The Star Wars D20 group in question was a reasonable size
What happens after a character dies? Is it the end or does a whole, new plane of adventure possibilities arise? This week’s RPG brainstorming topic is adventures, monsters or treasure relating to dead characters. Any setting, any genre, as long as a dead character is at its heart. And here’s
Even in some of the most indie of indie games, the role part of role play is important. Our tendency as creative types is to always move towards more diversity. Our groups are made up of people who have a range of useful skills – they fulfill different roles. In
Now that InterCONtinental has worked its multiple time zone magic, it’s time for what’s next. We’ve a couple of proposals on what that will be. First up, we want to run regular game. This would involve finding a group of players, picking a 6d6 setting and then playing the game
I came up with this idea for one of our think tanks after finding the image. I like it so much I’m going to flesh it out. On the far outer planes exist creatures that feed on your dreams. The more innocent and happy the dreams, the tastier they are.
You’ve got your concept and you know the role your character will be filling in the group. The story leader has explained the setting and has given you the standard 70 character points to spend. Here is my advice on how to spend them during character creation. Before you can
Slightly different story telling time for this Think Tank. We’ve kicked off our creative shoes and we’re chatting about some of the best gaming experiences we’ve had as players. What happened, what made them so good and what can we learn which make us better players and DMs?
Later this month 6d6 will be hosting three games via Google Hangouts. Hosted by veteran 6d6 story leaders, this is a great chance to play some 6d6. All three games are standalone adventures ideal for both those curious about the 6d6 system and for those who want to play more