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revised Looking for a WWII RPG that requires no adaptation/conversion
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answered Looking for a WWII RPG that requires no adaptation/conversion
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comment Looking for a WWII RPG that requires no adaptation/conversion
Discuss question validity (inasmuch as it doesn't get turned into a proper game rec) on Meta here.
Mar
25
revised system-agnostic wiki description
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Mar
25
comment Is there a fantasy RPG system which does not try to be old-school?
I think this is a poor game-rec question - the requirements are overly broad and stated negatively more than positively - any of the 400 extant fantasy games that don't say "old school!" (and some that do, from looking at the below answers) qualify. Should probably have voted to close long ago.
Mar
25
revised How has D&D changed over time in its guidance to DMs as to when to extrapolate from written rules and when to improvise?
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Mar
25
reviewed Approve Do all spells require an attack roll?
Mar
25
comment Can I take a 5-foot Step and perform any standard action after?
In fact, you can take a 5 foot step and perform a full action. Or a standard and a move action other than moving.
Mar
24
comment How is a ranged touch spell attack calculated?
@Nerevar That is correct.
Mar
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revised How is a ranged touch spell attack calculated?
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24
comment Dealing with Character Advancement in a Game with Rotating GM's
Not liking those answers isn't really an excuse for a duplicate, you'd normally go bounty/comment/etc that question to try to draw more answers. But, eh.
Mar
24
answered How is a ranged touch spell attack calculated?
Mar
24
revised Running a campaign alternating GMs every session
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24
comment Dealing with Character Advancement in a Game with Rotating GM's
So more like rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/22584/…? I've just added a round-robin tag so people can easily look through related questions because we seem to be getting some strong overlap.
Mar
24
revised Reward distribution and story continuity with rotating players/GMs
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24
revised Is it advisable to rotate the GM role between players?
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Mar
24
revised Pitfalls and Gotchas of running Dresden Files RPG with round-robin GMs
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Mar
24
revised Creating a campaign everyone can DM in?
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