• Adventurer’s Toolbox – Feather Tokens

    Image by: SoulRider.222 In my first article in the Adventurer’s Toolbox series , I talked about the Immovable Rod, and how it ranked amongst the most useful items in the game. Next up in this series...

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  • Adam Dray’s old-school D&D actual play & analysis

    I found Adam Dray’s observations of playing Keep on the Borderlands an interesting read.

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  • Hit Locations for 4e

    Sometimes we GMs want our players to suffer. We want their characters to feel the after effects and pain of battle, and seeing them mark off their Healing Surges just doesn’t cut it. This is especially...

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  • Gamma World Unboxed

    Check out the video here .

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  • Gaming with Kids: Kingmaker Session #0

    Fall is approaching, school is back in session, and that means the after-school game club is up and running again – this our eight year and as I’ve blogged about earlier , we had 16 students...

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  • 4E AP: Teerna Campaign – Recap #6 (The Fey Connection)

    The events detailed here span two sessions of play. From the memoirs of Tiberius Cosmourn Bramblewood, Shepherd and former Windrunner Desnus 25, 471 SL The situation in Murray’s Rock has more twists and turns than a...

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  • 4E AP: Osirion Session #7 (Kelmarane Liberated)

    The seventh session of our ongoing 4E D&D campaign tied up a bunch of loose ends and set up the group’s next adventure. Session Summary We started in minutes following the group’s dramatic rescue of their...

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  • Review – Kingmaker, Volume 2: Rivers Run Red

    The second installment of Paizo ’s Kingmaker adventure path gets to the heart of the campaign: kingdom-building. The PCs found their fledgling nation and begin to build it up; at the same time, they continue to...

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  • The Hit Point Gauge: A nifty alternative for tracking hit points

    A recent post on RPG Geek , along with playing some basic D&D with my eight-year-old son this weekend, got me thinking about different ways of tracking hit points and in a stroke of inspiration I came up with...

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  • Old-School Unboxing: Dark Sun

    I’m pretty active on Twitter , and I see a lot of interesting things. Most of the people I follow write about, create, or play a lot of RPGs. One of those fine folks is the...

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