Tag Archives: D&D

Guest Post – E.G. : “When Not To Roll The Dice”

At the core of most pen and paper role playing games is a dice mechanic of some kind. Dice provide players with a means of arbitration, sparing them from that familiar playground debate of, “I hit you,” versus, “No you … Continue reading

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CaSE #22 : Hi, My Name Is…

With the game structured and the starting conditions explained, your campaign can get under way.  There may be discussion among players as to who will play what role in the party. There is a school of thought that believes in … Continue reading

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CaSE #16 : Allowed and Disallowed Books.

Following on the heels of Alignment- and Class-Restrictions comes the decision regarding which sourcebooks to allow and which to disallow for players to use in selecting Classes, Prestige Classes, Feats, Weapons, Spells, and other details. “Sourcebooks” may include : Official … Continue reading

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Sidebar – game options.

An update on the RPG situation as it relates to d20horizons… A.T.’s campaign, which has been related through Dr. Grant’s journal entries, is experiencing delays due to work- and personal-commitments of its D-M.  A.T. is writing and planning for the … Continue reading

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Day Forty-Nine

Ugly day again.  Raining more than yesterday but shy of complete downpour.  Pelor does not govern the weather but I was tempted at morning meditation to quietly remind the Divine that it is still summer, at least for a few … Continue reading

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Day Forty-Eight

Excellent strategy.  Linger in a lizardfolk camp for two days while the weather is decent.  Then leave the morning the rain starts, and hike into a marsh that stretches a thousand miles in every direction. The rain is light but … Continue reading

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Day Forty-Seven

I did not train as a Scribe.  Maybe I should have; this journal is getting weighty.  If I had taken up the craft of Letters, I might know what constitutes a ‘metaphor’ and whether today applies as one for our … Continue reading

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