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Process of bringing an object or creature to the spell caster via magic to aid them.
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a expansion book for D&D 3.5e which introduces the concept of martial maneuvers to give martial characters extra options in combat.
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for questions relating to devices designed primarily to unpleasantly surprise and generally damage antagonists.
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Questions relating to setting-specific use of language in RPGs. Questions about real-world languages should be tagged with the specific language instead.
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Topics concerning using, managing, or separating player knowledge and character knowledge.
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handled asynchronously in text. Includes playing by post (snail mail) as well as email, posting boards, forums, and other asynchronous text mediums.
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To change from one form to another form. Can be done both voluntarily and involuntary.
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About finding resources online - use [tools] for tools and [online-roleplaying] for actual online RP instead.
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A science fiction post-earth apocalypse game with posthuman concepts. Humanity has spread to the solar system and is starting to reach beyond, death is no longer a barrier to people as mind and memor…
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[Demon: The Descent](http://drivethrurpg.com/product/124155/Demon-The-Descent) (nwod:DtD) is a supernatural game for the new World of Darkness, with God Machine Rules Update. It focuses on Demons, the…
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The Exalted RPG by White Wolf
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are about the background and setting information of a game.
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Questions about the Skill Challenge mechanic in D&D 4e. Skill Challenges involve the player characters' skills and abilities being challenged by the GM in a non-combat way.
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For questions concerned primarily with the passing of time in the game world or at the table.
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Maps of large areas, like world maps and city maps. Not to be confused with the [battle-map] tag, which concerns maps focused on a smaller area and used for visualising a battlefield in combat.
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Questions relating to riding or otherwise being transported on the back of creatures.
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The D&D mechanical abstraction of how difficult it is to hit and cause damage to an opponent.
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a role-playing game system created by Robin Laws, designed for running investigative scenarios.
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the Generic Universal Role Playing System from Steve Jackson Games.
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Fantasy roleplaying game in which you fight for your beliefs.
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Pathfinder class that blends martial prowess with spell casting, from the book Ultimate Magic.
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a system for playing generic space-opera themed science fiction adventures.
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An agreement among players about the framework for gameplay, primarily covering social factors such as what to do when a player can't attend a session, how to vet potential new players, what sorts of …
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Defensive armor carried or worn on the arm for the protection of the body.
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a roleplaying game based on the d20 SRD. It is published by Green Ronin Publishing. The character creation process is point-buy with power-level limitation set by the GM. The …
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a fictional setting created by John Wick and published by Alderac Entertainment Group in 1995. The setting primarily involves the fictional empire of Rokugan, though some a…
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a literary genre which revolves around the consequences about new technologies and/or scientific possibilities.
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enhance a game.
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Sometimes you just don't get along with your GM. Many questions about problematic Game Masters can be answered just by making sure everyone is playing the same game on the same page. See http://rpg.st…
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Move forward rapidly in attack
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A series of related adventures with the same (or similar) group of Player Characters.
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a storytelling game by Lumpley Games that tells the story of a world in the aftermath of some unknown event- something that destroyed the golden age and left man in a place of bloo…
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Any substance that, when present inside a creature in sufficient quantity, harms that creature through chemical reaction or similar interaction on a molecular scale.
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An abstraction of a health common to many RPGs.
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For questions about the development process of independent games, from conception to publication, or issues concerning them. Should not be used to tag a question about an established RPG system (which…