• A New Blog and Classic D&D Unboxing

    A personal friend, mentor, and gaming buddy (as well as regular commenter here on Troll ITC as The Game Hermit ) has just completed his first blog post over on his website, Unboxing the D&D Basic...

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  • Complete Characters, Reviewed! And Discounted!

    Just a quick hit tonight as I get back into my writing routine after battling the great monster known as The Cold. After a week of alternating my Day- and Ny-Quil like an addict, I'm nearly...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • New RPG Teaser: Gateworld

    To begin with, this game is almost certainly not going to be called "Gateworld." That is what we in the biz call a "working title" and it is little more than a placeholder until the proper...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Need to give your fantasy campaign a boost? Arthurian Mythology to the rescue

    It happens to the best of us.  Whether it is the start of a new campaign or two years in to an ongoing, persistent world, sometimes coming up with a great adventure hook is tough.  The...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Folk Lore: Remedies and Healing

    Many RPG campaigns take place in medieval-like settings and, as a result, it’s pretty easy to spice things up with a few folk remedies.  And where better to turn for these remedies than history itself? Whether these...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Taking d20 Modern Into D&D 3.5

    The best thing about d20 and the Open Game License is the ability to port elements within the d20 family back and forth from one game or genre to another, and have everything speak the same...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Keys To Your Horror Campaign

    Sometimes lost beneath the piles of fantasy RPGs, followed by the various incarnations of sci-fi and superhero games, falls the incredibly compelling, but often overlooked genre of horror. I don't mean a game where player character...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Keys To Your Horror Campaign

    Sometimes lost beneath the piles of fantasy RPGs, followed by the various incarnations of sci-fi and superhero games, falls the incredibly compelling, but often overlooked genre of horror. I don't mean a game where player character...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Fighting The Gods: Supreme Beings As RPG Enemies

    Any time you apply stats to gods for your RPG, you're playing with fire. Most fantasy games with an epic component allow for this sort of representation of any game's most powerful beings, but we as...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Ends Justify The Means: Vigilantism in RPGs

    Vigilantism is a cornerstone of the role-playing experience. Second to the "adventuring party" of the typical fantasy game, which arguably veers into vigilantism as well, I'd say that it's the biggest core motivation for player characters,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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