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Plastic Polyhedra: January 2021

· Just roll a set of polyhedral dice and consult the tables for inspiration. The d20 – Access is challenging because: it is surrounded by space debris. its automatic defences are still active. it is invisible to active sensor sweeps. pirates or other raiders swarm nearby. it was lost due to a hyperspace mis-jump. it is guarded by an alien construct.

Holiday Gift Ideas, Part 4 – make a Roll and Write travel …

· I’d recommend a bunch of colored d6 – perhaps a set of polyhedral dice too… And of course, for those games with custom dice, some blank dice that you can label as needed… Finally, you need a small case to carry everything around in.

Plastic Polyhedra: Your characters, your stories, your worlds

· This is the round-up for the January 2021 RPG Blog Carnival. First off, a big thank you to Rising Phoenix Games for such a nice handover from last month’s carnival.. Campaign Mastery considers the impact of the current global pandemic on future stories and characters in our games: “You can’t discuss a character of the 1930s or 40s without considering the impact …

Star wars edge of the empire pdf set – Australian …

· 22/12/2015 · The Edge of the Empire rules system uses special dice, and you will need at least one set or the Star Wars dice app for iOS or Android. You will also need some tokens. The module includes a chart that you can use to translate regular polyhedral dice into Edge of the Empire dice.

Fields Of Heather: June 2021

· the Bucket makes it easy to transport to picnics and summer events, and it looks cute just sitting on our own porch at home. 🙂 My husband cut the wood for the dice, but they can be purchased – some Dollar Trees even carried them in their craft section last year.

Dungeoneering Game Blog: June 2021

· The new Swords & Wizardry Complete Box set just arrived in the mail. It has 4 booklets, a character sheet pad, a polyhedral dice set, a bookmark, and a letter from Matt Finch the writer. All in a sturdy digest sized box. While the …

Plastic Polyhedra: Go Build a Dungeon!

· All rounded off by shorter posts from Rising Phoenix on building dungeons from terrain pieces and from The Other Side on exploration in the Vault of the Drow.. Bonus: a classic post in this vein is Goblin Punch’s Dungeon Checklist from 2016; seven timeless things that every RPG dungeon should actually have (in my opinion too) Now go build a dungeon (and let us …

Plastic Polyhedra: My Gaming Notebook (or how I am …

· 3 – A list of scenes that may or may not crop up in this session, more loose than an “adventure” but usually still with an intended flow. I like to prepare prompts for things that might happen but happily follow the players down any rabbit holes or along any tangents they take as we play the game. After a session I’ll let the events percolate in my head for a day or two and …

Plastic Polyhedra: 10 more gems from the blogosphere

· First off, Sheep and Sorcery featured an unspeakably cool post that is not only a serviceable and colorful light OSR game but also a reference post for some excellent, flavoursome random tables it utilises. That’s about as indie as indie games get. I should have told you months ago. Prismatic Wasteland made a strong case for the application of freeform, …

Jeffs Gameblog: Q: What color is a tirapheg?

· People who use minis in their games a lot tend to think in color. Then there’s creatures like the tirapheg. Heavy on the kind of description you need to convey to players what the hell it looks like, but not much in the way of color info. The shape of the monster tends to be top priority in the imaginations of the non-minis set.

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