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J.M. Perkins

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City Setting: Salt in Wounds - The bizarre, evil mega-city fed and powered by the perpetual butchery of the Tarrasque (Launched the Kickstarter on Tuesday and now we're over 350% funded and have smashed through six stretch goals!) 
A gore splattered, monster-fed, city based dark fantasy setting for your favorite Tabletop RPGs.
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Very cool! I'm reminded of the Torchwood episode "Meat'.
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Chris Tamm

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In Shadelport kobolds are popular slaves, useful for hundreds of reasons. From expendable potion testers to door openers, kobolds are working hard. Do remember while cruelty to kobolds in public is not shunned like horse beat...
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The Dragon is out! Been awhile since we published two things in one month...

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Vb Wyrde

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This series is really quite good. I'm enjoying watching them and find the subject matter is very often thought provoking in some way or another.
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John Reiher

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This week we begin our exploration of whether the Star Trek Prime Directive would work in Fringeworthy. What would it take to make it work? What are the challenges?

Download Link: http://tritacsystems.podbean.com/e/episode-345-fringeworthy-and-the-prime-directive-part-1/
This week we begin our exploration of whether the Star Trek Prime Directive would work in Fringeworthy. What would it take to make it work? What are the challenges?
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Vb Wyrde

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The Elthos Project
Well, it feels like only a few days has passed, but in fact it's been months of hard work. The Elthos Project is a vast and sprawling concept that includes not only the lovely Elthos RPG Core Rules Book (PDF), but also the Mythos Machine web application. T...
Well, it feels like only a few days has passed, but in fact it's been months of hard work. The Elthos Project is a vast and sprawling concept that includes not only the lovely Elthos RPG Core Rules Book (PDF), but also the My...
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Rick Hershey

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Fat Goblin Games is pleased to announce that our Hoarde's Hoard Bundle is now available at the Open Gaming Store! Head over there and pick up the bundle now, before we tell everyone else! https://www.opengamingstore.com/products/fat-goblin-games-mega-bundle
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Ahimsa Kerp

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In case any of you are jonesing for Pellucidar or Barsoom.
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Hold on to your butts! It's here at last!

Drive thru: http://bit.ly/2czr1tv

Lulu: http://bit.ly/2dnG2j4


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Pedro Alves

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My Mutant: Year Zero starter bundle just came in. Supposed to be the best post apocalyptic game, gonna give it a go. Starting to wander if I can play Tribe 8 with these rules
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+Martin Takaichi Im checking it out!
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James Introcaso

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Have someone special in your life you wish would play D&D? A spouse? A sibling? A significant other? A friend? A parent? Here's my tips for asking someone special to join the game! https://worldbuilderblog.me/2016/09/29/introducing-that-special-someone-to-dd/
Your spouse. Your best friend. Your significant other. Your parent. Your sibling. Your cousin. Have you ever wished someone close to you would give Dungeons and Dragons (or any tabletop RPG) a try?…
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How my players made spell components fun for me. . .
Today's post is a transition from the orc series into some more Halloween-themed posts. Given the orc clans and other terrible monsters that live there, wh...
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Stephen Hughes

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* Alyeskan Tales: Fool's Errand Part 2*

Part Two of the Alyeskan Tales: Fool's Errand series.

In the first instalment the players were commissioned by the crime boss Ferret to retrieve an item from a ghost town out in the Wulflands. Though despite finding the item in question the players will return empty handed, leaving their employer less than impressed.

http://www.utherwaldpress.com/2016/09/alyeskan-tales-fools-errand-part-2.html
Part Two of the Alyeskan Tales: Fool's Errand series. In the first instalment the players were commissioned by the crime boss Ferret to retrieve an item from a ghost town out in the Wulflands. Though despite finding the item ...
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Douglas Cole

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Honoring the impending close of the DF Kickstarter, tomorrow, for GURPSDay, I will pull the last 10-25 posts from every blog on the list. If you're not on it . . . maybe you should be!
GURPS is getting a much-needed shot in the arm thanks to the Dungeon Fantasy Kickstarter. It has met and exceeded its funding goals, and the SJG team have made it so that any purchases of GURPS products on Warehouse 23 also c...
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#HowToWednesday is here :)
Today we explore playing the Solver character in your tabletop rpg game aka want to question everything? And for our Great GM episode Guy shares some of his past gaming experiences.

Great Game Master: Reminiscing on my previous games
https://youtu.be/x3V7UEuRrVQ

Great Role Player: Playing the Solver type PC
https://youtu.be/CaYPmEZBQ5Q
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Tabletop Twats

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"We can't stop here! This is twat country!"

My entry for the +Tabletop Twats Episode 3 contest.
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Vb Wyrde

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A Little Realization About Tolkien's Mythopoeia
I've had this wonderful book, The Tolkien Reader for years and years. I bought it originally to read the utterly charming story of "Farmer Giles of Ham" and "The Adventures of Tom Bombadil". I never bothered to read "the boring stuff". What a pity! As it ...
I've had this wonderful book, The Tolkien Reader for years and years. I bought it originally to read the utterly charming story of "Farmer Giles of Ham" and "The Adventures of Tom Bombadil". I never bothered to read "the bori...
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Jacob Hurst

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+Bryce Lynch wrote such nice things about my system neutral Lapis Observatory dungeon that it sold out. I'm here to shamelessly plug that I've made more copies and dropped the price! =)

http://tenfootpole.org/ironspike/?p=3198
http://shop.swordfishislands.com/
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Brian Fitzpatrick

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So I've been working through different aspects of the new Holy Knight class for Mazes & Perils (out the first week of October 2016) over the last few posts. This one about choosing a Favored Enemy. Hopefully it offers some food for thought as you start pondering creating one of these characters. Let me know what you think!

http://www.moebiusadventures.com/choosing-a-favored-enemy/
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