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Christopher Stogdill (Frugal GM)
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A smart man learns from his mistakes, but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others (Christopher Stogdill 2009)
A smart man learns from his mistakes, but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others (Christopher Stogdill 2009)

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I needed a wash and while I had the raw materials I couldn't remember how to use them......took me about 10-15' just to re-find this info, so I had to post it as a Free GM Resource. Now I won't have the same problem in the future....

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A nice little PWYW/Freebie quickstart condensed ruleset for Swords & Wizardry.

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This week I found another cool YouTube channel that really hasn't been seen that much. The guy has some cool builds and a lot of the videos are small clips where he just highlights the basics needed to recreate what he's trying to do.

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I have a way-too-early day tomorrow so here is a day early Free GM Resource post.

This is a quick village map generator that you can easily tweak to get a cool isometric(ish) village map with everything you need....

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If you have a 3D printer you can use DesktopHero to design your own tabletop miniatures for PCs and NPCs.

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Fat Dragon Games is celebrating both their 13th Anniversary and GM's Day with a sale (DTRPG) and some freebies.....if you're signed up for their newsletter (which you should be).

Links in the post.

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A great Free GM Resource is the Dragondex, which indexes all 329(?) issues of Dragon Magazine, as well as the earlier Strategic Review, and some annuals.

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A great (and free!) GM resource if you have more than a couple copies of Dragon Magazine.

I have at least a couple hundred issues and trying to find a particular article is an exercise in futility....or at least was.

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An interesting Kickstarter in that the pledge level is $1, no more, no less....
I do not even know if Cheaper is possible.

1$ for the PnP and those lads seem really really nice.

This way please gents!
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