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Sep
17
comment Can a dragonborn sorcerer designed to recharge her breath choose to fail a save against ongoing damage?
Try getting the Emblem of Ossandrya and really really pissing it off for a -2 to savings throws.
Sep
12
comment Can a Gray Rain Cloak be refilled?
however, nothing stops you from paying the full cost of the ritual and flavoring it as a refill.
Sep
6
comment D&D 4e Campaigns/Adventures that spell things out for a brand new DM
In many ways it is easier to run a few one-session mini adventures of your own design. Just pick a setting, describe a place in it that the characters are, pick a few monsters out of the manual following the DMG rules, and keep it simple until you get the swing of making stuff up on the fly. (yes... You CAN push that statue over on the goblins.. Role Strength... Uh... It crushes one of the goblins flat. SQUISH!!!)
Aug
15
comment What can I use for sci-fi ambient music?
Actually, I created a bunch of Spotify playlists for Shadowrun. This is the all list. There are playlists for Astral, Sprawl, and the Matrix and many others.
Jun
27
comment Does D&D 3.5 DM material contain information applicable for Pathfinder GMs?
Generally speaking, all DM/GM guides contain practical advice that would be beneficial to all DMs/GMs of any game. My advice would be to read as many of them as you can.
Jun
20
comment Classroom RPG for kids
One place to go for getting close to this are the Phoenix Wright series of games. They deal with uncovering clues in a similar way to how you'll be having your kids do with the above method.
Jun
20
answered Classroom RPG for kids
Jun
17
comment Who should be addressed in an RPG rule text?
Actually, in the example cases, it is clearer and more concise when not consistent. "A Psychic Warrior calls forth the aggressive nature of the beast inherent in him/herself, psionically transforming his/her hands into deadly claws."
Jun
12
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Jun
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May
24
comment How to give a Rogue ways to shine
Rogues don't make very good scouts. They should stay close to the party in dungeons and deal with traps/locks and fade away in combat to surprise the enemy. If all the rooms your party enters have enemies pointed at the door, that's bad for him. But if they are huddled in the center of the room focused on a ritual with all the lights out...
May
23
answered How to make a confinement situation interesting without railroading players?
May
21
comment Sources for additional (summonable) creatures in Anima: Beyond Fantasy
Unrelatedly, it is nice to see people playing this game. I was skeptical about it when Wen-M first started working on the art for it.
May
21
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May
20
comment How can I run games in Shadowrun, without going overboard?
If your players are able to change the world quickly in any way other than by littering it with their rotting corpses, you aren't playing Shadowrun right. Your players should be scared, always on the edge of failure, constantly planning for every possible contingency and only if they have really really planned things well should they succeed. If you have not killed a PC in a session, you probably aren't being hard enough, IMHO.
May
20
answered In D&D, A PC became king. How do I keep him in check?
May
6
comment How hard is it to stake a vampire?
You should accept the answer if it answers your question. Click the little check mark under the score on the answer.
Apr
16
comment How to handle wealthy player characters as a GM?
Bilbo/Frodo's Mythril armor was, as said in the book, worth greatly more than the entirety of the shire and surrounding countryside.
Feb
19
comment Making epic combat interesting and challenging but not complicated
I do these things: Cheat on recharge rolls, and just use those powers sparingly; Cheat on saves in the same way, often not expiring them at all; Generally not worry too damn much about it.
Feb
18
comment What is the significance of a Basic Attack vs. any other sort of attack?
It is also problematic that Essentials and earlier books and tools appear to be all part of the same game to outsiders/newbies. So it is not uncommon for a game to go on for a long time before anyone realizes they are mixing and matching. The confusion that then arises can tear games apart.