Monthly Archives: December 2008
Manual of the Planes Wizard’s latest release is the Manual of the Planes with a new array of planes debuting in 4th Edition the homes of gods, devils, demons, genies, fey and titans. There is a good introduction to the planes extract on the WotC site: A plane’s type describes its basic nature and place [...]
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Last week’s poll was all about your role-playing sessions. The answer to “How often do you Roleplay” came back load and clear with 64% saying every week but with 27% playing only monthly. Group size was less clear cut. Most people (58%) play with three or four others but a sizable minority (33%) play with [...]
This weeks round-up of the best RPG blogs on the net. Saying goodbye to GURPS in The RPG Corner’s GURPS I hardly knew ye The Core Mechanic not only spots a case of bad timing but also has the best headline of the week: Does firing people make you a better manager? What Day Is [...]
The image below is taken from Demons and Dragons, a Polish(?) blog. I can’t read a word of it except the occasional posters like the one below. Click on the image for more but beware some of it might not be suitable for work if you work in a very conservative place.
Maps in Role-playing Games Tolkien started it by putting a map in the front of The Lord of the Rings. Since then every fantasy author, and most GMs, have mapped out their world in loving detail. But what about the characters? What sort of maps do they have and how do they know where they [...]