• Clang! Crash! Pow! Game Mastering The Pulp Genre

    If all has gone according to plan, you are now looking at the final part of what’s been a massive series on the Pulp Genre. This article is mostly afterthoughts and GM advice that I’ve culled...

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  • For A Limited Time Only, “The Empty Chair” on special

    Filling The Empty Chair by Johnn with Mike Anyone who has visited Campaign Mastery over the last few months will have noticed the advert for our book “ Filling The Empty Chair “. Written by Johnn...

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  • We All Have Our Roles To Play: Personality Archetypes, Part 3

    The Premise Archetypes for RPGs are usually defined either by the psychology of the character or the abilities of the character, but other classifications systems are possible. These can yield a different perspective, which can be...

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  • We All Have Our Roles To Play: Personality Archetypes, Part 2

    The Premise Everything that I’ve ever read on the subject has defined archetypes for RPGs either in terms of the psychology of the character or the abilities of the character, and there’s nothing wrong with that....

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  • This Survey For New Players Ensures A Good Fit

    New player surveys are a worthwhile time investment Roleplaying Tips reader Zerfinity sent me a campaign survey he used to build his new group. A friend once told me the best finishes have great starts. So...

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  • 25 Cleric Character Hooks

    Continuing the hooks series, today we have a bunch of priestly ones for your holy edification. Many came out as missions rather than internal character struggles or personality quirks. More actionable than character-revealing this time around....

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  • Interviewing Potential Players

    How to find local gamers You have a vacancy in your gaming group and decide to advertise for a new player. Because there are many places online and offline potential players might look for groups you...

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  • Ask The GMs: Puzzles In Your Games

    William Wiese asks the GMs, “I’ve been trying to think of different ways to implement puzzles into the game and to find some that are not riddles.” Johnn’s answer: Puzzles are tricky beasts, William. And thanks...

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  • Ask The GMs: How to survive political games with paranoia and intrigue

    Lilith Laing asks the GMs: “Recently I started playing in a Vampire: The Masquerade Old WOD game. Even after one session, it is probably the best game I have ever played in (or even run), but...

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  • Ask the GMs: What we have here is A Failure To Cooperate

    Campaign Mastery was asked, GM Izzy: “I am a very green GM running a pulpy run around campaign set in modern day London, everyone has a laugh each session but it is impossible to progress with...

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