Or at least that’s what I intend to use it for: Doll DivineRead More A Neat Character Portrait Generator
Since Christian Lindke asks “AD&D’s Appendix N? What About the Moldvay Appendix?” but doesn’t actually list or point to the Appendix anywhere, I thought it would be helpful to reproduce it. This is the gist of it, not a letter-perfect recreation. The original is from Dungeons & Dragons, edited by Tom Moldvay, (c) 1974. Reproduced […]Read More Moldvay’s “Appendix N”
Zak S. asks Repost and answer. Or, if you don’t have a blog, answer in the comments. Or be a big rebel and do neither. 1. If you had to pick a single invention in a game you were most proud of what would it be? SFX!’s “Primary Rule”, which requires that proposed actions […]Read More Zak S. Sure Does Ask A Lot of Questions
Kyrinn Eis, who’s currently playing in my Skyships of Atlantis! setting as part of play-testing Zorch! the Fantasy RPG, was asking last night about how you’d run a grittier setting. The default in the SFX! games tends toward a fairly light-hearted tone where the protagonists are never in much actual danger. For example, there are […]Read More Creating a Grittier Tone in SFX!