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Mike Overbo

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This belongs here in more ways than one.
http://juliedillon.deviantart.com/art/March-of-the-Modrons-51763324 Im not so in love with the cute mechanical minion type modrons but Julie does it so well i like it anyway Fragments from the Modronomicon the book of law I ...
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Savage Mojo

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Our latest Plane Hopping adventure, which Planewalker's own manager Loki was team lead on, just got a rave review from Endzeitgeist! 

Check it out! 
 
One of the top Pathfinder reviewers, +Endzeitgeist Sigurðr , just gave us Five Stars and his coveted Seal of Approval! 

Cheers! 
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Loki in New Orleans
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Check it, Berk! 
Mike Schley originally shared to Gaming Maps:
 
A #DnD #RPG  battle map showing Githyanki pirate ships locked in desperate battle? Yeah, we've got that now. Check it out and download the DM & player versions here - http://mikeschley.zenfolio.com/p68123451/h486ec677#h486ec677

#fantasy   #maps  
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Tim Bannock

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Using REIGN's Company rules in D&D, with special attention on Sigil's Factions and the Blood War!
Reign. Layering Rules from Other Roleplaying Games is a little past-time of mine with regards to Dungeons & Dragons, because it's often easier to get people to play the big-boy on the block and take all those other books I've been buying over the years and pull out the best parts.
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Peter Smits

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Recently wrapped up my Planescape campaign. Brief talk of that and ending campaigns in general.
Planeatary Express recently wrapped up. The campaign lasted approximately one and a half years in real time, however we only met rarely for the last 6 months. The campaign had an episodic delivery service structure, where the...
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Hello all you Dungeons and Dragons fans! We at Gores Games are keeping an old edition alive! Come play Advanced Dungeons and Dragons within the Planescape setting. Our community is made for people with jobs, kids, or just not enough time to commit to a set playing schedule. Thanks for the interest and hope to see you there.
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Hello all you Dungeons and Dragons fans! We at Gores Games are keeping an old edition alive! Come play Advanced Dungeons and Dragons within the Planescape setting. Our community is made for people with jobs, kids, or just not enough time to commit to a set playing schedule. Thanks for the interest and hope to see you there.
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James Bowman

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Thought this was neat. More Spelljammer than Planescape in here, but still an interesting compilation.
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Spelljammer is the default array for the Prime Material in Planescape. That goes back to the original boxed set where they talk about crystal spheres and the phlogiston. 
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These are official so they should all be good. 
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Who are we? Planewalker is the official fansite for the Planescape setting produced originally by TSR, then by Wizards of the Coast. We've kept the fires of the Planes alive for over a decade now in one form or another. Take a look around the site, you'll find we have a lot of material there including: Active community forums A wiki if you need to look up information A vast collection of articles and extra material Conversions for 3.x , 4th ed and other systems. What are you waiting for? http://planewalker.com
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I'll just leave this here. 
Our last survey asked you to name which spells were proving problematic in your campaigns. We collected the responses as write-in text, rather than a checklist, so it will take some time to organize the results. We hope to have those results for you next month.
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I clicked on anything and everything related to Planescape (which, in a roundabout way, is everything).
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Tim Bannock

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Creating a 5th edition hex crawl out of Sigil, the City of Doors!
Planescape Logo. Planescape is fondly remembered by many, and the City of Doors, Sigil, remains one of its most enigmatic and memorable features. This planar metropolis was the focus of many of the published adventures and supplements during the setting's AD&D 2nd Edition run, and it has been ...
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Armin Mobasseri

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Hi everybody.

I recently became interested in Planescape, and potentially running a game of it for my friends. But I have no idea where to start; there's so much material and the setting is just overwhelming.

What kind of resources should I look at? Are there good sites that teach you about Planescape and how to run games for it and whatnot?
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Perhaps you feel like you want to run just a small adventure and see what it could be like? I have a one-page adventure for you: To Rob A Witch.
https://alexschroeder.ch/wiki/2013-11-08_Adventure_Design_Contest

If you want to start with an official adventure, all I can say is that I ran The Eternal Boundary for my players to introduce them to Planescape.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Eternal_Boundary
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Jason Pitre

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Languages in Sigil

Just curious how many people have brought out languages during play in Sigil's streets. I have been fascinated by the idea of alignment languages as a concept, and I try to include them during play to differentiate the various social communities in play.

What's your take on languages?
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My take is that everybody speaks Common. 
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Scribbles of "squad" organization in a monodrone "company" (I call squads "sectrons," wings/platoons are "flanktrons" and companies are called "marktrons"). I call squad leaders "minders." Because 2nd edition kind of botched some of the organizational issues, I use a mix of reverting to 1st Edition AD&D (Monster Manual II) in structure (and especially in not limiting communication to immediate superior/subordinate) while attempting to glean the most benefit from the 2nd Edition AD&D Planescape setting aesthetics. I've had these concepts and ideas for years and have scribbled hundreds of diagrams and drawings over that time, but never share any of it (and have thrown most of it away). So I figured I'd start getting some of these ideas out, fresh and re-rendered... Cuz everyone loves modrons, and scribbles... so MODRON SCRIBBLES! :D
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Hello all you Dungeons and Dragons fans! We at Gores Games are keeping an old edition alive! Come play Advanced Dungeons and Dragons within the Planescape setting. Our community is made for people with jobs, kids, or just not enough time to commit to a set playing schedule. Thanks for the interest and hope to see you there.
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Mages of Sigil

Witches, fortune-tellers, weirdos and cutters, who learned few tricks — Be perceptive with these folks. "Simple commoner" might pay you invaluable favor or bring you great deal of nuisance, depending on chant, you've started. 

Smugly snobs in artsy-craftsy robes — Their only problem is their boneboxes. They should open them less. Really.

Single-minded seekers of Power — Stay out of their path. Usually it leads to the closest source of troubles.
 
Barmies, armed with Art — That's kind of sods to create headache for everyone, until they join Dustmen. Try not to talk to them, unless you have a plan... a plan of retreat.

Powerful planars, especially Proxies — I weren't supposed to mention these, but if you're totally clueless, listen: they have faith, Power at their back, and enemies. Also they do have magic. No dark, that you'll want to be off, when a gutting starts. 

Seasoned planewalkers and hardened primes — Look for a good amount of magical equipment and knowledge, and you won't miss one. You have a good reason to jump into nearest portal, though, if they were prepared to "encounter" you. 
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Loki in New Orleans
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Planewalker Manager Loki (i.e. little old me) has a new book out for Pathfinder and it's a multi-planar romp that Ray Vallese has compared to Planescape itself! Check it out>>

"You guys did a great job providing a huge variety of scenes. Definitely the flavor of Planescape, or even the recursions of The Strange. And I for one would like to have my own time bathtub.
  - Ray Vallese (Planescape, Numenara, The Strange)

Palace Of The Lich Queen is now available in multiple print formats and on PDF! There is guaranteed to be one to fit your budget!

The cover may be old-school but this 217 page mega-adventure will take your Pathfinder game to Realms far beyond the usual: classic high fantasy, mythological homages, horrific demiplanes, modern-day pulp, post-apocalyptic, and much more!

Just look at what people are saying already: 

"This is one of the best third party adventures I have seen for Pathfinder." - RPG Knights

"As the final part (3) in a series of epic proportions, the Lich Queen wrap up, which started with Tomb of the Lich Queen and continued with Machine of the Lich Queen, is set to be one of the greatest dungeons ever created and can go right along side anything from the newer generation of dungeons but can find itself compared even to some of the immortal TSR classics." - Geekline415

"Take your Pathfinder game to places no game has gone before! 

(If you heard a loud and thunderous sound in the distance that's my entire team howling with glee as we unleash this upon the world.)

Palace of the Lich Queen in hard or softcover editions on +DriveThruRPG 
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+Loki in New Orleans
As Ol' Ashy would say, "Tarmy!" ;)
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For those who have converted to 5th Edition, this might useful.
Today is a special update.  I've finally finished creating my D&D 5E Player Reference Sheets.  They include a variety of commonly referenced rules including combat rules and attack action options, conditions, and other useful information.  I hope that you will find them useful! 
            Ever since D&D 3.0 I have been a huge fan of player reference sheets, a couple of sheets of paper that summarize the rules for players and game masters.   Those few sheets of paper at the table save so much time w...
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Has anyone tried playing Planescape with a leaner rules set, like Swords & Wizardry? If so, how did I it turn out?
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I did a Sigil convention scenario with the Dungeon World rules. It seemed to work.
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Loki in New Orleans
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Time for some more evil in your planar Pathfinder game!
 
A dozen and one dastardly devils on sale for just 2 bucks this week! You don't even have to sign in blood!

http://www.makeyourgamelegendary.com/featured-product/
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