Facebook Twitter

The Dead Villain’s Catalogue / Kobold Quarterly. October 8, 2010 / Phillip Larwood Or 30 Things to find on a Villain’s Corpse.

The Dead Villain’s Catalogue / Kobold Quarterly

[See The Dead Adventurer’s Catalogue] Wendell bent over the body of the goblin chieftain they had just slaughtered, his slender hands shifting through the goblin’s filthy goods until he encountered something shiny and hard. “Look here, Tarquilos my old friend. The goblin chief has a little something extra for us.” Tarquilos approached the wizard’s hunched frame and peered down at the idol held in his hands.

“I’m not sure taking that is such a good idea, Wendell. World of Darkness/White Wolf Compatible Dice Roller - provided by the Red Dragon Inn. List of Physics Games » Fun-Motion. Fireborn. Fireborn is a cross-genre role-playing game incorporating elements of urban fantasy and high fantasy. Setting[edit] The modern part of the game is set in London where in 2001 suddenly magic returned to the world. Strange beasts straight out of myths appeared and society still struggles to come to terms with the fact that from one day to the next the rules of life seemed to have changed.

The players take the role of scions, ancient dragons reborn as humans who slowly but surely regain their memories of their former life by so called flashbacks. These flashbacks take place in the mythic age, the second part of the game setting. Game mechanics[edit] Players characters have four aspects (Air, Earth, Fire, Water). Unique Features[edit] Fireborn has a number of (fairly) unique features: The dynamic attributes system, with its ability to "shift dice" allows players a much greater control over dice mechanics than usual for roleplaying games, adding tactical choices to dice rolling.

Magic the Gathering Strategy, News, Price Guide and an Online Store. Adventure Hook Random Generator. Ever find yourself stuck for an adventure idea right up to the time your players arrive for the game?

Adventure Hook Random Generator

Our Adventure Hook Random Generator gives you Dungeon Masters a starting point from which you can develop a new adventure. This handy program uses a number of preset variables to develop an adventure hook or starting idea for you. Below are three different categories that, depending on the style of your game, provide starting points from which you can develop a D&D game session. You may need to adjust the wording of the result slightly to use it as a springboard to open your adventure.

For instance, you might want to add place names indigenous to your campaign world, replace the generic titles with specifics, or introduce names of NPCs the player characters either have already met or know of by reputation. Remember -- this is a random generation program. Armored Wizards here they come! I finally found the perfect wizard armor!!!

Armored Wizards here they come!

Behold!!! The "no drawback for wearing it armor": Thisledown-padded Mithral Breastplate +1 of Nimbleness and Twilight, with Armor Lubricant Mithral: [DMG] +2 max dex; -3 armor check penalty; -10% arcane spell failure. Twilight: [BoED] cost +1; -10% arcane spell failure. Nimbleness: [MoF] cost +1; +2 max dex; -1 armor check penalty. D&D Character Sheets.

Work on the next iteration of Dungeons & Dragons is underway, and you can be a part of it! Interested in playtesting D&D Next? It's easy to sign up and download the latest playtest materials. Periodically, we will also send you surveys via email to get your feedback. To get started and download the latest playtest packet, click here: Invisible Castle. Roleplaying Tips for game masters for all role-playing systems. Roleplaying Tips Weekly E-Zine Issue #455 Contents: This Week's Tips Summarized Mess with Your Players' Heads Let It Ride - A Technique For Entertaining Sessions Strolen's Feature Article: Use of Constellations New GM Advice @ Johnn Four's GM Guide Books Check out the Role Playing Games at Troll and Toad.

Roleplaying Tips for game masters for all role-playing systems

System Reference Document v3.5. The System Reference Document is a comprehensive toolbox consisting of rules, races, classes, feats, skills, various systems, spells, magic items, and monsters compatible with the d20 System version of Dungeons & Dragons and various other roleplaying games from Wizards of the Coast.

System Reference Document v3.5

You may consider this material Open Game Content under the Open Game License, and may use modify, and distribute it. Legal Disclaimer This SRD site is non-commercial and we don't make any money from putting it together. It is in no way approved by, sponsored by, or affiliated with Wizards of the Coast, Inc. This SRD site Requires the use of the Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook, Third Edition, published by Wizards of the Coast, Inc. Dungeons & Dragons(r) and the d20 system are registered trademarks of Wizards of the Coast, Inc. in the United States and other countries and are used with permission. For rules questions, please consult the FAQ. Recent Update - 1st of September 2007 Next Update - When It's Done!

Random Dungeon Generator. What D&D Character Am I? 1.

What D&D Character Am I?

As far as looks go, I am... ugly, I am the worst looking member of my social circle. average, my appearance is normal overall. attractive, I am the best looking member of my social circle. extremely attractive, my appearance aids me in every situation in life. 2. When it comes to memory... Munch.