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Timothy Franklin
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Check out the awesome wee d20 broach my pals at Frilly Industries make - http://www.frillyindustries.com/3pm-at-the-carboot/ - cute as the dickens. Also it will teach your other d20s how to behave.
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The PCs in my group keep getting knocked below 0hp but not dying (I'm running LotFP so death is at -4). I need a critical injury table so I can start stripping their legs and skin off. Any suggestions?
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The players in my home game have been pressing up against the edges of the base classes in Lamentations of the Flame Princess. So I've sketched together some variant classes that tweak things a little to bring the mechanics a bit closer to the flavour or en...
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This is an actually factually accurate account of my town. Spot on.
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Trap logic
Why build a trap? 1. Password protection. That is - you're hiding something, you want to come back for it later, you want to ensure no-one gets to it before you. Knowledge of how to circumvent the trap is the password. 2. Military strategy. Could be a compo...
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Dark Souls 2: in light of B/E Dungeons and Dragons
I wouldn't be running a Lamentations game if it wasn't for Dark Souls. I wouldn't be running fantasy at all - it would be Supers or Grimdark or Steambots  or  fucking in the apocalypse . No dungeons, no random result tables, far less giggling from behind th...
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Just found out that the teeny not for profit I work at isn't going to get a fund that allows us to bring art workshops to young people with various disadvantages (it's a mixed group across the whole beauty pageant of deprivation). Can someone suggest some really, really brutal metal?
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+Rafael Chandler this hits the spot, thanks :)
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In the spirit of the New Class discussion, here are the work-in-progress variant classes I'm adding to my home game. Two of these should hit the table on Monday - so I might update if there's any tweaks to be made.
 
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I'm looking for submissions for magic items to be used in the LotFP Ref book and to get the best variety of items I'm doing this open-call style. If your submission is accepted, you will be paid. For our present purposes, Lot...
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I like traps! If you have any suggestions on the logic that leads someone to make a dismemberment-machine, please comment.
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You can get a heap of stuff on the designer's blog.

http://soogagames.blogspot.co.uk/
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The reason the RPG I'm running is a variant of B/E is Dark Souls. I've just started on the sequel, and that's making me think about the similarities and differences and things I aspire to include in my game.
 
Dark Souls 2: in light of B/E Dungeons and Dragons
I wouldn't be running a Lamentations game if it wasn't for Dark Souls. I wouldn't be running fantasy at all - it would be Supers or Grimdark or Steambots  or  fucking in the apocalypse . No dungeons, no random result tables, far less giggling from behind th...
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+Timothy Franklin Igorrr sounds great, and I'm a bit jealous of the gaming group you have. I'm in a small community that unfortunately doesn't currently have much in the way if an rpg scene. I'd like to change that if I have the chance. In the meantime roll20 is a godsend. It works very well, is free, and allows gamers anywhere in the world to get together. You could be gaming 7 days a week on there, although there is a bias towards games taking place on north American times.
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Fantastic food, contemporary Indian cuisine. Friendly service. Loved it.
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Great Cantonese restaurant with a wide range of dishes, friendly staff and superb vegetarian options. Excellent all round - one of the best takeaways and Chinese restaurants in the area.
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Great little restaurant which does Cantonese takeaway. Haven't eaten at the restaurant, but everyone seemed very pleasant and the takeaway was delicious. No msg and clearly more health conscious than your average Chinese (and the local competition). There was a great range on the menu and the dishes were all distinctive and very tasty. Offers excellent vegetarian options including some tasty tofu dishes, and more authentic flavours than some other local Chinese restaurants.
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