LARP costumeWhere to buy! - LARP costume. Azeroth Interrupted: Using WoW to teach children values. Each week, Robin Torres contributes Azeroth Interrupted, a column about balancing real life with WoW.
Kids on the internet is (or at least should be) a pretty scary thing for parents. There are predators, perverts or people with questionable ideas that you just don't want to expose your children to. I find it odd, therefore, that so many parents let their elementary school age children play WoW unsupervised. They must see it as an electronic babysitter like television or single player video games rather than what it really is: having your child be babysat by 9 million potential weirdos. These children attempt to get much needed guidance and attention from whatever stranger happens to be nearby. More than just exposing children to negative influences, these parents are missing out on a great opportunity to teach their children some very important life lessons.
I met Bigmo playing EQ several years ago. Manners: Respect: Computer skills: Following instructions: Achievement: Warcraft II cheat codes. List of non-WoW Warcraft icons. MyRolePlay - Roleplay. MyRolePlay is a roleplaying UI AddOn for World of Warcraft, developed by Etarna at moonshyne.org.
It lets you make a roleplaying “profile” about your character that other users of MyRolePlay (and other compatible “MSP” RP AddOns) can see in the tooltip and a more detailed window. It’s fast, light, and powerful. Spot other roleplayers at a glance, see which RP AddOns they are using, and get a quick overview of their character in the tooltip! Change your character’s name; add a last name—or whatever you wish! Mark your preferred style of roleplaying (casual, full–time, beginner, or a custom style…), or your status (in character, out of character, being a storyteller…) Exercise your creativity further—describe your character’s appearance! What if your character’s appearance changes, say when they wear different clothes, or shapeshift into different forms?
MyRolePlay has tremendous scope for creativity. All the World's a Stage: Plot points for blood elf roleplayers. All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players.
In World of Warcraft, that player is you! Each week, Anne Stickney brings you All the World's a Stage with helpful hints, tips and tricks on the art of roleplay in WoW. Have questions about roleplaying or roleplaying issues? Email me -- I'm always open to suggestions! As a race that wasn't introduced until The Burning Crusade expansion, blood elves and their position in the Horde have always been a thorn in the side of roleplayers. As for the current state of the blood elves ... well, it's slightly less chaotic than the times of The Burning Crusade, but there are still interesting points for blood elf roleplayers to play with. The Sunwell What happened Perhaps the most important development in the eyes of the blood elves is the rebirth of their beloved Sunwell. Kael'thas Sunstrider made the painful decision to destroy the Sunwell for good. DD4EPlayersHandbook1. Dungeon Mastering Advice.
Storybook - A Game Master's Notebook. Roleplaying Tips for game masters for all role-playing systems. The Mother Of All Character Questionnaires Use this list of questions to construct or add to your own characrer questionnaire.
The questions cover different genres and types of details, so feel free to exclude or modify to suit your group. Questions are divided into broad categories. And similar questions and bunched into groups within their category. For brevity, I cut out most follow-up explanation type questions, such as "Why", "how come", and so on. Introduction Questions Give a two or three word description of yourself. Physical Traits How old are you? History Where is your homeland? Family Who were your parents? Relationships Do you have any close friends? Personality/Beliefs. First Crop of 4e Tools. I wrote my monthly column for Johnn Four’s Roleplaying Tips newsletter last night.
It was a 1500 word article on teaching a RPG to new players, I’ll repost it here as soon as Johnn puts it on his site. That also means that I have no meaty article for here this morning… time for some linkys! Fans are taking initiative in the wake of WotC’s on par performance with DNDinsider (i.e. they always sucked at software) and making some incredibly useful tools for D&D 4e.
First and foremost is Asmor’s Random 4e Encounter generator. You plug in the Encounter level, the number of PCs and the difficulty of the encounter. The results might not make a whole lot of sense… but some of the encounters presented in the Monster Manual aren’t all that logical either. Use them to stretch those creativity muscles and don’t forget that an encounter now is usually spread over larger area (i.e multiple dungeon rooms). Also from Asmor, here’s his 4e Monster Math Cruncher. Asmor, you are a freaking Genius! Related. John Kim's Styles of Roleplaying Page.