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Roleplayer, lapsed blogger, and full-time dad.

Have been playing and GMing D&Ds from B/X to D&D 5e. Becoming a fan of indie games and the OSR in the mid 2000s expanded my horizons for both trad and indie games. Fond of GMless and short-form games that suit a busy schedule and are good for enticing non-gamers into the hobby.

Running Apocalypse WorldPlaying D&D 5eScheming Hillfolk RPG and RuneQuest 6 GloranthaReading everything by C. J. Cherryh and King of Sartar by Greg Stafford


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reviewed Reject initiative tag wiki
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revised What is the biggest weapon wieldable with a Goliath + Wield Oversize Weapon?
add just the minimun necessary ability quotes
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reviewed Reject and Edit organized-play tag wiki excerpt
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revised organized-play wiki excerpt
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revised What is the biggest weapon wieldable with a Goliath + Wield Oversize Weapon?
we don't link to dndtools.eu if we can help it, since they host copyright violations
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revised dungeon wiki excerpt
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reviewed Reject daily-powers tag wiki
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reviewed Reject daily-powers tag wiki excerpt
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answered In D&D 3.5, are Ability Checks, Attack Rolls, and Damage Rolls mechanically distinct?
Oct
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reviewed No Action Needed How do I make a D&D 3.5e veteran get used to the 4e roleplaying style?
Oct
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reviewed No Action Needed In D&D 3.5, are Ability Checks, Attack Rolls, and Damage Rolls mechanically distinct?
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reviewed Reject alchemy tag wiki
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reviewed Reject and Edit organized-play tag wiki
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revised organized-play wiki description
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Oct
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revised Storytelling with lie detection
strengthen the beginning by adding an intro with a teaser/thesis of the rest; add headings to indicate idea structure and ease reading
Oct
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comment Storytelling with lie detection
@Lohoris It's slow to get to the point is why. It's excellent on the back end and weak on the front, which demonstrates how it's not just what you answer, but how you compose the answer, that matters. (Which does makes sense and isn't a flaw in the system, because the goal is effective delivery of solutions, not just being right.) In any case, it gets a +1 from me, and I'm going to see if I can't strengthen its lede.
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revised Storytelling with lie detection
no need to preface answers like this, there are no late answers; + typo fix