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23 blogs about Role-playing games.

  1. Adventures in Parn
    By Etna. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Playable Skaven Class for Lamentations of the Flame Princess
    As usual, I wanted a Skaven class for LotFP, as I have a ton of Skaven miniatures. This allows players to pick a Skaven PC, or create leveled Skaven NPCs if you so wish.Class features:High …
    By Etna, 134 words
  2. Aiee! Run From Kelvin's Brainsplurge!
    I'm Kelvin Green. I sometimes draw. I sometimes write. I'm trying to get better at both. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Strict Location Records Must Be Kept
    I've had a handful of questions -- or rather what is more or less the same question restated in slightly different terms -- about my adventure Strict Time Records Must Be Kept. Before I try …
    By thekelvingreen, 76 words
  3. The Alexandrian
    …designed not only to be a site of news and updates, but also as a repository: Here you’ll find my reviews, my politics, my stories, and my thoughts. By Justin Alexander. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Alexandrian Auxiliary – Modern Mythos
    I join Seth Skorkowsky and Jon Sumrow for Episode 35 of the Modern Mythos podcast! We’re chatting about So You Want to Be a Game Master, but with a unique slant through the eyes of …
    By Justin Alexander, 46 words
  4. ars ludi
    if you asked Ben's brain about gaming, this is what it would say. By Ben Robbins. More info

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    A Wild Lukehart Appears at ECCC!
    Are you going to Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle this weekend? Swing by artist alley and say hi to Al Lukehart at booth F-23! Al did the cover art for In This World, Kingdom …
    By Ben Robbins, 130 words
  5. Direbane: An RPG Home Brewed Repository
    An abode to share artifacts, simulacra, histories, and other items of note related to ongoing years adventuring. By Matrox Lusch. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Perrin Conventions and Cinematic Death at DunDraCon #47
    (George the Gnome Barbarian.)Mere weeks after D&D turned 50 years old, DunDraCon 47 was held (should have been #49, exception years were DunDraClone in 1982 and the Covid shutdown year 2021), showing the gaming convention's …
    By Matrox Lusch, 754 words
  6. Dreams in the Lich House
    A blog about Dungeons & Dragons, Call of Cthulhu, and fantasy and horror gaming. By John Arendt. More info

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    LOTFP Review: The Curious Conundrum of the Conflagrated Condottiero
    This capsule review will have spoilers.Here's some boring facts about the book up front to avoid diving right into the spoilers. The Curious Conundrum of the Conflagrated Condottiero (henceforth referred to as "4C" for the …
    By John, 604 words
  7. Failure Tolerated
    By Sean McCoy. More info

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    Stretch Goals Are Haggling
    One of the biggest complaints new creators have is that they hate dealing with stretch goals. it’s a common customer complaint too, because if you do stretch goals wrong (you are), you’ll overburden your project …
    By 2024-02-28-Stretch-Goals-Are-Haggling.txt, 970 words
  8. Goblin's Henchman
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    Artist Marcin s needs some help
    Marcin s the artist in many OSR works need of some help: LINK: https://www.gofundme.com/f/xy5nzg-i-need-help The details are on the GoFundMe page and I hope collectively we can give a great artist a hand up. Some …
    By Goblin's Henchman, 79 words
  9. The Indie Game Reading Club
    Deep reads, play analysis, reviews and everything else about small press roleplaying today. By Paul Beakley. More info

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    Stonetop AP Episode 4: Back Home
    This is part 4 of our 10-part text AP of Stonetop. We posted part 3 last week. If you want to see what all the fuss is about, here’s the deep dive on Stonetop I …
    By Paul Beakley, 1,697 words
  10. The Levellers
    By Dan Q, John Trevor-Allen, Simon Gilbert-Hague, Alec Richardson, Matt Payne, Matt Reynolds. 🇬🇧 More info

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    73. Finger-Pointing
    Driving their damaged vehicle down from the plateau, Contra-Disward towards the banks of the Styx, the Levellers soon spotted what they’d been looking for. At the bottom of a steep incline, run aground on a …
    By Dan Q, 581 words
  11. The Monsters Know What They’re Doing
    Monster combat tactics for Dungeons & Dragons 5E. By Keith Ammann. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Dragon Tactics, Part 7: Time Dragons
    Ugh. A week lost because the Oobit was sick; another week lost when my wife and I picked up the same bug, which turned out to be stealth COVID. If only we could rewind the …
    By Keith Ammann, 74 words
  12. Numbered Works — Notes
    Making adventures, games, art, toys, music, objects. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Dungeon23 03
    The Hex Garden Encounters Three inductees in vivid butterfly robes, gardening. Brilliant, giant butterfly, fluttering above the chapel. Hex Priest. Two furred, swift, small humanoids, stealing figs. Giant caterpillar, feeding on the nearest green leaf. …
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  13. Playing D&D With Porn Stars
    Zak S / Zak Smith / Zak Sabbath playing diy D&D … notes on playing RPGs w/fellow porn performers. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Temple of Naga Malicinda-Five Bucks
    Temple of Naga MalicindaMy players are currently in a megadungeon, this is one of the levels.It can pretty much fit into any big dungeon with levels or areas.Now available in The Store. Five Bucks.
    By Zak Sabbath, 40 words
  14. Professional NPC
    Human by day, Dungeon Master by night. By Simon Tsevelev. 🇺🇦 More info

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    Temple of Naga Malicinda
    The latest adventure in Zak's Cube World series is simple and elegant like a snake. It's about snake people. No stepping on the snake, please, thank you. It has cool monsters; interesting treasure that's both …
    By Simon Tsevelev, 136 words
  15. Project Work by Shane Preece
    Board game and Dungeons and Dragons development. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The only things we know about the Mirth Gate
    Despite all the media attention Seraph Moore has had over the past four months, he is now barely recognisable from his headshot sent to me by his media team. The give away as I take …
    By Shane, 981 words
  16. Rolltop Indigo
    The Blue Room Blog: RPGs, Fantasy Cartography, Cooking, Fonts, Stuff. By S. John Ross. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Risus: Thirty Years!
    We're almost out of 2023!This year has been the 30th Anniversary of Risus: The Anything RPG, the 20th Anniversary of The Risus Companion, and the 10th Anniversary of Risus 2nd Edition.As I write this, we're …
    By S. John Ross, 793 words
  17. Save vs. Total Party Kill
    This is a blog about D&D. By Ramanan Sivaranjan. 🇨🇦 More info

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    Mordheim 2024
    Since I last wrote about Mordheim I have played through two 10-game campaigns. The first was with the Undead warband feature in my last post about the game, Volchyakrov’s Wolves. The second campaign was set …
    By Ramanan Sivaranjan, 834 words
  18. Sly Flourish: Helping Dungeon Masters run great D&D games.
    Weekly articles with tips, tricks, tools, and advice for the ffth edition of Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) written by the author of Return of the Lazy Dungeon Master. By Michael E. Shea. More info

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    Running Infiltration and Heist Adventures
    This article is one in a series where we look at particular adventure types and identify how to prepare them, how to run them, what pitfalls we might run into, and how we can overcome …
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  19. Spooky Rusty
    A blog dedicated to Weird RPGs. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Session 0 Violence
    I find Violence excitingI've shared Violence with all my online friends, and they love it.(Some already knew it [and love it]).In mid-2023, when enough of us were available to meet over Discord at the same …
    By ᶘ ᵒ㉨ᵒᶅ Rusty James, 620 words
  20. Tales of the Grotesque and Dungeonesque
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    The Tyranny of Faith, Infinity Pool, Malenka, and More
    Things that brought me delight in February, 2024:Richard Swan, The Tyranny of FaithI read Richard Swan's The Justice of Kings last month and was so enamored with it that I immediately ordered The Tyranny of …
    By Jack Guignol, 3,106 words