A great big pile of short little ideas for TTRPGs.
It is time to be epic! The Age of Legends Kickstarter is LIVE! Age of Legends is a complete setting for the 6d6 RPG. In Ancient Greece, the gods have starting meddling in mortal affairs after an absence of 800
In this week’s RPG Thinktank we brainstormed ideas for adventures with a Christmas Theme. Siege on Christmas Town (Patrick) Father Winter, enraged at his usurpation by the softer image of St Nicolas has declared war on christmas, a special
As a wise man once said “It’s CHRISTMAAASSS” and this week’s topic for RPG brainstorming is Christmas themed adventures. They can be in any setting and genre but we are looking for plots suitable for a yuletide roleplaying.
It is one of the great cliches of fantasy gaming. The characters start the adventure as strangers in a tavern but are thrown together by events and form a party of adventurers. In this week’s RPG Thinktank we refresh this
After 25 years GMing, I had a new experience on Saturday. Running the same scenario in two back-to-back sessions only 20 minutes apart. It proved a very useful play-testing experience. As part of our demonstration day at Chimera I was
Wars are great fun, at least when playing, but large scale wars can be hard on the GM. So here are five wartime plot hooks that need little preparation other than the use of a random encounter table and a
Maps in Role-playing Games Tolkien started it by putting a map in the front of The Lord of the Rings. Since then every fantasy author, and most GMs, have mapped out their world in loving detail. But what about the
Beneath the Screen has a free floor-plan and background notes for a great little tavern / inn useable for D&D or other fantasy systems (Use This Tavern). I love little things like this because one of the things that has