(as taken from the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth game module by Gary Gygax. I have added the chest with items donated by the March of Bissel as well as the wagon and two horses and the barrels with two weeks feed for the horses.)
Your party has been gathered by agents of the Margrave of the March of Bissel. He tells you that there are "political considerations," which he does not explain, that prevent him from searching for Iggwilv's trove himself. However, it is vital
Updated 03-08-2012 at 12:07 PM by cplmac
I've considered starting a blog for some time, but with more than a little trepidation as I constantly question the topics of which I could see myself having enough expertise or interest in that I could write consistently about. So, as an introduction I will post my first entry concerning a topic I have no doubt of my experience on - my own past as a gamer.
My sordid affair with roleplaying games began rather innocently as a young child, around five years
Updated 03-04-2012 at 04:45 AM by Talmek
I will say it once.
There exists gamers out there who are misogynist pigs. They are horrible people, and I am sorry for anyone (male or female) who has been off-put by their behavior.
That said, using those bad examples of breeding to judge the rest of us males isn't exactly endearing. I have run campaigns with female players, played in campaigns with female players, and I'm pretty sure I could roleplay a female character without her being a cardboard cut-out, or a sex
I am about to start a new D&D 4e campaign with my group, and the characters will be starting at level 7. Now as both a DM and a Player I have made some observations and would like to throw it out there to see what other people think. This is the first mod or house rule I am looking to make to my campaign. I have noticed that every player regardless of race/class always takes two feats within the first 10 levels of their character, sometimes as early as the first 4. Every character takes Weapon/
I've been noticing more and more that gamers tend to focus on one game, and one game only. They may be a fan of literature or movies that span several genres (Fantasy, SciFi, Cyberpunk, Post Apocalypse, etc) but will only play one genre. And sometimes these players will go so far as to dismiss, or express disgust over, the other genres in context of gaming. Players and GMs alike find themselves frustrated when confronted with a gamer like this, and find themselves equally at a loss in finding a
Updated 05-29-2012 at 07:50 AM by Dalkiel