Tag Archives: character construction

Making it personal – the plot that is

As a GM we’re frequently called upon to build worlds, vast organizations, and plots that literally shake the very foundations of what we build. But what about something a bit closer to home, something aimed more at a singular character … Continue reading

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Home-brew seems to be the way to go

A couple of weeks back I asked folks if they prefer home-brew or published settings and I would like to first thank those that took the time to comment on that post (or on Google+) – I really appreciate it. … Continue reading

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October 2014 Blog Carnival Wrap-up

The stakes have been pulled out of the ground (and a few corpses) and the RPG Blog Carnival has moved over to Roleplaying Tips to talk about races, but before you head over there to find out what’s going on, … Continue reading

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What was that? A plot device?

This month’s the blog carnival peers into the darkness and finds . . . . A creak heard just outside the bedroom door . . . . A tapping on the window pane . . . . A sound of … Continue reading

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