Justin Stewart has released a D10 Fighter Advancement Table for LotFP on his blog . I like the idea of giving a fighter a bit more options than just „+1 to attack“, although this already is a mighty and powerful benefit. Over time, the fighter turns into a character that is unimpressed by most “medium” armor and turns foes that are “untouchable” due to a high AC to something “manageable” (reads: bloody chunks).
Here is my take on such a table. I am hereby guilty of being a copy-cat, as I only work on Justin´s idea. But as he in turn states that his work was inspired by this random advancement system I guess he is not going to ask his personal murder-fairy to serve my head on a plate to him *note to myself: develope a personal murder-fairy and grow over-sized flytraps… *
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“Wir werden (…) in die Opposition gehen”
(nicht so lange her. Zitat von einem Mann der mir durch die Aussage kurzfristig wieder etwas sympathischer wurde)
“Bätschi, sage ich dazu nur!”
(auch nicht so lange her. Zitat von einer Frau die mir vorher kaum aufgefallen war)
“Wer hat uns verraten…?”
(SEHR, sehr lange her, ein Zitat das mit etwas Pech bald viele Freunde finden könnte. In der ungekürzten Fassung.)
I just initiated a flashsale on drivethrurpg.com:
Gregorius21778: Looks&Details of post-apocalyptic Marauders will be on sale for $0.30 till 21st of January 2018. Well, for those who use this link, anway: I created this offer for those who read my drivethrurpg.com newsletter (which I send monthly) and those who read my blog.
Looks & Details of post-apocalyptic was my very first title, the one I started out with in 2016.
A good friend of mine had introduced me to the concept of using playlists with selected tracks to enhance the atmosphere of an RPG. I can only recomment it, and would like to share with you a good (and affordable) non-RPG-industry resource for it: the Darkest Dungeon Soundtrack (from the computer game of the same name).
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Hi everyone! Just wanted to let you know that Plate Mail Games is offering a small collection of their titles as free bundle over there at drivethrurpg.com. Of course I could not resist and grabbed the package. As my followers already know, I like to use rpg tracks to enhance my sessions, and I mentioned PMG already. So, what does this bundle has to offer…?
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In December 2017 Miska Fredman released a map on his blog he named The Dwarven Rivergate. A rivergate is basically a small fortress (or large tower) in the middle of large bridge. Manned by a few men-at-arms, it is a good way to keep undesirables out (or to at least hinder their traveling), to raise a toll or to guard a segment of a wide river. But what about an abadoned rivergate? In Miska´s example, it became the encampment of a band of orks and goblins that raid the surroundings. I want to provide you with six further ideas for encounters at a rivergate [OSR-fantasy-style]
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