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In The Beginning Was The d20. Daniel is a long-time computing geek who spends his days spreading this good word. Interests include painting, medieval swordsmanship, and every conceivable form of game design.


Oct
10
answered Character creation phases for a new character
Sep
19
answered Balancing encounters for faster feat progression
Aug
7
answered How do I run Paranoia for just one player?
Jul
12
answered What information a DM should have at hand when in an encounter?
Jul
6
answered What skill should a Tech-priest use for reprogramming machines?
Jun
25
answered Are there any good tabletop RPGs for young beginning players?
Jun
21
answered How Fate games could go wrong and how to prevent that
Jun
17
answered What books should I start D&D 4e with?
Jun
8
answered Tools/techniques for optimal tabletop gaming with one remote user
May
30
answered How can I help guide my players in the “Straight” playstyle?
May
24
answered How are Werewolf traits balanced?
Apr
30
answered What do you do when a player intimidates your campaign boss to surrender?
Mar
25
answered What makes up the core FATE?
Mar
10
answered PC in chains, planned myself into a corner
Feb
16
answered How should I interpret “rival” when playing out the Envy vice?
Feb
1
answered GMs and MCs, When do you say, 'No,' to your players?
Jan
20
answered How can I keep track of Aspects and Powers?
Nov
18
answered If a Paladin purposefully goes bad, can they still atone and return to prior status?
Nov
15
answered Who are the movers and shakers in any larger city in Vampire: the Requiem?
Oct
22
answered Shifts in aspect assessments