Serendipity. One Sheet Adventures | Apathy Games. Dice roller. The Free RPG Blog: Become an Expert in Free RPGs - 2009 in Free RPGs. Friends! Roleplayers! Philanthropists! Lend me your eyes. Charge your tankards with your favourite poison, put your feet up and feast your peepers on a 2009 free RPG review. Rediscover something old or find something new in one handy review of the year. 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 Verge Wonderland Alice in Wonderland gone horror. World of Gainar Generic. Index of /library/D&D Books/1st & 2nd Edition/Modules. Index of /library/D&D Books/1st & 2nd Edition/Modules. Crystal Keep - D&D and d20 System. Basics, Races & Description Index. Deck of Many Boons | STUFFER SHACK. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could get some sort of benefit in-game for doing things that promote better gaming? I do. That’s why I hand-crafted the Deck of Many Boons. It may look like an ordinary deck of cards, but this could not be further from the truth! You see, it took many decades of alchemy, wizardry, and drunken dumbery to create, no, to manifest this artifact! “Well what does it do” you ask?
Thank you for asking! Only if you are serious about gaming, may you unlock its treasures. By the very nature of good and evil, yin and yang, dark and light, law and chaos, neutral and… neutral, the Deck of Many Boons will incite within you a systemic wave of karma – for the good you put into it, it gives good back to you. Behold! You shall draw one card from the Deck of Many Boons, should you perform the following: Arrive to the game session on time, ready to play These cards that you now possess in your possession are not to be hoarded!
Behold! Behold! How to Build a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later. First, before I begin to bore you with the usual sort of things science fiction writers say in speeches, let me bring you official greetings from Disneyland. I consider myself a spokesperson for Disneyland because I live just a few miles from it—and, as if that were not enough, I once had the honor of being interviewed there by Paris TV. For several weeks after the interview, I was really ill and confined to bed. I think it was the whirling teacups that did it. Elizabeth Antebi, who was the producer of the film, wanted to have me whirling around in one of the giant teacups while discussing the rise of fascism with Norman Spinrad... an old friend of mine who writes excellent science fiction. We also discussed Watergate, but we did that on the deck of Captain Hook's pirate ship.
Little children wearing Mickey Mouse hats—those black hats with the ears—kept running up and bumping against us as the cameras whirred away, and Elizabeth asked unexpected questions. And then 1:17: I am Ubik. How to Host a Dungeon. About How to Host a Dungeon How to Host a Dungeon is a solo game of dungeon creation where you build a dungeon through its history from the dawn of time. In each age of How to Host a Dungeon, different forces drive how your dungeon evolves. In the Age of Civilization, Dwarves may build their first underground cities, or Dark Elves may build their slave pits deep beneath the surface.
In the Age of Monsters, orcs, goblins, dragons, and beasts compete with one another for food and treasure while raiding the surface kingdoms and enduring invasions of adventurers. In the Age of Villainy, an arch villain seeks to conquer the world using the mature dungeon as its base of operations. When you complete your game, you have a dungeon history and map suitable for a dungeon crawling role-playing game or just your own enjoyment. click to see larger imageSee Greengoats YouTube animation of a game! The Archive Here's a Sampling of How to Host a Dungeon Maps and other files. Larry Lade's Castle Albion. Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab: RPG. The RPG Series Illustrations by the inimitable Julie Dillon.
“You all meet at an inn.…” Pen and paper role-playing games have been a tremendous influence in my life since my formative years. My parents bought me the magenta D&D boxed set back in 1982, along with the Player’s Handbook, Dungeon Master’s Guide, and Monster Manual. My lifelong passion for fantasy, science fiction, war games, and mythology was well-channeled through RPGs, and I credit playing D&D with helping me sustain my imagination and sense of wonder through adulthood. I played with one particular group through the bulk of my late teens and early 20s, and this series — along with the atmosphere tools that Black Phoenix Trading Post has introduced — was inspired, specifically, by the time that we spent campaigning together. Our group was somewhat prop-driven in our gaming: we felt that setting a mood was conducive to our style of gameplay.
The Tangled Web - Online Pen and Paper Roleplaying - Play Pen and Paper Games Online. Fantasy Grounds :: The Virtual Tabletop for Pen & Paper Roleplaying Games. Online Die Roller. RPG-SoundMixer - The new PnP RPG Experience. Dyson's Random Morph Map. Inspired by and using Dyson Logos' Geomorph Maps and coded by Rob Lang of The Free RPG Blog Dyson's Random Morph Map Press F5 for a new map or set tile width of to restrict the width. You can then screenshot or try printing straight from the browser. There are 30 morph types and used in the map. You can increase that if you like. d20 Random Dungeon Generator.
Slack 'n' Hash- Wizard Name Generator. Characters with Character: Random Personality Generator. If you're enjoying the content here, check out our new site, Thoughtcrime Games. Thanks for visiting! If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! I don’t know about you but when I sit down for a one-shot game with a pregen character, I can’t always come up with a unique and interesting personality on the fly. Sometimes the class, race and skill combo strikes a chord, but usually it’s just numbers. To help get me started, I created this quick little Random Personality Generator to come up with the foundations of a character’s persona in three rolls and a minute or so of thought. This is by no means extensive (though the system can in fact be expanded quite significantly), but is intended to jump start your mind about how to turn a flat, pregenerated statblock into a more living and dynamic character.
Using the Generator is a snap. Motivation: What is it that really gets your character’s motor running? If you enjoyed this post, you may also enjoy: The Big List of RPG Plots, by S. John Ross. The Largest RPG Download Store! Cartoon Action Hour.
Hex Games. As you can see, we've redesigned the Hex web site for the first time in quite a while. With the new version of the site, we've tried to account for the new ways people use gaming websites in the age of social media, which means getting rid of things like the dedicated forums that for the last few years have mainly only served as bait for spammers. We've also done our best to integrate the site with things like Facebook and Twitter. The slider on the right edge of page points to our social media pages (mouse over to see our latest posts) and the one on the left lets you share content on popular sites. You can also comment on most articles using your Facebook account below the article. We've completely upgraded our web store, most importantly by making print editions of many of our PDFs available here for the first time (with more coming soon).
And now when you buy a print book, you automatically get the PDF download thrown in for free. Enjoy the new site! Notes....alternative....hobo signs. SIGNMAKERS - Hobo Symbols. M-Force. Wushu Skidoo Column Listing. Members Search for an article by keyword: ( power search ) Columns by Same Author Action Scenes! Bag o' Nifties Sanctum Top Articles #17: Ujigami #1: That Wushu You Do #3: Celestial #8: Rainbow Effect #2: Aztech 3D Virtual Tabletop: Downloadable RPGs: Visit our Sponsors! Wushu Skidoo. The ultimate big list of GM-less games | Doubleninja's Blog.