#RPGaDay Infographics

July 22, 2017 from Casting Shadows
Filed under: RPG Hub 
For those who wish to prepare some posts in advance for August, here are the questions for #RPGaDay 2017. They are also available on our Facebook page at this link.  >>Click Me<< Enjoy! Standard High Con[...]
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5 Reasons to Visit the Bright Desert

July 21, 2017 from Greyhawkery
Filed under: RPG Hub 
Welcome again Greyhawkers. Today I continue my article series, "5 Reasons to Visit..." If you haven't read my seven previous installments, check this link to the Best of Greyhawkery and peruse those and many more good po[...]
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Traps, Mummies, Scarabs, & Tattered Undergarments

July 21, 2017 from DM Samuels RPG Musings
Filed under: podcast, Reviews, RPG, RPG Hub 
I am planning my next 5th edition D&D game to be a desert-themed campaign with pyramids, tombs, mummies, etc. and have been reading Egyptian and desert themed products to prepare my campaign. I’ve nev[...]
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Christmas in July sale!

July 21, 2017 from Greyhawk Grognard
Filed under: AD&D, Legacy D&D, RPG, RPG Hub 
OneBookShelf is running its annual "Christmas in July" sale, and naturally BRW Games is participating. That means you can get everything in the BRW catalog at deep discounts:Click here to see the whole kit and kaboodle.W[...]
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Adventures with Venger As’Nas Satanis

July 21, 2017 from The Other Side
Filed under: Old School, Reviews, RPG Hub 
Somewhere in the depths of Hell...or the Midwest, hard to tell these days, +Venger Satanis is plugging away putting out material for his own style of Old School gaming.  I thought it might be fun to check [...]
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Vaults of Vyzor session 9

July 21, 2017 from Jeff's Gameblog
Filed under: RPG Hub 
Dale the ValetRosterBrutal Pete, dwarf (Aleksandr Revzin)Young John (0-level hireling)Jarrod, LotFP magic-user (Ian Reilly)Sigismund von Flegelschnecke, gnome fighter/illusionist (Alexei McDonald)Gary Oldman Badger (pet [...]
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The Appendix N Podcast – Episode 44 – Mazirian the Magician by Jack Vance

July 21, 2017 from The Tome Show
Filed under: podcast, RPG Hub 
The Appendix N Podcast - Episode 44 - Mazirian the Magician by Jack Vance   How many spells can you prepare in one day? Discover the reason spell-casters in Dungeons & Dragons work differently from spell-casters[...]
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Valerian

July 21, 2017 from From the Sorcerer's Skull
Filed under: Inspiration, RPG, RPG Hub 
Luc Besson's new film Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets is based on the French comic book series Valérian et Laureline by by writer Pierre Christin and artist Jean-Claude Mézières[...]
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[Terrain Thursday] Tents

July 20, 2017 from JP on Gaming
Filed under: RPG Hub 
These rocks/ tents/ troglodyte homes were made originally for Lexicon. I used paper maché and pieces of a drink carrier from a fast food place. [...]
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The Black Company is Excellent Military Fantasy

July 20, 2017 from Cinerati
Filed under: RPG Hub 
The Black Company by Glen Cook My rating: 4 of 5 stars Glen Cook's first entry in the Black Company series is an interesting combination of originality and trope that bridges the gap between epic fantasy and sword a[...]
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Orcs as the Fallen

July 20, 2017 from Superhero Necromancer
Filed under: RPG Hub 
Another take on orcs as a playable race for ACKS. This orc thing keeps popping up around here in various forms, somehow. This time, it's a take on noisms's Tolkien's Drow, the Bizarro Orc, and Corrupt Elfdom. This isn't [...]
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I’m calling it the Evans Method

July 20, 2017 from Jeff's Gameblog
Filed under: RPG Hub 
So check out these sweet maps:(click to embiggen)These babies appeared in various D&D kiddie products.  The one on the left appears in my D&D cartoon boxed set.  I think they are pretty rad.  A bun[...]
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Thoughts on Literary RPG Stories – Part 2

July 20, 2017 from Elthos RPG
Filed under: RPG Hub 
In response to a comment made on my original blog entry on this topic, I want to present my thoughts on Railroading. It seems that I didn't cover this point originally, though I really should have. The comment was as [...]
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Out of Mothballs

July 20, 2017 from Barking Alien
Filed under: RPG, RPG Hub 
The door to the Barking Alien blog bridge, control room, and coffee bar lounge opens only part way with a slow, deliberate hiss. Adam and Barkley stand at the doorway tentatively, each pulling out a small flashlight and [...]
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#RPGaDay 2017 is on its way!

July 20, 2017 from Casting Shadows
Filed under: RPG Hub 
Autocratik‘s #RPGaDay will return for a fourth run of positivity and celebration of the roleplaying game hobby starting on Tuesday, August 1 and ending on Thursday, August 31. This has been an impressive year in RP[...]
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This Old Dragon: Issue #160

July 20, 2017 from The Other Side
Filed under: RPG Hub 
August of 1990 was my Senior year in college. I moved into an apartment in a very notorious neighborhood of my college town.  I was helping my roommate (one of four guys living in this place) put together this [...]
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Breaking Vegas: Godbound, OSR & Scion

July 20, 2017 from Age of Ravens
Filed under: RPG Hub 
GODS & MONSTERSI’ve always dug Scion’spremise—modern day children of gods fighting corruption and monsters. It has signature magic items, fate-binding, and cool powers that ramp that up. But I&rsquo[...]
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Countering The Rise Of Third-Person Roleplaying

July 20, 2017 from Campaign Mastery
Filed under: DM Advice, pathfinder, Play, Player Advice, RPG Hub 
This is a somewhat unusual article for Campaign Mastery in that it is pitched as much, or even more strongly, at players than at GMs… While planning the next adventure in the Adventurer’s Club campaign yeste[...]
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Qalidar Qritter Qatalog

July 20, 2017 from Willfully and Persistently
Filed under: RPG Hub 
The Qalidar Qritter Qatalog has been released. It'll be in stores in a few months, but you can get it on DriveThru and Amazon now.Anyway, once upon a time, there was the 2013 Pre-Release Edition of Qalidar: Resistance. I[...]
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The Innsmouth Project

July 20, 2017 from Reviews From R'lyeh
Filed under: RPG Hub 
In terms of Lovecraftian investigative horror, salt-sodden Innsmouth is an outlier, a place where the Mythos walks wild, its true batrachian nature hidden behind a  veneer of pretense to human civilisation. So of al[...]
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Review: Tales From The Loop

July 20, 2017 from Stargazer's World
Filed under: Other Systems, Reviews & First Looks, RPG, RPG Hub 
00I don’t remember when I first learned about Simon Stålenhag‘s work. It might have been the article from The Verge in 2013, or a random blog post I stumbled upon while aimlessly surfing the web. What I[...]
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5e Sheets Update

July 19, 2017 from A Character for Every Game
Filed under: dungeons & dragons, RPG, RPG Hub 
Thanks to the awesome Jacob W. Noorman (of Mini Terrain Domain), we’ve added form-fillable versions of all the sheets in …Continue reading →[...]
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EttinCon Mega-Map (Part 3)

July 19, 2017 from Observations of the Fox
Filed under: RPG Hub 
With the sketch and the canvas taped up to the window, I can trace the basic shape and maintain the generalities of the form. The specific details of the map sketch certainly don't match the intended scale, so thankfully[...]
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From a Gaming Perspective the MY LITTLE PONY MOVIE Adds a Lot of Material

July 19, 2017 from Cinerati
Filed under: RPG Hub, Savage Worlds 
The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic franchise is moving from the small screen to the big screen on October 6th and as a gamer dad I could not be more excited. A quick glimpse at the new film poster the production [...]
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From a Gaming Perspective the MY LITTLE PONY MOVIE Adds a Lot of Material

July 19, 2017 from Cinerati
Filed under: RPG Hub, Savage Worlds 
The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic franchise is moving from the small screen to the big screen on October 6th and as a gamer dad I could not be more excited. A quick glimpse at the new film poster the production [...]
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quick Vyzor update

July 19, 2017 from Jeff's Gameblog
Filed under: RPG Hub 
The dotted line represents the unknown depth the last expedition descended via elevator.[...]
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