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- I liked a @YouTube video youtu.be/SoLyGIjxyso?a Brigade-Con 2016, multiple die roll resolution & Fudge 1 day ago
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Using either the pull-down menus at the top of the page, or the various means of tag and category search tools arrayed along the sides, readers can explore a growing collection of commentary and comments about roleplaying games and techniques for both players and adjudicators. The focus of these posts is strictly on face-to-face and play-by-post ‘tabletop’ … Continue reading →
For readers of this blog, what comes next will be no surprise and will be nothing new. What follows what follows, might be new, and it is for them, and those who might stumble across this post after discovering a Ubiquity game that this post has been written. Ubiquity is a very quick and responsive … Continue reading →
Just ‘an,’ as there will be a bit more to say later. This year RPGaDay was a little different. The month was the same, the intention to be positive and share posts about the good qualities of our RPG hobby was the same. Will Brooks’ cool infographic was the same, this time rounding out its … Continue reading →
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Today is the final #RPGaDay question for 2016: What is the best advice you were ever given for your chosen game? The last step is a Duesy~ I play a lot of games, but my chosen game is probably closer to a system and approach than a specific combination of setting and system. This can … Continue reading →
Today’s #RPGaDay Question: Describe the ideal game room if your budget were unlimited. Partly a social post and partly a methodology post, this question returns to the idea of how we conduct our games and the things which can collaborate with us to make them better. In this case, the room itself, and its features. … Continue reading →
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