Further Afield- Collaborative World Building

It's been awhile adventurers! But onward! Today I wanted to discuss this awesome supplement that can be tailored to any world building that you might be doing for your games. It is geared for more high fantasy adventures (Pathfinder,D&D, etc) but I see it as a tool that could easily be converted to any genre.…Read more Further Afield- Collaborative World Building

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(Shared) Unstable Potions – d20 Strange Effects for your D&D Potions

  As a fan of Random d20's, I stumbled upon this interesting d20 regarding Strange Effects that can happen with Potions. Enjoy! via Unstable Potions – d20 strange and unexpected effects for your D&D potions — Roles, Dice and Fun Unstable Potions – d20 strange and unexpected effects for your D&D potions By Morten Greis Magic is…Read more (Shared) Unstable Potions – d20 Strange Effects for your D&D Potions

GATEWAY RPG Update- Advanced Character Creation Variant

Hey guys, a quick update for the GATEWAY Tabletop RPG System. These are Advanced Rules for the game.  If you have not yet read through the original rules, you can download them HERE for FREE. GATEWAY Advanced Character Variant In the Basic Rules of GATEWAY, certain character builds might seem to become a bit redundant…Read more GATEWAY RPG Update- Advanced Character Creation Variant

Create Adventures Using Your Magic The Gathering Cards

Hello fellow Game Masters and Dungeon Masters Do you have any old or new Magic the Gathering cards just lying around collecting dust? Wanna get some use out of those creatures or artifacts that will never see the light of a battlefield in your decks?  Why not use them to create some epic adventures in your…Read more Create Adventures Using Your Magic The Gathering Cards

A Great Tool for Creating a Shared & Cohesive Party

Hello Dungeon-Delvers! This week I wanted to share a new tool that I find very interesting and helpful to so many people looking to start a campaign and a potential way to get the good foot forward. So in my experiences as a Player and a Game Master of quite a few different RPG's ranging…Read more A Great Tool for Creating a Shared & Cohesive Party

MapSmyth Modular Maps

Hey everyone, this week I wanted to talk a little about LoreSmyth's current editions of their MapSmyth Modular Battlemaps for any High Fantasy Tabletop RPG, and also give you all a heads up on the newest upcoming edition called Nekhaton. So let me introduce you to what exactly these modular packs are, what they include, and how…Read more MapSmyth Modular Maps

How to create a sandbox! (Shared)

Fantastic Blog Post by Spaghetti & RPG explaining ways to run a Sandbox “Living World” RPG. I have always wanted to try it myself, and this would be my go to for going about it. Give it a read and a like!

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Spaghetti & RPGs

The Sandbox: the most desireable achievement for a GM and the most feared, but wanted sort of game in a pen-and-paper RPG. First let’s start with the question: “What’s a Sandbox?”. According to techopedia the definition of Sandbox is:

“A sandbox is a style of game in which minimal character limitations are placed on the gamer, allowing the gamer to roam and change a virtual world at will. In contrast to a progression-style game, a sandbox game emphasizes roaming and allows a gamer to select tasks. Instead of featuring segmented areas or numbered levels, a sandbox game usually occurs in a “world” to which the gamer has full access from start to finish. A sandbox game is also known as an open-world or free-roaming game.”

A player free to do anything He wants can end up by doing nothing.

I kinda like this definition and I think it explains quite…

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