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bio website acedrummer.com
location Beaver, PA
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seen Nov 26 '13 at 14:31

I have been gaming, role-playing, miniatures and table top board, since 1977. Not as old as some but older than most. I pretty much play anything, D&D has always been my favorite RPG. I have a pretty good sized collection of materials and games and am always adding to it.

I hope to share my love of the game and passion for my hobby with everyone here.

Geesh, does this sound cheesy, but it is true. So there you are.


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comment What is the cost for the upkeep of gear?
The Percentage formula is a "house rule" or rule of thumb that I have encountered in the real world over the years. As the for the barter portion, that is strictly real-life. No house rule needed, just goo old fashioned role-playing.
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comment How do I make and use tactically interesting terrain?
Sure; moving water, slide/running down hills or stairs, swinging from a rope or light, jumping down a short cliff or wall. The list is only limited to your imagination. Use temporary shift bonuses or speed bonuses (ex. beginning of next turn) just like you would temprorary penalties. This really forces the characters to begin taking terrain way more seriously especially if your monster use it first.
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