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Lance Duncan
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D&D Story 2: B1 In Search of the Unknown, Part 2
continuation of the interview on  B1 Lance: Ok, so let's talk about when you ran it for us.
How many times have you run this module that you remember? Bruce: Five Five, so you ran it the first time and then? And then I didn’t run
it again till i had some fr...
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MY Dad's first time running B1

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D&D Story 2: B1 In Search of the Unknown, Part 1
This interview took place on May 9th. I'm splitting this into 2 parts. This details my father's first encounter with B1, next will be about when he ran it for us at the beginning of the adventures that led to the Dragon City. This has been severely edited, ...
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The Right to Work
I'm going to go on a bit of a political rant here, maybe I'll be able to tie it into gaming by the end. I have been listening to the Revolutions Podcast produced by Mike Duncan of The History of Rome Podcast fame; something that keeps coming up is the right...
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The Empire of Thyatis in my home game
The Empire
The Empire
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The Empire
The D&D games I played with my family growing up was set in the Known World as described in the BECMI sets and X1, X4, X5, B10, B6, B1, and B2. Thus the Known World, or Mystara, I am familiar with is quite different than the Mystara of the gazetteers. Thyat...
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An experimentation with mapping mountain peaks
Mapping Mountains
Mapping Mountains
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Mapping Mountains
I threw together a quick map of southeastern France to experiment with a different method for mapping mountains. I took data from http://www.peaklist.org/lists.html hoping that showing peaks as opposed to direct elevation might be more useful for gaming. I'...
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Sorcerous Abilitiies
As mentioned in a previous  post , I have been thinking about including sorcerers in my D&D game. The sorcerer gets magic as an innate ability because one of their ancestors was an elf. In Classic D&D there are no half-elves; a child born to a human and an ...
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