If you have spellcasters in your game making scrolls at all levels, this spellcaster is different in that he or she makes potions.
In this issue...
* Lifepath Characters for Stars Without Number, a new method of character creation for my free sci-fi game Stars Without Number. Use guided rolls and the Life Event generator to brew up a hero for interstellar adventure. The PCs created with this system are essentially compatible with the results you get from the standard method, so you can freely mix the two together in your campaigns.
* The Blademaster, a new character class for Scarlet Heroes and similar old-school-inspired games. Learn the secret arts of the ancient schools of war and wield their ineffable powers in battle. It comes with guidelines and tips for creating your own blademaster schools personalized for your own campaigns.
* Quick Temples and Shrines is a one-roll generator for quickly generating a temple or fane for your freshly-brewed planet or time-lost city. Discover the problems that raddle the priests and the friends and foes that might complicate a PC's pilgrimage.
* Quick Religious Revolts will help a GM discover the details behind a recent uprising of some oppressed faith or the savage revolt of a sect of zealous fanatics. If your PCs are unlucky, they might just be able to get front-row seats to the festivities.
Scarlet Heroes and Stars Without Number get the most attention in this one, but GMs can cheerfully loot the one-roll tables for their own use, particularly the Life Event generator which can be generalized for creating points of crisis for plots and NPCs.
That is not the best summary of this article, but it is very cool. I really want to do this.
Meanwhile, Back at the Fief by Thomas M Kane was in Dragon 125 (sorry for the typing fail), one of my favorite covers too.
For a numbers guy like me, it can be hard to admit that it is not so much the Armor Class, Hit Dice, Attack Damage that are important.
I love pen-and-paper RPGs, history, conlangs (and artlangs) and thoughtful Christianity.
My son is hard of hearing. Although he is quite verbal, his preferred method of communication is sign. For that reason, I know some Signing Exact English and a smattering of ASL. More than that, my son is wildly imaginative and very curious about a myriad of things like planets, dinosaurs, letter and number systems, dolphins and gardening.
My daughter is precious. She signs better than I do. She is also fearless, thoughtful, loving and energetic. It goes without saying that she takes after her mother.
My wife is simply amazing. There's not a good summary for all that she is.
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- North Carolina State UniversityBritish Medieval Literature: Non-Chaucer, 1989 - 1995
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