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A missed or incorrectly interpreted rule, a forgotten fact or just a bad play and everybody realizes a little later that a mistake has occurred. And the mistake has deeply affected events that followed. Perhaps a character would have succeeded if Rule B had been used. Campaign Mastery game master advice. So we’ve looked at Themes, and we’ve looked at Concepts, and even touched on the relationship between the two.
But now it’s time to address the elephant in the room – twin elephants in fact – Genre and Style, and how these modify that relationship, how it all comes together to form a unique fingerprint that identifies each and every campaign, and finally, how an understanding of that fingerprint permits the GM to enhance the campaign to produce greater enjoyment for all concerned. Past Reference I should start by reminding readers that this isn’t the first time that I’ve talked about the relationship between style and genre for RPGs. Directly relevant is Theme vs Style vs Genre: Crafting Anniversary Special Adventures, but it was a subject touched on repeatedly in the Reinventing Pulp for Roleplaying series.
But there’s a lot more to be said… Character Sheets from Dyslexic Studeos. Maps « A character for every game. (last updated – 233 map pages – March 12th, 2014) Good lord I love maps.
When I started this blog I hadn’t even considered using it to fulfill my map fetish in some twisted way. But now it is best known for my maps. Pathfinder_OGC. Programs for Role Playing Games. I try to collect programs for various computer systems that help the gamemaster of role playing games either to design the game or to run the game.
Table of Contents Adventures Articles Non-Player Characters DM Genie Resources Downloads Riddles and Traps Miscellaneous Tools Adventures (Organized by Level--All 3E) WOTC's Free Adventures (link) Towers of Night (a Farland adventure for 1st level characters) (download) What Lurks Within (a Farland adventure for 2nd level characters) (download) The Quick and the Dead (a Farland adventure for 3rd level characters) (download) The Ties that Bind (a Farland adventure for 4th-5th level characters) (download) The Endless Well (a Farland adventure for 6th level characters) (download) Strange Shelter (a Farland mini-adventure for 6-7th level characters) (download) Dead Tree Vale (a Farland adventure for characters of low to mid level) (download) Wyvern Attack!
Patrick Crusiau Mapping Game Sessions Real-Time If you wish to play via Internet, or use a computer monitor as your battlemap, there are virtual game table applications available, among which I recommend GameTable.
It is user-friendly and intuitive, it is free, and it is freeware you can modify and distribute. It is, moreover, a Java program, usable with any computer or operating system. Scan any map, or sketch your own, then place small images used as tokens, and you will never have to clutter your table again with unpainted lead figures. Strolen's Citadel: A Role Playing Community.