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Spent most of high school building an RPG ruleset that still gets thoroughly broken every time I take it out to play, but worked fine for a three year campaign anyway. Mostly playing D&D 3.5 since then, but I like to try out lightweight systems for one-shots as often as I can.


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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted Starving in Dungeon World
Sep
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comment Starving in Dungeon World
They're traveling along a line of small ruins built in enemy territory picking up macguffins, each about a week apart. I treated going from one to the next as being a different journey- was that a mistake? (Not that that would save them- they picked up about a dozen hirelings at one of the ruins who were without supplies, and it's feeding those that's eating into their resources.)
Sep
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comment Starving in Dungeon World
Is getting new spells related to the Make Camp move? Both cleric and wizard mention they need an hour or so of quiet, and Make Camp triggers when you hang out for "more than an hour or so" but I assumed they were two unrelated moves happening at the same time. Make Camp mentions that you'd do it to prepare spells, but neither Commune nor Prepare Spells mentions needing food. That makes sense to me fictionally, but I don't quite have system mastery of DW yet. Your take?
Sep
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asked Starving in Dungeon World
Sep
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comment Danger and Location Moves in Dungeon World
The last paragraph is from the rulebook, and two questions are being asked. However, both questions are about the same line in the rulebook, and stem from the same confusion- the idea that location and danger moves are somehow different than monster moves. They aren't, but that's a reasonable mistake given that location moves aren't actually detailed anywhere I can find.
Sep
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answered Danger and Location Moves in Dungeon World
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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment RPG With Character Moral Growth and Corruption?
@MilesRout Er... On behalf of my country, I apologize? Don't look at me man, I was raised in Canada. Though I always thought the most American game was stargazergames.eu/games/badass
Sep
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comment RPG With Character Moral Growth and Corruption?
@Airk I think morality is mechanically central in DitV, even if there is no literal light/dark side slider. The escalation mechanic is a large part of the tactics of the game, and IMO the question "I disagree with this guy over X and can't talk him out of it, does that mean it's okay to shoot him?" constitutes a sizable chunk of morality. And after all, D&D gets decidedly more morally complex when you remove the morality meter.
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answered RPG With Character Moral Growth and Corruption?
Sep
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comment How can a werewolf fly?
Is starting with Resources dots and buying an airplane considered cheating?
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awarded  Necromancer
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answered Is there an alternate rule to allow different stats for Male/Female characters?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Can you light magically created grease on fire?
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awarded  Good Question
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answered How can I deal with character classes and builds so specific they don't fit in with the group?
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answered How to introduce and encourage role playing in non-roleplayers?
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answered Does roleplaying inherently put you at a disadvantage?