Magical businesses that should be in your RPG

Wed 24 May 2017 by colinice from IronCrown

There are a number of reasons that magical businesses may not be present in your roleplaying game. Perhaps magic is particularly rare or difficult to manage, perhaps magic is regarded with distrust by the majority of the population or perhaps …


Cyberpunk

Mon 22 May 2017 by vaklam from Play On Target

Welcome to the 67th regular episode of the Play On Target podcast (PLOT for short). Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction that has evolved over the decades since the word was coined. It produces settings that are excellent for role playing games. We talk about our favorites, why we ...

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Adventures in Playing

Fri 19 May 2017 by bliss_infinte from The Warlock's Home Brew

Yes, your Warlock has been gone for quite a while and it may have seemed that the campaign was on indefinite hold, but lo', it was only an

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Gen Con 50 GM Spotlight Vol. 2

Thu 18 May 2017 by Bailey Nichols from ConTessa

A Southern Illinois ex-pat, Savannah answers to both she/her and they/them. A freelance writer, editor, and developer, they are running a play test of their upcoming adventure, tentatively entitled "Spiders and Souffles", which involves a group of Drow attempting to run a restaurant. Savannah hopes players will enjoy ...

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Interview with Ubisoft’s Lucien Soulban

Thu 18 May 2017 by Flames from Flames RisingFlames Rising

FlamesRising.com is pleased to present an interview with twice-nominated BAFTA writer Lucien Soulban, who works for Ubisoft Montreal. Fans of tabletop RPGs will remember Lucien from his contributions to games like Vampire: The Masquerade and Dungeons & Dragons. Additionally, he’s also written novels for Warhammer 40K and Dragonlance, as ...

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The Red Concordant

Wed 17 May 2017 by John Payne from Sycarion Diversions

Send to Kindle This is my current project. I am about 19 percent finished with the first draft of my Black Hack based game. So far, character creation is finished. The goal of The Red Concordant is to provide a few more options and examples for newer players. The final ...

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Wearing the Cape – Sean’s Pick, 051717

Wed 17 May 2017 by spfannon from Sean's Pick of the Day

I’ve been on something of a quest to have someone run some kind of FATE game for me that I might enjoy. I’ve not yet really experienced the system in a way that left me with a positive impression, much like my endless frustrations with the Apocalypse World ...

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The Right Tool for the Campaign

Mon 15 May 2017 by Jacob Blackard from STUFFER SHACK

Most role players have a favorite system. For many, it’s Dungeons and Dragons. Sometimes it’s Shadowrun. Hopefully, it’s never FATAL. Regardless of the specifics, it might seem that a favorite system is simply perfect. The system may follow the exact philosophy you have for gaming, it may ...

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Incarnate: Last of the Lacers - Fantasy Grounds module

Mon 15 May 2017 by Unknown from Dungeons & Dragons Classics Newest Items

All proceeds go to charity! Read further for more details! Welcome to the world of Incarnate, a land of elemental warriors, strange and fantastic beasts, and spirits from other dimensions. The heart of the world is the Incarnate themself, the only person who can lace all four of the classical ...

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Tunnels & Trolls 5e now available in PDF

Sun 14 May 2017 by Erik Tenkar from Tenkar's Tavern

Tunnels &Trolls is the 2nd oldest role-playing game and has been in print since 1976. This 100 page PDF contains the classic and widely popular 5th edition of T&T. This is the version that most people remember and used from 1979 to 2006. Like most rpgs you play this ...

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New Podcast Is Live!

Sat 13 May 2017 by Dread Gazebo from The Dread Gazebo

We’re Up! Remember a while back when I put up that pilot episode of a new podcast? Well that new podcast now has a name,

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Deal of the Day - Barbarians of Lemuria: Mythic Edition (solid Swords & Sorcery RPG)

Fri 12 May 2017 by Erik Tenkar from Tenkar's Tavern

I own the original, non mystical, edition of

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New Comic Kickstarter Based on the Fae Noir RPG

Thu 11 May 2017 by Flames from Flames RisingFlames Rising

One of the signs that settings can go beyond their original purpose, is the ability to take a world and dive into a new medium The Fae Noir setting is one such property; in addition to the RPG, Justin Bow is funding a comic on Kickstarter. Set in the world ...

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How I “Got My Start” in RPGs

Thu 11 May 2017 by jamesintrocaso from World Builder Blog

I’m going to write a post that is self-indulgent. I guess that’s true about every post on this blog in one way or another, but this blog post is going to be a story in which I am the central character, which is a little unusual for this ...

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Creatures and Treasures II now a silver pick product

Thu 11 May 2017 by colinice from IronCrown

Here at Iron Crown Enterprises we’re really pleased with the longevity of our games and the fact that even our older products continue to be a popular choice. This is why we’re so happy when an older product reaches new …

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When the Light Goes Out - Lawful Good Gaming

Sun 07 May 2017 by James Walls from Living for Crits

Politics alert! Yes, this post is going to touch on some political subjects, so if that kind of stuff turns you off, perhaps its best to skip this entry. But if the concept sounds even mildly intriguing (and you can put up with a bit of my liberal leanings), I ...

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How’s Your KARMA?

Thu 04 May 2017 by Rodney from Rising Phoenix Games

KARMA: A Roleplaying Game About Consequences is a brand new GMless RPG by Gareth Graham of Frenzy Kitty Games, currently running on Indiegogo at the moment. Gareth was kind enough to send me a review copy of the game, so let’s take a look… First Impressions KARMA looks great ...

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UbiquiCity – A Sourcebook for Sci-Fi RPGs – Now on Patreon

Thu 04 May 2017 by modoc31 from Rolling Boxcars

I’d like to plug As If Productions newest project. Tod and his company has consistently put out solid games in the past and UbiquiCity seems to be falling in line with his past products. Tod as partnered with some very creative folks to bring you UbuiCity. Tod’s own ...

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How Is Fate Working for Star Wars?

Tue 02 May 2017 by Daniel Stack from 19th Level

I've had the opportunity to use every official Star Wars RPG out there. I've played all three incarnations of the West End Games Star Wars RPG, all three of the Wizards of the Coast, and an

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