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Simon “Noobirus” Piecha
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I started a Facebook group, where you post photos of your Tabletop collection or new hauls.

#TheVault is a friendly place, where there are no discussions. Only photos... and eventually some small talk in the comments.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/163102514364470
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Has someone made the original playbooks from DW, but with Drives instead of Alignments?

Yes, I know the document below exists, I'm just curious if someone has edited the original PDF files.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18jBt9n6WK_vibMjGALNDg4D1GN8dd2x1N758kz1OrKo/edit
Drives for DW
Drives for DW
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Why do humans get a -1 to [FB] (Fellowship Bonus), if their race has the best politicians and socialites according to the book?

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My map for my Zweihander Campaign - Alternate Medieval Europe.
(Yes, all climates are also switched around - the arabian people are living in snow-covered deserts, vikings on the other hand are dark-skinned warriors with ships decorated with exotic gold and diamonds).
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Yesterday I had my first ICRPG session as a Game Master. At first I was quite sceptic towards the rules, and I had some important questions on my mind, that the rulebook didn't want to answer (do the monsters have armor? Or do I come up with a random target number during the fight? Should I write the target number on a card, that represents the scene or what?).
But after reading through the book from page one to the last, I managed to create a urban fantasy setting with classes inspired by rulebook. The only serious difference was, that I gave the players 8 point to distribute, instead of 6, because the only playable race was a human.
The game went great, and the players had a lot of fun. We had a wizard with magical tattoos, a gangsta street samurai, and a grimdark handsome champion with a rapier made of titanium.
I will definetly use ICRPG in some future games in the same setting, it's a fast and easy-to-use engine, great to craft almost any story.
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I'm planning to run a Swords & Wizardry game set in Faerun, 3E era (before the Spellplague and Second Sundering).
Any tips on running an OSR game in this official D&D setting? Did any of you run something like this?
Any ideas for adventure hooks set in the Turmish lands?

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Afterbomb Madness, probably my favourite Polish Post-Apocalyptic tabletop RPG will be available in english through crowdfunding.
This is the second edition of the game, which is a bit more streamlined compared to the first one.
Afterbomb has a similiar vibe to the Fallout franchise. You fight against mutants, aliens, various scum and cyborg communists in the american wasteland. You can even play as a ghoul-like character and join various organisations and groups, from the humanitarian AFA (Alternative for America) that wants to rebuild everything that has been lost during the war, to the ultra-racist Eagle Clan that wishes build a new America, free from mutants and aliens.
(I'm not the author the game, and I have nothing to do with it, I'm just spreading the word)
http://afterbomb.pl/articles/70/afterbomb-madness-2-0-us-english-edition

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The cover (without the new logo) and some art from the Polish edition of Dungeon World.
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