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Become an Expert in Free RPGs

Become an Expert in Free RPGs
Friends! Roleplayers! Philanthropists! Lend me your eyes. Not surprisingly, there is rather a lot. Fantasy Adventurer A one page fantasy RPG, whose review takes longer to read than the game. Brutal Brutal has a single aim: to make a combat system that is as rich and gloopy as the congealing blood of your slain enemies. Dark Dungeon Dark Dungeon is a free fantasy RPG sitting neatly in the old school while offering a different perspective. Dungeonslayers A fast, trim, dungeon-crawling, monster-hacking, treasure-thieving game. Fear Flexible Easy And Realistic (Fear) has everything except a kitchin sink monster. Legendary Tales Legendary Tales is a cohesive, comprehensive and brimming with ideas in the form of detail. Tales From The Wood Tales From the Wood is a roleplaying game where you play animals from the British woodland: Mice, Rabbits, Vole, Squirrels and Hedgehogs. Verge Verge is a fantasypunk roleplaying game set in 'The City', enclosed, crawling, sprawling, overcrowded, dark and beautiful. Fate Related:  Gamification

Pict-O-Caches | Trip's GeoAdventures If there was ever a cache that everyone should try once, pict-o-caches would likely be near the top of the list. They take aspects of several different types of caches and join them together to make a cache that everyone can participate in and enjoy. But how do they work? First, we need to establish what they are… Pict-o-caches are a class on their own. Taking cues from multi-caches, on-site puzzles, and visual puzzles, these puzzles definitely require an observant eye. Let’s look a bit closer. Obviously, this image shows a brick wall, so you would want to scan for brick buildings. Examining the photo, you at least now that it is near a window. Now, you can be certain that this is the corner of a building, and along the roof. This is the overall idea of this type of pict-o-cache. But I said that this the above method is just one type of this style of puzzle cache. I have not actually gone after one of this method. Either method provides an interesting caching experience. TripCyclone

Printable Mazes Printable Mazes Here is a free PDF maze generator that can create mazes of various sizes and complexity, including pretty diabolical mazes that include 3-d crossings... Maze Options This form drives some of the options on the maze generator: Programming in PostScript When I was a student at Cornell I was a postscript fanatic. The Source The result is here: a little cgi/commandline program written in about 150 lines of python which takes advantage of the ReportLab pdf generation library to produce its output. If you improve the program, please let me know. Posted by David at October 10, 2006 11:11 AM Very cool. Roger mentioned over email, "If I make a maze 60x60 I get smoke :(". Basically that's because the maze code puts a 36-point margin around the edge of the paper by default, and throws an exception when a maze ends up being all-margin. So how to make really small mazes? this is totally awesome you should find a way to make a maze with the center as your goal Thanks for your program,too easy!

How to Flesh out a Country or Region in Your Fantasy RPG World - Edit Article Edited by Zach Haffey, Maluniu, Glutted, Nicole Willson and 5 others Hello game master/fantasy author. This is a guide to organizing and sorting out the finer details and aspects of a specific country or region of your world: a format for the living details that help you and your players delve in to the role-playing aspect of your game. Ad Steps 1Short Introductory Summary - Give a one or two paragraph overview of the region or country, highlighting something unique or unusual about it and where it is geographically in your world.Ad 2Life, Society and Culture - This section should detail the culture(s) of the people who populate the region. Tips And for other topics, your providing these details will inspire ideas for larger, overarching plot-lines and the workings of still other regions of your land. Warnings

Gamestorming Think back to the last time you played a game. What was the game? Why did you choose to play? Was it a simple game like tic-tac-toe, or something more complex, like Monopoly, Scrabble or Chess? Or maybe it was a game of basketball? Did you play with friends? Games come naturally to human beings. This blog is about games designed to help you get more innovative, creative results in your work. Chris Brogan video review of Gamestorming: “Most organizations would welcome more innovation, a greater ability to change and a more fulfilling and fun culture for their employees. “If you are a business owner or manager who wants to look at things in a new way and sharpen innovation in your company or on your team, Gamestorming is an excellent resource for you.” “If you’re a facilitator, corporate trainer, a team leader or in a creative role within a company, I’d say that this book will be valuable to you and that’s it’s worth checking out. “This is a really smart book.

City Generator Fifty More Adventure Ideas (for Dungeons and Dragons®) - Writer's Corner: Recreation Non-Fiction Dec 13, 2006 (Updated Dec 20, 2006) Popular Products in Books From $2 From $5 The Bottom Line The ideas for this game are infinite. A veteran Dungeons and Dragons® player for many years, and not afraid to admit this, I have conceived Fifty More Adventure Ideas (for Dungeons and Dragons®), my expansion to the One Hundred Adventure Ideas on page 44 of The Dungeon Master’s® Guide, Core Rulebook II, v.3.5. 1.

Gamification Blog 5 NPCs That Won’t Put Your Players to Sleep Are your NPCs drab and boring? Do they all speak with the same voice (yours) and use the same mannerisms (yours)? Do they exist only as plot hooks, sage advisors, and merchants? Then you, my friend, might want to consider spicing up your party’s social life with some three-dimensional NPCs that won’t soon be forgotten. The Target Wherever this NPC goes, trouble follows. The Object of Desire This NPC could be a sultry maiden or a handsome hero who seems to be fond of one or more party members. The Look-Alike This is a cruel trick, but a fun one. The Crime Lord In the tradition of crime bosses everywhere, this NPC will be happy to help the party out – for a price. The Comic Relief Sometimes a dose of silliness is all you need to get your players active. One-sentence NPC generator To whip up some quick NPC ideas of your own, check out the one-sentence RPG generator at roleplaying Tips. How do you feel about colorful NPCs? Powered By DT Author Box Written by Janna Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

What Makes a Learning Game? Seventh Sanctum Good Questions to Ask Your Girlfriend Good Questions to Ask Your GirlfriendWelcome to Good Questions to Ask Your Girlfriend Asking great questions always opens up interesting conversation. If you can get them telling stories that relate back to the answers you will have endless good times. Strange Interesting Fact QuestionsDo you have any scars I don’t know about? What's your favorite animal? How many pairs of shoes do you own? You wouldn’t be caught dead being seen where? What is your favorite makeup item? Do you have any hidden talents? What do you have in your purse? Can you fake any accents? What's the first thing you notice about guys? Most hated chore on the household chore list? Name two things you consider yourself to be really good at. Which kind of kittens do you hate the most? Name two things you consider yourself to be really bad at. Ever had a membership in the mile high club? Do you like children? Is there anything you absolutely refuse to do under any circumstances? What personality traits do you like in a cat?

PCGen :: Get Pcgen PCGen is open-source software available for free under the LGPL License. There are a couple of ways you can get it: Option 1. Download Latest Stable Release of PCGen Click on the link suited to your computer below. This is the most recent stable or production PCGen Release. [View Older Production Releases] Download Stable Data Sets These are stable data sets that are developed in between stable releases of PCGen but can be installed and used with a stable version of PCGen. [View Stable Data Sets] Option 2. These are development milestone releases designed to display the work in progress on PCGen and for use in testing new features. 6.03.04 Beta Released: 1970-01-01 6.03.03 Alpha 6.03.02 Alpha 6.03.01 Alpha 6.03.00 Alpha [View Older Alpha and Beta Releases] Option 3. Autobuilds are compilations of the PCGen program and data taken direct from our source at regular intervals. See the Autobuilds page for these downloads. Option 4.

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