Paul Revere I made a capstone project for my Honors program. Me being me, I made role-playing scenarios to be put in a social studies classroom. Two of these were for the games Quill and Parsely. The links to the actual scenarios I made are hidden in the article and located at the bottom of … Continue reading A Tale of Two Scenarios
By A Shipwright I took the time to actually write this stuff out. I read an article about why commandments/rules/contracts are important for RPGs. I stole some principles from the original article, some from OSR principle sheets, some from John Wick. Steal from me if you wish. I would encourage you to compile your own. … Continue reading Code of Conduct
The title. I made a character sheet for a Lord of the Rings RPG game based on the Tolkien Quest books (which apparently was also called Middle-Earth Quest at one point?). Essentially, I thought "well, Troika is an RPG based on the Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, why not make one based on the Tolkien Quest ones?" … Continue reading Fighting Fantasy is to Troika as Tolkien Quest is to Middle-Earth Adventure Game
I love this game very much. 🙂 I've been working on a Maze Rats hack of my own. This is the character generation sheet. The "features" referenced on Step 3 is something I have yet to create. Some rapid-fire changes I'm shooting for: Lower armor (base 5 instead of 6)Increased health (like, double maybe more)No … Continue reading Maze Rats v5 CharGen Preview
The perfect Autumn mini-series... Here's a Spark Table I made for an "Over the Garden Wall" RPG like Babes in the Wood, a "Powered by the Apocalypse" game. Simply roll d66 for each and combine the results. (To roll d66, roll two six-sided dice in order. The first result is your tens place, the second … Continue reading American Fable, Spark Table
Last month, I submitted an entry to the 200 Word RPG contest. "Are You My Maker?" made it among the finalists, one of the forty out of over 500 to do so! I'm excited. That's all. Read some of the finalists if you so desire.