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29 votes

How do you discourage "player knowledge" as a GM?

28 votes
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Rules for creating new spells?

17 votes

How do you deal with missing players?

13 votes

Do sleeping or otherwise helpless targets get Reflex saves?

12 votes
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Converting D&D 3.5 characters to D20 Modern characters

12 votes

Advice on setting up a campaign for a new GM?

10 votes
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How real are illusions?

5 votes

How to kill yourself in 4e?

5 votes

How to communicate to the players that an encounter can be solved also through diplomacy?

5 votes

Building Campaigns to Characters' Strengths and Weaknesses

4 votes

How do you handle large scale exploration?

4 votes
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Good campaigns for a small group?

4 votes

Who actually makes the Magic Books that boost stats?

4 votes

Story Arc vs. Player Creativity

4 votes

Total Party Kill - What do I do as a GM?

3 votes

How can you add character to in-game religions?

3 votes

Beyond hit points: injury in D&D

3 votes
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Is there a pen and paper rpg adaptation of Half Life?

3 votes

Sometimes, losing a big conflict is the better plotline. For D&D, how do you encourage this result?

3 votes

How well are low level PCs able to defeat high level NPCs in B/X D&D?

2 votes

How can I strategise IC with the other players when my PC is stupid?

2 votes

Breaking Masterwork Weapons/Armor

2 votes
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Players stopping other player actions

2 votes

What games are out there that could be played in a single night, with no prep?

2 votes

What variant rules can promote a less kick-in-the-door mindset?

2 votes

How do I retain momentum in an irregular game?

1 vote

What's the cheapest, good way for someone to try getting into painting miniatures?

1 vote

Can a vehicle make a reflex save to avoid damage from Autofire?

1 vote

Rules on Treasure Carrying

1 vote

How to encourage players to state approach and goal, rather than asking for skill checks?