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I am an avid RP and tabletop gamer, currently designing a tabletop skirmish game of my own. It is a hobby of mine to sit down with a core book for a game and decipher its system.


Jul
22
revised How to get to know my players' expectations?
added 4 characters in body
Jul
22
comment When Should Disadvantages be Inflicted on (N)PC's?
One solution I am considering is that the player can opt to ignore damage from one attack to receive a disadvantage. That is, instead of dying they lose an arm/eye/leg, gain a permanent wound or disfiguring scar.
Jul
22
answered How to get to know my players' expectations?
Jul
22
comment When Should Disadvantages be Inflicted on (N)PC's?
Fixed. Moved the sentence but had an orphan line.
Jul
22
revised When Should Disadvantages be Inflicted on (N)PC's?
added 60 characters in body
Jul
22
asked When Should Disadvantages be Inflicted on (N)PC's?
Jul
10
comment How to use a GMPC for the good of the campaign?
I like the Q reference because that is a wonderful character to model intermittent high level beings, but he had more of a Loki-type effect: Yeah I'm gonna mess with you, but if you're a good sport you get something good
Jul
8
comment How to use a GMPC for the good of the campaign?
I've done something like this multiple times.
Jul
8
answered How to use a GMPC for the good of the campaign?
Jul
8
comment Are there roleplaying games where your race levels up separately from your class?
Could you elaborate just a little more?
Jul
7
comment Are there roleplaying games where your race levels up separately from your class?
My biggest problem with this question is that almost every game I've seen that puts a priority on "growing" a race tends to be a point-buy system.
Jul
7
comment Are there roleplaying games where your race levels up separately from your class?
Vampire's Generation/Blood Potency (in NWoD) may not have been the best example, but the disciplines are strictly race based. They are in fact given abilities by level. Mage would have been more ideal since you can buy up your Gnosis/Arete with XP, same as your magic 'spheres' which opened new abilities and when it comes down to it, in WoD (old or new) your race is your class for all intents and purposes because almost everything (save Wraith and Changeling) is born the way it is.
Jul
4
awarded  Custodian
Jul
4
reviewed No Action Needed Can a wizard use wands and scrolls of spells from his prohibited schools of magic?
Jul
4
reviewed No Action Needed Why are there no bonus cantrips for high ability scores?
Jul
4
reviewed Close How to optimize a rogue for highest attacks/round and damage/attack?
Jul
4
comment How to stat up and judge the challenge of supernatural NPCs
Added more to my answer. I hope it gives you something to work with.
Jul
4
revised How to stat up and judge the challenge of supernatural NPCs
added 1703 characters in body
Jul
3
answered How to stat up and judge the challenge of supernatural NPCs
Jul
2
reviewed Close Arcane Hierophant Variant: Archivist prestige class creation