Arduin Grimoire, Part VI

February 28, 2015 from LizardGames
Filed under: dungeons & dragons, Old School, Review, roleplaying, RPG, RPG Hub 
Arduin Grimoire, Part VI Classes Like Magic Items And Monsters, You Can Never Have Too Many, Right? (Note That I Didn’t Make Some Kind Of ‘You Got No Class’ Joke. Clearly, I’m Aiming Higher Now.) [...]
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Doomshrooms, Pig Iron and Bat People

February 28, 2015 from 6d6Fireball
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With infinite diversity come infinite combinations.  Quantum physics tells that a numberless amount of parallel universe could exist, each with their own quirk of fate.  Life on these worlds was the subject of [...]
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Another Star Lost, Leonard Nimoy dead at 83

February 27, 2015 from Sea of Stars
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Sad news for the community, Leonard Nimoy has died at the age of 83 (NY Times obit here).  He played my favorite character in the original Star Trek and many other fine characters as well.  I managed to see him[...]
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Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge: February Reviews

February 27, 2015 from The Other Side
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Here are the reviews for February for the Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge. First up this month is a continuation of last month. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets I am REALLY enjoying rereading all of t[...]
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Player Character Fame

February 27, 2015 from 6d6Fireball
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  How famous are your player characters? In 6d6 Hellenic, the player’s characters are the champions of the gods. With no more than fifty such champions going about doing the work of the Olympic gods, it is unc[...]
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