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I'm studying Mathematical-Economics at Aarhus University.

I like programming, boardgames and RPG's.

I run a blog about roleplaying and being a GM called Partial Success.


Dec
6
revised How do I keep me and my player happy in a one-on-one game?
Some grammar and exchanged some slightly confusing notation
Dec
6
revised How do I keep me and my player happy in a one-on-one game?
added 2 characters in body
Dec
6
answered How do I keep me and my player happy in a one-on-one game?
Dec
6
suggested suggested edit on How do I keep me and my player happy in a one-on-one game?
Dec
5
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
4
comment Can a lich be controlled by control undead?
Excellent "in setting thinking". If the players know a lichs weakness, well guess what; so does he :)
Dec
4
awarded  Talkative
Dec
3
awarded  Custodian
Dec
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the benefit of using two-handed/dual weapons instead of a shield?
Dec
3
answered How do I not cheapen death, while also respecting my players' time?
Dec
3
comment What's the benefit of using two-handed/dual weapons instead of a shield?
This might be the only rule that I really dislike in Legend so far. It makes it difficult to separate the effects of each weapon when disarming..
Dec
3
accepted Monsters of Encounter Levels below 1 in Legend
Dec
3
accepted What's the benefit of using two-handed/dual weapons instead of a shield?
Dec
3
asked What's the benefit of using two-handed/dual weapons instead of a shield?
Dec
3
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
30
accepted Origin of the word “Soak” for avoiding damage
Nov
30
revised What is a good way to explain the difference between a Chaotic Neutral character, and a character who is just crazed?
added 41 characters in body
Nov
30
answered What is a good way to explain the difference between a Chaotic Neutral character, and a character who is just crazed?
Nov
29
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
29
asked Origin of the word “Soak” for avoiding damage