Tabletop RPGs

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I see a lot of articles on the RPG Bloggers Network providing game prep advice. What to think about before...

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Imagine having 100 to 200 role-playing miniatures, in color. Some of them fantasy characters, some of them sci-fi characters, so...

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I’m working on a role-playing campaign setting — a whole city, ripe for adventure. I plan to publish it as one big documen...

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I’ve noticed something. Of those wonderful people who think up horrifying monsters for players to encounter during a table...

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I believe that speed is essential to good role-playing. Think of a good action movie or an engrossing book; the story rocket...

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All right, I admit it: I play Dungeons & Dragons. This may horrify some of my evangelical friends, but trust me: there’s...

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Before I published War in the Deep, I wanted to be sure I was publishing a good-looking, professional adventure. So I bought...

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New players are a fact of life for GMs. They may have never played a tabletop RPG before, or only using vastly different syste...

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