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A Canadian geek, finishing off a chemistry degree. I typically hang around TeX.SX as I like the community and learn things by reading the questions. I'm also active on RPG.SX and History.SX.


May
27
comment What is this mature RPG System I saw online a few years ago?
That is it. Glad I included that last point; that only came to me as I was writing the first two points. I've also confirmed that this is the right game: ua.johntynes.com/content_comments.php?id=974_0_3_0_C4 is the second story. I got a number of the details wrong, but the right general idea. It was by reptile2k1, a fan I guess.
May
27
accepted What is this mature RPG System I saw online a few years ago?
May
26
asked What is this mature RPG System I saw online a few years ago?
Apr
19
comment Is there a way to give animals fine manipulators at low level?
I...what? Why on earth did you make a crafter with no fine manipulators when you rolled up the character?
Apr
18
answered Are there any GURPS blogs?
Feb
27
revised Is there one type of combat system considered to be more deadly than other alternatives?
Heroquest is a board game, Runequest is BRP
Feb
27
comment Is there one type of combat system considered to be more deadly than other alternatives?
Actually I find fast systems = more lethal: Combat in say, Call of Cthulhu is way more lethal then say, 3e through 4e D&D, and is also far faster. GURPS combat is way more crunchy then D&D, but you only get a couple shots before you kneel over.
Feb
26
awarded  Organizer
Feb
26
revised Is there one type of combat system considered to be more deadly than other alternatives?
edited tags
Feb
26
answered Is there one type of combat system considered to be more deadly than other alternatives?
Feb
25
revised Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Added the software tag
Feb
25
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
I had a freind look over them since he is doing something similar to what I want to do, but with old computer RPGs. We both think pyromancers.com/dungeon-painter-online is exactly what we are looking for: You just click to add rooms, hallways, stairwells, etc. No fuss, etc.
Feb
23
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Sorry, which second link above? There are lots of them, and many places you could be counting from: Can you clean up your answer to make a clear list, including the one from your comments? Thank you.
Feb
23
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Nice! I was thinking of this more for an old school 'you map it, I don't tell you if the map is right' game, but run online as my local group is more story based. This would let the mapper upload the maps to show other people without having to scan it.
Feb
23
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Dunjinni is a bit slow as well I think, it is again a tool to make nice pretty maps, not on the fly 'which way is out' maps.
Feb
21
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
I'd prefer something that gives a nice grid, as it is then easier to see when you might have missed a hidden room or such, and you have less issues of 'opps I drew that room too big'.
Feb
21
accepted Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Feb
21
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Pyromancers looks perfect. If someone hooks me up with a non-web tool I'll probably move to that, but you get the accept until then.
Feb
21
comment Software for On-the-fly-mapping
Maptool is far too slow. You have to carefully align each tile. I'm talking like 'click squares to make room' type of software. Maptools is for making pretty maps, not on-the-fly ones.
Feb
21
asked Software for On-the-fly-mapping