• Pow! Bam! Crunch! Story Conventions In Pulp (continued)

    This article is being co-written by Blair Ramage, with whom I co-referee a Pulp Hero campaign. Although it started as a single item, it has grown so substantially that it has become necessary to split it...

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  • Bam! Zap! Crunch! World Conventions In Pulp

    This article is being co-written by Blair Ramage, with whom I co-referee a Pulp Hero campaign. Although it started as a single item, it has grown so substantially that it has become necessary to split it...

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  • Lessons From The West Wing III: Time Happens In The Background

    One of the best pieces of writing/direction that I’ve ever seen in a TV production takes place in a later episode of the series, in season 6 or perhaps 7, and it’s something that has made...

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  • Review: Courts of the Shadow Fey (pdf)

    Courts of the Shadow Fey by Open Design and Wolfgang Bauer is a 100 page adventure for 4e Dungeons & Dragons designed to take characters from 12th level to 15th level.  If you’re interested in purchasing...

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  • Rules Mastery For Dummies & Busy GMs Part 5: Rules Touchstones – Combat

    In the course of part 2 of this series, which was all about overcoming a resistance to studying rules for their own sake, I suggested that the GM learning a new set of rules should watch...

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  • Rules Mastery For Dummies & Busy GMs Part 4: The Quality of Rules

    A lot of blogs and articles talk about “realism” (or verisimilitude) in RPGs and how to achieve it. Campaign Mastery is no different in this respect, a number of my articles having dealt with the subject....

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  • Rules Mastery For Dummies & Busy GMs Part 4: The Quality of Rules

    A lot of blogs and articles talk about “realism” (or verisimilitude) in RPGs and how to achieve it. Campaign Mastery is no different in this respect, a number of my articles having dealt with the subject....

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  • Gaming in the Digital Age: Hero Lab

    There are many character creation programs that exist out there on the internet, but I have found Hero Lab from Lone Wolf Development to be one of my favorites. Unlike a few of the options out...

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  • Things Done and left Un-done

    I keep unfinished article ideas in a text document on my computer. When I first started writing Campaign Mastery, I set up a list containing some seventy-odd ideas deriving from material I had produced for my...

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  • Rules Mastery For Dummies & Busy GMs Part 3: Student, Tutor Thyself

    Back when I was first given a copy of the Champions Game System, it was only the third genre of game that I had ever been exposed to: The first was FRP (In the form of...

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