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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
comment Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
I have read the chapter on city creation in the Dresden RPG. I'm to steal a lot of ideas from it :) The tone and theme of my upcoming campaign should be chosen in collaboration between me and the players, as in any solid sandbox campaign :)
Nov
15
comment Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
I am not sure, but likely not. Unless they could be included with minimum effort. I fear this sort of expansion would be too overwhelming.
Nov
15
comment Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
This is a pretty solid expansion :) Mind you, I will only collaborate on NPCs that the players were likely to know of. Some antagonists likely fall into this spectrum though :)
Nov
15
comment Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
@Tynam Of course, you are correct. My initial post as been slightly edited now :) Thank you for your insight.
Nov
15
revised Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
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Nov
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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
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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.