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Strands of Fate Bonus SRD. Thetravellersrd. Savagepedia - Gaming Aids. This page provides links to information that will help you play and enjoy Savage Worlds.

savagepedia - Gaming Aids

Accessories AdventuresOfficial Pinnacle / Explorer Society Adventures - Free adventures from the publisher of Savage Worlds.Licensee / Fan-made Adventures - Free adventures from licensee and fans.AdviceSavage Odds - A [[#|statistical analysis]] of probabilities based on die types and target numbers. Has info on extras as well as wild cards.Savage Worlds Probability Calculator - Probability calculator for success, raises and critical failures, for extras, Wild Cards and Righteous Rage.Rules Questions for SW Settings - A handy FAQ for Savage Settings.What is a Plot Point Campaign? Free Figure Flats. Pelgrane Press Ltd » Blog Archive » The Archmage Engine – 13th Age SRD.

This is the home of the 13th Age / Archmage Engine system reference document.

Pelgrane Press Ltd » Blog Archive » The Archmage Engine – 13th Age SRD

For licensing information, go here. It contains all the open content from the 13th Age RPG – the Archmage Engine. Whether you are a publisher or a gamer, you can use this under the terms of the Open Gaming License. You’ll find the revision history at the bottom of the Legal doc. This is not the 13th Age RPG, which is a beautiful, gamer-friendly book packed with extra content and written in the author’s distinctive style. Word doc files: Character RulesClassesCombat RulesIconsLegalMagic ItemsMonstersRacesRunning the Game PDF Files:Character RulesClassesCombat RulesIconsLegalMagic ItemsMonstersRacesRunning the Game The documents hosted on this page is Open Game Content, and are licensed for public use under the terms of the Open Game License v1.0a. Random tables for RPGs. I am quite interested in running a pure sandbox campaign at the moment - especially after buying Carcosa.

Random tables for RPGs

Obviously I will need a lot of random tables. So I will collect them in this post. I recently found the very useful random-generator.com where people can create their own RPG content. This website has a few as a starting point: Daily Illuminator: Where Old Games Go To Live. Lenny pointed me toward this Escapist article, and boy, howdy!

Daily Illuminator: Where Old Games Go To Live

Is this thing awesome! PlaGMaDA, which is perhaps the best acronym ever concieved by human beings, is a living archive of old RPG material. I'm not talking about actual published games here; those things are already out there. What PlaGMaDA (Play Generated Map and Document Archive, in case you were curious) seeks to do is compile as many play-generated artifacts (maps, character sheets, and so forth) from peoples' home games as possible, and to preserve them for future generations to enjoy. As someone who plays RPGs, I find this pretty awesome. -- Brian Engard. EN World RPG News & Reviews - Morrus' Daily News Blog. True20 Adventure Roleplaying: True fun, true excitement, true adventure, True20! HeroMachine Comics Blog.

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From the Dungeon to the Dictionary

I was slightly bewildered that it was not there, for two reasons. I'd thoroughly searched the online Oxford English Dictionary and other sources for all "-cracy" and "-archy" words, so in theory, there shouldn't be any omissions. This revelation left me, if not shaken to my lexicographic foundations, then at least perplexed that I had possessed in my vocabulary for many, many years a word that simply did not exist. The answer is that for over twenty years, I have been a participant in role-playing games (RPGs), most notably Dungeons and Dragons (usually abbreviated to D&D), an extremely popular game with millions of players worldwide (mostly in their teens and twenties), and also one with its own curious jargon. Magic-user The Words of the Game electrum coins, potions of diminution , and lycanthropic foes.

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