The Pentagon Of Encounter Design

There are five attributes to any encounter that define it, and any one of them can be the foundation of that encounter. In the old days of D&D, it used to be that there was relatively limited flexibility. You chose a[...]
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Titles, Ranks, and the Organization of Everything

January 15, 2017 from Board Enterprises
Filed under: Advice/Tools, Other Systems, RPG Hub 
You may have seen recently how one of our readers challenged us to write about “titles, ranks, and the organization of everything”.  Why? because it is hugely difficult to understand the noble progressio[...]
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Space 1889: End of a campaign

January 15, 2017 from JP on Gaming
Filed under: Campaigns, RPG Hub, Savage Worlds 
Back in the day, I bought a book called "Space 1889". At the time, I knew nothing of Steampunk or John Carter. The cover intrigued me so I picked it up and read it. It was so interesting and opened a new genre for me, on[...]
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A Sneak Peak Into My “Gaming Projects” Notebook

January 15, 2017 from The Savage Afterworld
Filed under: Mutant Future, RPG Hub 
Many of you who know me or have hung out with me have no doubt seen me toting around my little black notebook (pictured here). I have carried this notebook -- or one like it -- for years. I have it with me at work, at ev[...]
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The Demon Stones

January 14, 2017 from Reviews From R'lyeh
Filed under: RPG Hub, Swords and Wizardry 
Originally published in 2015 for use with Paizo Publishing’s Pathfinder Roleplaying Game—the descendant of Dungeons & Dragons, Edition 3.5—in June, 2016, the adventure The Demon Stones – A med[...]
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The Demon Stones

January 14, 2017 from Reviews From R'lyeh
Filed under: RPG Hub, Swords and Wizardry 
Originally published in 2015 for use with Paizo Publishing’s Pathfinder Roleplaying Game—the descendant of Dungeons & Dragons, Edition 3.5—in June, 2016, the adventure The Demon Stones – A med[...]
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Some Ramblings on the OSR, RIFTS, and more

January 14, 2017 from Stargazer's World
Filed under: Legacy D&D, Other Systems, Rifts, RPG, RPG Hub, Traveller 
00A couple of years back the OSR was a mystery to me. For me it was strange that people put so much work and effort into reviving such an old game as the original editions of D&D. Back then I was burned out on all th[...]
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