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Dec
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revised How many magic items or magic item equivalents should I give out alongside inherent bonuses in D&D 4e?
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Dec
11
revised My children want to start playing RPGs; at what age should I allow them to participate unsupervised?
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Dec
11
revised Are there good game mechanics/systems for a timetravel-heavy game/character?
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Dec
11
awarded  Organizer
Dec
11
revised Single Player Games
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Dec
11
revised Which systems use the Cthulhu Mythos?
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Dec
11
asked Are there any official Transformers themed (or close approximation) RPGs?
Dec
11
revised Does color spray affect undead?
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Dec
11
answered Does color spray affect undead?
Dec
11
accepted Is it practical to run a weekly lunch-hour game of D&D with my coworkers?
Dec
11
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Dec
11
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
10
comment Is it practical to run a weekly lunch-hour game of D&D with my coworkers?
I think we're fairly comfortable taking a system and hacking it for speed. Also, if things take off, I can see ways to fit in small micro sessions in other work breaks - say, 15 minute sessions advancing side plots throughout the week between the hour long lunch breaks.
Dec
10
comment Is it practical to run a weekly lunch-hour game of D&D with my coworkers?
Is there a lighter version of the D&D rules? We're going with this system because most of us have some (passing) familiarity with it. Is there maybe an alternative game that is easy to pick up and would be appropriate for lunch breaks?
Dec
10
revised Is it practical to run a weekly lunch-hour game of D&D with my coworkers?
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Dec
10
asked Is it practical to run a weekly lunch-hour game of D&D with my coworkers?
Dec
8
comment How to design a game for sociopathic characters?
The most critical component, I found, was finding adequate motivation for the characters to cooperate. It's much more difficult for a (mostly) evil group to find common ground for cooperation, and trust - it's difficult, but possible to maintain through character development, background and careful adventure design/choice.
Dec
8
answered How can I encourage my D&D Encounters group to do more role playing?
Dec
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Dec
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comment How can I encourage my D&D Encounters group to do more role playing?
In my experience, these kinds of blunt questions can sometimes intimidate players, and push them away from having fun while roleplaying. I found it useful to sometimes ask leading kinds of questions - "You crit - was that an awesome hit or what?", as well as allow for leeway with some of the rules - the outcome may be fixed (the Orc leader dies), but the last move(s) may be changed to be more like fatalities (ie, the last cut decapitates him, the fireball incinerates the inside of his head, etc...)