new • universal • rules-lite • long • live-action • online • supplement • preview • wotc-d20 • world • genre • open-license • horror • modern • scifi • fantasy • traditional • postapocalyptic • superhero • Index 44: A Game of Automatic Fear by Matt Snyder Keywords: genre modern scifi rules-lite A scifi horror RPG about humans in an alternate 1950s - who discover and resist Section 44, a robotic conspiracy that threatens to replace all of humanity. Play proceeds in 4 rounds where in a round each player frames one scene.
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What's New • About This Site • Site Map • What is an RPG? • Company List • Bigass List of Games • Free RPGs • Murder Mysteries • RPG Theory • System Design • Systems & Reviews • Games&Copyright • My Campaigns • Convention Reports • Links • Blog This is an slightly-organized but purely personal collection of RPG-related links which I am interested in. Note that I have separate sections for my extensive RPG company list and Free RPG list . This list of links is not updated very often, and rarely pruned. Like most of the rest of my site, this is primarily devoted to pencil & paper RPGs (as opposed to computer games, live-action games, and play-by-email games).
You've probably seen our Dungeon Tiles previews in our monthly "Previews" article series and may even have scored a copy of these cool tiles. By now you probably have hundreds of cool dungeon designs running around your head. But how can you create these dungeons and share them with your friends? Well a good friend of the D&D website, Randal "Jailoco" Meyer, has created a really cool drag-and-drop dungeon tile tool . And, he's given us a personalized copy for the D&D website as well as a nifty guide on its use. This tool includes all tiles from Dungeon Tiles I , Dungeon Tiles II: Arcane Corridors , Dungeon Tiles III: Hidden Crypts , Dungeon Tiles IV: Ruins of the Wild and will be updated with future sets.
One upcoming feature we’d like to highlight is integration with iPlay4e , which will make its first appearance in Masterplan version 8.2. This came about very simply: a short email from Andrew Reutter, the iPlay4e designer, mentioning that he’d received calls to integrate it with Masterplan, and would we be interested in some sort of collaboration? Sadly his users hadn’t given any indication of what kind of integration they wanted to see, so we’re starting with the most obvious: since Masterplan already has the concept of PCs, this feature allows users to enter iPlay4e keys and have Masterplan link to that character, so that if you select that PC in combat you’ll see the iPlay4e character sheet, rather than the usual PC breakdown that Masterplan provides (although Masterplan will also download all the relevant character information as a backup).