It’s October, that means goblins, ghouls, the occasional undead, and a trip to of Dice and Dragons! In what has become an annual tradition for the RPG Carnival, of Dice and Dragons is once again hosting the macabre this month.
The topic for this month’s carnival is how you handle character death, both as a game master and as a player. Are they a moment of legend or a quiet passing moment? Do you allow character resurrrection, and if so, how do you handle it (outside of the game mechanics)? Then of course, there’s always those that come back as the unholy undead, “Wait a minute, I though Ulric was dead? Why is he walking towards us?”
So, sharpen your swords, get out your silver, and holy water, and share your stories and tips and tricks on how you handle death in your campaign.
As always, once you get your post up be sure to leave a comment here so you can be included in the wrap up at the end of the month.
While there are a lot of great RPG related blogs out there and I’ve missed a few of these milestones across the web I wanted to take a moment and congratulate Stargazer on leveling up to the next die level – welcome to the d10 club!
The beginning of every year brings a fresh start and in some cases, fresh snowfall (at least here on the East Coast of the US). It also brings with it a new season for the RPG Blog Carnival, and our first host, Renaissance Gamer, has already kicked things off with this month’s topic, Tabletop Gaming on a Budget.
From the post:
January’s RPG Blog Carnival topic is Tabletop Gaming on a Budget: how to get gold piece value gaming supplies and resources for copper piece prices. Useful just after the holidays?
Check out the full post for all the details and be sure to leave a comment there, especially if you post something on your site related to the topic.