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Jimmy A. (Superhorse)
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Hitting Things in Dungeons
Hitting Things in Dungeons

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I'm a document designer and technical editor, and I'll do house rules and small rulesets for free!

A little bit of background: I've been designing and editing marketing materials and user guides for military defense contractors for two years. Now I want to build a portfolio for tabletop roleplaying, which is my passion. But I'm not going to expect anyone to pay for my work without first proving that I'm worth it.

If you're interested, hit me up! It's free. Take advantage of my expertise to make your ruleset easy to navigate and a pleasure to read. The Black Hack is a system I'm super passionate about (keep an eye out for Trackmarks, due sometime next year), and I'm excited to contribute in the only way I know best.

For more info, visit me at kinksandcrits.com!

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This is EXACTLY what I needed!
I've been back to work on my DunGen point crawl dungeon generator/editor the last few days.

New features: a general notes field that saves with the dungeon graph and key, better display and navigation on mobile, full editing on mobile, and a basic import/export feature so you can move a dungeon from computer to tablet or share it with a friend.
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Want alignment to mean something more in your games?
Need a social conflict (debate, argument, persuade, convince) mechanic?
Judges Guild solved this in 1977.

Negotiation Rules (2d6) from JG0020 Initial Guidelines Booklet K (1977)
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Hay! I had a question when it came to publishing modules that use some of the mechanics found in DCC.

I've been working on a setting for 8 years now, and although it's not totally Appendix N faithful (think more Fantasy Noir), there's a lot in DCC that really drives the playstyle I want it to have.

My question is, what DCC mechanics are covered under OGL? And what's the deal with the "Compatible with DCC License?" I'm just a stranger to how DCC and the OGL interact.

Thank you! 🐎

I'm working on publishing an RPG setting, but I'm having a hard time picking a ruleset because 1) I've yet to find a suitable system I can license, and 2) I don't want to lock my setting to a system. Problem is, I have a perception that system-agnostic settings are hard to sell.

MY QUESTION: Would you buy a system-agnostic setting for use in your game? What would you expect from such a setting?

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HUH WHAT
Hey everyone,

We've updated the Torchbearer PDF in the Burning Store, DriveThruRPG and Bits & Mortar to bring the PDF up-to-date with the second printing of Torchbearer. Details in the link below!
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I'm considering publishing my setting using landscape book dimensions (approaching coffee table book size). A couple of reasons for this are:

- Since it's not as tall, you can save some space on the table, and easily fit it behind the screen
- You can access a lot more information in a single spread, since these books tend to be much longer.
- The book actually lays flat FOR ONCE

What do you think? What are some other cool things you can do with the dimensions of tabletop supplements?

I'm considering publishing my setting for D&D 5th edition using landscape book dimensions (approaching coffee table book size). A couple of reasons for this are:

- Since it's not as tall, you can save some space on the table, and easily fit it behind the screen
- You can access a lot more information in a single spread, since these books tend to be much longer.
- The book actually lays flat FOR ONCE

What do you think? What are some other cool things you can do with the dimensions of tabletop supplements?
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