Most of us have had that point in a game where a set of characters work together for longer than a single campaign. Usually a character will have a motive for solving the problem at hand, ranging from the greater good to cash payments to he stole my ice cream.
Brian Isikoff”s party of three are continuing to make their way though the Gray Realms. It seems one of his players wants a very nice staff… —– Heh. Gary, playing Corvell the Fire Elementalist, pushed it a little far today (our 6th play session in the campaign). He’s been working
Creation myths are the quickest way to give a culture or race history when building your RPG world. They are common across all human societies as they provide an answer to the obvious question of “where did we come from?” and there is no reason to think that fantasy races
With our monster described and given some character (see part 1), lets get into the mechanics. On first pass through the paths available in the 100 monster bestiary, I’ve picked out these to start with. As a note, advantages and paths are underlined. Part 1 can be found here. Arboreal or
Since my timezones makes it hard for me to make the think tanks, here’s my few pence worth on some of the ideas we presented. Star Doors: I’m very much picturing these are magi-tech stones circles which you stand in the middle of. You could make use of local alignments
Brian Isikoff’s 6d6 Magic campaign has moved onto it’s fourth session. Having survived the dungeon of demon strata, our heroes now adventure wider into the Hundred Baronies. —- This session of 6d6 went quite well. This was the fourth session the new campaign, “The Gray Realms”. The two ongoing Players (with
I went searching the internet for interesting monster images for inspiration and this is a great piece of art by rabbiteyes. I’ll talk you through how I’m turning image into creature. First Impression – Looks like someone took a giant wasp and merged it with the upper parts of a
It’s a common thread throughout our known civilizations that humanity likes to celebrate or at the very least to have some kind of festival. Whether it’s setting off fireworks for the new year or eating a prized delicacy, these are times when communities come together to share in a common
In our first guest author post, Brian Isikoff gives us some information on the 6d6 Magic Campaign he’s been running. We’ll be getting some more updates as the campaign progresses. —- I worked up a fantasy sandbox the other night for some 6d6 fantasy gaming. This is a regional slice
“Oooh, heloooooo. Anythiiiiing I i can dooooo for you today?” By simply elongating my o’s and i’s on the ends of words, I can bring shudders and threats of violence from my friends and players. For they know this odd phrasing heralds the return of one of my recurring characters.