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bio website partialsuccess.wordpress.com
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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.


Nov
15
asked Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
Nov
12
awarded  Teacher
Nov
12
answered Would a Dwarf Stonecaller get two saves against prone?
Nov
9
comment Single player games suitable for session preparation
Actually, I think it's great. I've read it, and I loved it. I'm trying to pull a group together for a one-shot :)
Nov
8
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
8
comment Single player games suitable for session preparation
This seems fun :) The drawbacks doesn't matter, I am mostly looking for ideas for running games, so everything is useful :)
Nov
6
comment Single player games suitable for session preparation
Your comment is valid. I don't want to exclude players, I simply just wanted to have fun with it :-) Besides, players shouldn't know everything ;-)
Nov
6
comment Single player games suitable for session preparation
I have actually thought about reading up on the Dresden Files RPG, to use the system for a WoD game. Making PC's integral characters in the setting boosts player (and DM) enjoyment in any game :) Besides, I dislike the Storyteller system, so FATE my suit my playing needs better.
Nov
6
comment Single player games suitable for session preparation
I've heard about that one. This makes me want to look into it even more, even though it wasn't exactly what I was looking for :)
Nov
6
revised Single player games suitable for session preparation
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Nov
6
asked Single player games suitable for session preparation
Nov
5
comment Covertly casting a spell
I upvoted this answer for one reason: Wizards and sorcerers are supposed to be all about raw magical power. Bards, on the other hand, are all about trickery and deceit. What you want is the purview of a bard, in my humble opinion.
Nov
5
awarded  Critic
Nov
1
comment Creating the setting with the players
By the way, what is kingdom? Can you supply a link?
Nov
1
comment Creating the setting with the players
I must admit that I have never, ever, EVER experienced players complain when I make something up, just because it didn't fit their preconceptions of the setting, just as I would never object to players having an interesting background, just because it didn't fit my preconceptions about what the players wanted in the campaign. Roleplaying is a collaborative effort, not a simple boardgame.
Oct
31
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
31
comment Creating the setting with the players
I am intrigued by Microscope. I must admit, I've never heard of it before. Sounds awesome though :)
Oct
31
comment Creating the setting with the players
Wow, this is GREAT :D I never thought about doing it like this, making setting, THEN characters. In my head, the character creation step should REVEAL the setting, but looking back on it, it was kind of dumb :) +1!
Oct
31
revised Creating the setting with the players
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Oct
31
asked Creating the setting with the players