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comment Simulating grenade explosions in a stairwell
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comment How do I get my players to form a PC party without just forcing them to?
Superb answer! Let's vote it up high!
Oct
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revised Recommend a web-based narrative RPG
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accepted Recommend a web-based narrative RPG
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answered Recommend a web-based narrative RPG
Sep
27
comment How to deal with a Batman PC as a DM?
Bhaha, this reminds me of my half elf sorceress, wearing a beautiful tunic and a full helm - Elf Person The Second. Good times!
Sep
27
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
27
accepted As a GM, what minimal geographic knowledge should I have to make realistic maps?
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awarded  Nice Question
Sep
26
comment What happens to the rider if a mount dies?
Wait, no damage?
Sep
26
comment When should I separate encounters?
Between the two encounters, were the characters in range of shooting weapons and spells of the adversaries?
Sep
26
comment As a GM, what minimal geographic knowledge should I have to make realistic maps?
Awesome, thanks! This addresses perfectly the readable and correctly marked maps. However, where do I learn from how did terrain features form so that I do not put incompatible features one next to the other. Or on a sufficiently old planet, there are no impossible combinations?
Sep
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comment As a GM, what minimal geographic knowledge should I have to make realistic maps?
@Steed, great idea. Problems: (1)too many roads; (2)real-world names.
Sep
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comment As a GM, what minimal geographic knowledge should I have to make realistic maps?
The example of the rivers is quite basic one. Yesterday I had a rectangular stony cliff, next to a lake in the fields (like those around canyons). Canyons are formed out of moving ice blocks. "Is this cliff possible?" is a question I would be able to answer, after reading the hypothetical "basic geography materials". Common sense is based on knowledge - where do I get the basics of it?
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revised As a GM, what minimal geographic knowledge should I have to make realistic maps?
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comment As a GM, what minimal geographic knowledge should I have to make realistic maps?
I would appreciate some help rewording my pre-last paragraph. I feel there is something wrong with it, but just can't get it right. Also, should this be two separate questions?