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The goblin market, fey bargain, deal with the devil... use it to instantly generate several plot threads in your game.
Urban fantasy became popular in the 1980s and 1990s, spawning its own host of tabletop RPGs. One trope of urban fantasy is the "trade for your magic" bargain wherein regular people (and sometimes wizards) trade some part of ...
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I washed my car 15 hours ago and left it under two ash trees. Oh well. Just gotta keep taking Claritin and hosing off the car every weekend.
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I do not think that means what you think it means.


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I've been doing too many crunchy D&D system articles lately.  Here's a thinky RPG theory post about how players approach playing their characters and their preferred mode of play.
I've had a lot of articles about D&D mechanics lately, so it's time for another RPG theory piece. Today's topic: Stance. There are a lot of different ways to play an RPG. Ron Edwards' concept of Stance in RPGs describes thre...
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More relevant to people who run a game in a public space or at conventions, this post is about making sure your game doesn't make players uncomfortable at or around the table.
While it's always been in my GM Credo to facilitate inclusion, recently good folks have raised awareness of the need for RPG players, especially GMs, to take a stand against rotten behavior at the table that makes players unc...
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Level zero rules for 5e D&D
"Level zero" represents a D&D character who does not have a character class. They're a henchman or commoner, or a hero before hearing the call to adventure. 5th edition is not alone among editions of D&D that do not have "le...
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All you need is five minutes and a six sided die and you'll have two close NPC connections who will tie you to the story, or help the DM write stories for your character!
If you're stuck for ideas for how to make your fantasy RPG character interesting and tied to the DM's plots, simply roll up a loved one and a rival, flesh them out, and send them to the DM to tie to the story. Loved One The p...
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I'm a nonprofit grants professional who's passionate about outcomes based program design. My hobbies are tabletop role playing games and playing with my kids.
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