A (FREE) Taste of Divine Power

Fri 25 August 2017 by admin from 6d6 Fireball

The gods are coming back and they are looking for champions! The epic campaign setting Age of Legends will be available on the 31st August 2017 from DriveThruRPG but we have a free taster edition to wet your appetite. This is no little nibble either. This fifty page introduction to


Reworking Cult of Undeath

Thu 24 August 2017 by Desdichado from Dark•Heritage

The final EBERRON REMIXED post can come after I've had some time to review the campaign setting and figure out exactly what I need to include (Dragonmarked Houses, plus tattoos? Some other power groups? Not even sure yet.)  In the meantime, I've been looking over my "5x5" for ...

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Remixing Eberron—the setting Post III

Wed 23 August 2017 by Desdichado from Dark•Heritage

AD ASTRA: The capes and rayguns space opera setting that I've been spending most of my time the last few months playing with. It is also deliberately an ersatz Star Wars, although as it continues to develop, it continues to diverge in many ways from the original. But it ...

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OSR Campaign Commentary On S3 Expedition to the Barrier Peaks By Gary Gygax

"The Grand Duchy of Geoff has recently been plagued by a rash of unusually weird and terrible monsters of an unknown sort. This western area, particularly the mountain fastness which separates the Grand Duchy from the Dry Steppes, has long been renowned for the generation of the most fearsome beasts ...

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Planescape - The Blood War XX. The Chastity Bodice

Tue 22 August 2017 by Sean from Power Score

Planescape - The Blood War XX. The Chastity Bodice Some crazy stuff happened tonight! Tonight I wanted to finish Bzallin's Blacksphere (a classic Perkins adventure), do a little fun stuff in Sigil, and then check out the planar locations that their new cubic gate is attuned to. The group had ...

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RPGaDAY 2017 #22

Tue 22 August 2017 by JB from B/X BLACKRAZOR

From the #RPGaDAY2017 challenge (info here):Which RPGs are the easiest for you to run?Ha! Note the plural in the question: RPGs, not RPG. If it was only the singular, the answer would be self-evident...I can run B/X Dungeons & Dragons practically in my sleep (actually, most editions ...

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Waters Above: Astral Adventuring (5e)

Tue 22 August 2017 by Unknown from Dungeons and Dragons Classics Newest Items

This 245-page text provides all the rules and lore necessary to convert the astral plane of any given setting into a fully-fledged psychic ocean alive with adventure, with its own locales, creatures, factions, weather, and geography. With this text, you can move your campaigns into the astral plane with confidence ...

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Remixing Eberron—the setting Post I

Tue 22 August 2017 by Desdichado from Dark•Heritage

I said in my initial EBERRON REMIXED post that some aspects of the setting were a little too try-hard; i.e. they maybe would have been better had they been unshackled from the need to "fit" into the D&D paradigm, as it had evolved into by the time Eberron ...

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OSR Commentary On - DA3 City Of The Gods By Dave L. Arneson and David J. Ritchie For Your Old School Campaigns

"Set amidst the blistered salt flats of the Valley of the Ancients, the City of the Gods is a strange and deadly metal metropolis whose powerful guardians do not welcome intruders. Yet it is to this place of deadly menace that Blackmoor's leaders now send a daring expedition - to ...

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#RPGaDay 2017: What RPG Does the Most With the Least Amount of Words?

Mon 21 August 2017 by blackcampbell from The Black Campbell

I can’t really speak to this except to say it was published before White Wolf became popular. Any of the early RPGs from the mid ’80s can set up rules and a setting with half the pages than an RPG can today. Jeez, Cubicle 7 felt the need to ...

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Starfinder

Sat 19 August 2017 by Mr. Blue from The Cobalt Kobold

Got my copy of the new Starfinder Core Rulebook and... I am super excited to play! Trying to find a group of players in Seattle, surely that won't be too hard, right?

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Into the Green: A Guide to Forests, Jungles, Woods, and Plains

Sat 19 August 2017 by Wymarc from Quag Keep

From the back of the book:

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#RPGaDay 2017: Which RPG Have You Played the Most in Your Life?

Fri 18 August 2017 by blackcampbell from The Black Campbell

Easy: Victory Games’ James Bond: 007. I bought a first edition copy in 1983 and have used it until about 2010, since when we haven’t had an espionage game running. Partly, this is a function of having worked in the industry, partly it was a response to the real ...

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RPGaDay August 18th

Fri 18 August 2017 by Craig from LunarShadow.net

18th) Which RPG have you played the most in your life? In terms of total hours it would have to be Torg, I was in a long campaign of it and have run a couple of campaigns of it. Total play time would be around a year and a half ...

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Classic Modules Today: L1 The Secret of Bone Hill

Wed 16 August 2017 by Unknown from Dungeons & Dragons Classics Newest Items

Danger lurks in the Lendore Isles. Bands of evil creatures prowl the hills overlooking the town of Restenford, seeking unwary victims. Now you have come to this sleepy little village looking for adventure and excitement. You seek to fathom the unexplored reaches of Bone Hill and unlock the mysteries of ...

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Iron Sky: The Roleplaying Game in the works

Wed 16 August 2017 by Andrew Girdwood from Geek Native

Have you seen the indie film Iron Sky? It’s a quirky adventure that deals with Nazis secretly living on the dark side of the moon. In 2018 there will be a sequel and, perhaps, an Iron Sky RPG. There’s a Kickstarter campaign live today. [Back this Campaign] At ...

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RPGaDay2017 #16

Wed 16 August 2017 by Michael Wenman from Observations of the Fox

The last RPG I used as is, in a campaign setting, was Pathfinder...I didn't enjoy it. The last RPG I used as is, in a one-shot, was Dungeon World...despite being driven by the Apocalypse engine, I did enjoy it.

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The Bitch Queen's Prize

Tue 15 August 2017 by Unknown from Dungeons & Dragons Classics Newest Items

At first, it seems like a straightforward commission for a party of heroes: A Waterdeep merchant hires you to recover a valuable item for her from a shipwreck in an area where dangerous monsters are known to prowl. But there is more to that item than you knew when you ...

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RPGaDAY #14 - Favorite system for campaigns

Mon 14 August 2017 by David Dolph from Big Ball of No Fun

Which RPG do you prefer for open-ended campaign play? 

I feel that the majority of RPG systems lend themselves to open-ended campaign play (Toon and Paranoia come to mind as systems/settings that would prove difficult for a sustained campaign). However, generic systems or those decoupled from a setting tend ...

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I have a kickstarter!

Mon 14 August 2017 by David Dolph from Big Ball of No Fun

As some of you have noticed I have been remiss with this blog (though I am having some fun doing the latest RPGaDAY event - part of the reason I joined in was to do some writing here). What have I been doing with the time I haven't been writing ...

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Table Top Babble 033 – The Forgotten Realms

Mon 14 August 2017 by James Introcaso from World Builder Blog

A new episode of Table Top Babble is now available! James Introcaso chats with Max from Reading the Realms, Jeff Greiner from the Tome Show, and Ginny Loveday about the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons. Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher. Grab our RSS feed. Follow Table ...

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Flags Post and Compilation PDF

Wed 09 August 2017 by Nate Christen from d20 Pirates

This post finishes up another PDF compilation, to which I link below. At the same time, it presents two flags, and provides suggestions for using flags in a ship-based RPG campaign.

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RPG A Day 2017 August 9

Wed 09 August 2017 by Lizard from Lizard's Gaming and Geekery Site

RPG A Day, 2017 August Ninth (On time as I start writing) Prompt: What is a good RPG to play for about ten sessions? Hmm. To some extent, the answer is “any”, in that the session length isn’t specified and …

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Using O1 The Gem and the Staff, by John and Laurie Van De Graaf For Sword & Sorcery Campaign Setting Construction

Your peaceful evening has been interrupted by an unusual request. As a thief, your skills are unmatched, but can you rise to the challenge of thieving for a powerful and frightening wizard? Do you have a choice?So I've been receiving a lot of heat hon this side for ...

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Deconstructing & Using The Free OSR Adventure 'Wrack & Rune From Faster Monkey Games For Sword & Sorcery OSR Campaign Construction.

"It's a typical job: Go get the thing, bring it to the wizard. Of course, you should keep a few details in mind... like the thing is a three-ton statue... probably broken in pieces... and sunk to the bottom of Eel Bight, a dangerous bay haunted by thick fogs ...

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RPGaDay 2017 Pt. 1: Wulin to House Fires to Stuffed Animals

Tue 08 August 2017 by Lowell Francis from Age of Ravens

It’s impenetrability is different than Nobilis or Chuubo’s Marvelous Wish-Granting Machine. It simply has so many moving parts. Some of that’s really excellent. The Loresheet system is worth borrowing for any rpg setting. The core book provides brief write ups on hundreds of elements of the setting ...

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