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I make software. I live in Pennsylvania. I would like another beer.


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Aug
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comment If aspects are facts, are all facts aspects?
You may also find this question releavnt: rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/26946/…
Aug
1
asked What changes between 2E and 3E D&D, if any, made standard XP progression appropriate?
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Guru
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Good Question
Apr
16
comment How far away can my new sleeve be when I egocast?
I like the suggestion of "with a bribe," especially.
Apr
16
accepted How far away can my new sleeve be when I egocast?
Apr
16
accepted How can I plan, prepare, and enforce an episodic structure?
Apr
16
comment How can I plan, prepare, and enforce an episodic structure?
Although I can't apply this to my current campaign easily, it is quite similar to something I've been thinking about doing in a new one. I sometimes think of the silly "timer" from the TV show Sliders. :)
Apr
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What rewards can compete with experience points?
Apr
7
revised How can I plan, prepare, and enforce an episodic structure?
made a serious of small edits to prose for clarity
Apr
7
comment How can I plan, prepare, and enforce an episodic structure?
I'm a big fan of the West Marches, but what is not clear from your post or any of the many posts I've read is (a) how to motivate the players to get back to base and (b) what to do if they don't. (These are, obviously, quite likely to relate to one another.) Jeff Rients posted a random table of consequences, which is the closest I've seen.
Apr
7
revised How can I plan, prepare, and enforce an episodic structure?
typo fix
Apr
7
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
7
revised How can I plan, prepare, and enforce an episodic structure?
typo fixes