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Nov
15
comment How can I format a Dungeons and Dragons 4e character sheet such that players are more likely to remember (and use) their class features?
This was generally the consensus for the question How to keep track of abilities for D&D 4e?
Nov
15
comment How much damage is caused by a thrown coin?
Why 1d2 damage, of course!
Nov
15
comment How can I encourage zombie investigation?
@Graham - What more are you fishing for with the bounty? I mean, there's already a lot of answers, so... ?
Nov
14
comment Simulating physical combat in-Matrix?
I had an answer... but it was for DnD. Then I saw your shadowrun tag and felt sad :'(
Nov
14
comment The first sold copy of D&D was to Chaosium's founder: were Chaosium's games influential on early D&D?
. I did my best; let me know if I've lost the original intent of your question.
Nov
14
comment The first sold copy of D&D was to Chaosium's founder: were Chaosium's games influential on early D&D?
Hello @C.. and wecome to rpg.stackexchange. I find your question a little difficult to understand, and it seems very disucssion-oriented, which is discouraged on stackexchange sites, so ot might get closed. Don't take it personnaly if that happens, and stick around in ourxommunity! You can check out the FAQ where you'll find some guidelines on questions to ask on rpg.stackexchange.
Nov
14
comment Does raising a familiar from the dead restore the lost experience points?
I just read Pet Sematary and just the association makes me want to +1 :P
Nov
14
comment What dice system to choose?
... and I'm with @Pat Ludwig: this is ambiguous as to whether it refers to a "dice system" or a "game system".
Nov
14
comment What dice system to choose?
This is duplicate-ish of 3d6 vs a d20: What is the effect of a different probability curve?. Also, how can you determine if something is more random? Those interested in some math about randomness, check out Understanding "randomness" on StackOverflow.
Nov
12
comment How can I encourage zombie investigation?
TV clues is awesome... awesome enough for me to set aside petty sentiments and perceptions that you stole my Macguffin idea and give you a +1. :P
Nov
12
comment What do you do when you roll a 1 for initiative?
I love the ruthlessness of it! But I'm confused by the "Higher than something you are fighting" part... should that read "Lower than..."
Nov
12
comment How can you build a character based on Lord Voldemort?
This is delightful! My 4th edition is a little weaker than my 3.5, but I'll try and provide you with some relative comments after the weekend.
Nov
12
comment How can you build a character based on Lord Voldemort?
I was torn between this and the longer one; but in the end I appreciate the Player-Character more than the NPC.
Nov
9
comment As a GM, how do I keep Dungeons & Dragons more interesting for young players?
Excellent point; it's still relevant, if not more.
Nov
9
comment How can I encourage zombie investigation?
I understand this not so much as making zombies less dangerous as making the disease less dangerous; the zombies are still dangerous.
Nov
9
comment How do you switch from parenting-mode to GM-mode?
... and their boyfriends!? That's awesome!
Nov
9
comment As a GM, how do I keep Dungeons & Dragons more interesting for young players?
+1 for 1 and 2; 3 and 4 are more a "any players, always" kind of thing than a "one's own children" specific.
Nov
9
comment As a GM, how do I keep Dungeons & Dragons more interesting for young players?
Personally, I clearly understand the difference between the two questions; I see no need for editing.
Nov
7
comment How can you build a character based on Lord Voldemort?
This is so intense! :D
Nov
6
comment What's the difference between a Ranger and a Scout?
I'm looking for more of a high-level character concept difference; this is a little too pragmatic and rule-mechanics-oriented.