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Classic D&D Cache: Brother-in-Law Gets House, I Get “Junk”

Recently, my brother-in-law moved into a new house. The owner told him to just throw out some old boxes of junk left there. My brother-in-law spotted books and papers that said D&D. Would I want to look through it before they throw it out? Yes. Yes, I would. The “junk” turned out be an awesome, classic Dungeons & Dragons hoard. Here’s a …

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Best RPG Blog – Dicegeeks.com Nominated for ENnie Award

Best RPG Blog Dicegeeks.com has been nominated for an ENnie Award in the Best Blog category. I am completely blown away. It is such an amazing honor to be nominated. Seeing my site listed with other incredible RPG blogs is a dream come true. 2017 ENnie Nominees Check out all the 2017 nominees here. Voting starts on July 11th and …

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Realms of Understreet – First Impressions

How I discovered RoU I started following Dice Geeks on Twitter some time ago for the tweets, blog posts, and RPG content. Dice Geeks is a great content provider, so when I saw the tweet about Realms of Understreet with that magical rat floating on the cover I knew I had to check it out. The setting intrigued me; it …

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Gaming Group Plays Realms of Understreet

I could not be happier that a gaming group is playing Realms of Understreet. Below are awesome pictures of the miniatures they have created. The artist is @dawnrucker3 and the gaming group is organized by @Crypt_Monkey.

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I Discovered My Childhood D&D Characters

Some crazy things went on in the early 1980’s. Not least of which was my introduction to role-playing games. D&D changed everything. My already over-active imagination found a vehicle which propelled me through realms indescribable. Finding My Old D&D Characters When cleaning out my childhood home after my father passed away, I made a discovery. Tucked away in a magazine …

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D&D Encounters – 1D20 Random Tables

D&D 5e Encounter Ideas Random D&D encounters can be the life’s blood of the game. That’s why I love random tables. Not only do random encounter tables cut down GM prep, they provide a variety of situations that game masters may not have thought of at all. Below are some 1D20 tables that provide game masters with options when their …

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Tabletop RPG Blogs: A List of 123 Awesome Blogs

Incredible things are happening on tabletop RPG blogs these days. Diverse opinions, gamemaster tips, homebrew rules, maps, and amazing artwork are all just a few clicks away. It shouldn’t be surprising that a hobby so passionately enjoyed has produced a ton of high-quality blogs. I’ve collected a list here of some gems. Tabletop RPG Blog List My Top Five RPG …

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RPG Players Should Be Descriptive, But When?

Make Character Actions Descriptive “Umm… Since I can’t do anything else, I guess, I attack him.” Rolls dice. “Umm… A fourteen, that’s a hit.” Ok, so we’ve all done this. I’m an offender as well. But, when written this way, it’s plain for everyone to see. If you are not being descriptive when declaring your character’s actions, the game will …

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RPG Players: You Should Be a Jerk

by Andrew Nagy As far as I’m concerned, the cardinal rule of roleplaying, as well as most of life, is “Don’t be a jerk.” Tabletop RPG is a hobby, and as such the highest goal is always to just have fun. People who are jerks (whether it’s the GM or a player) tend to ruin that for everyone, including themselves. …

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The Tree of Life Motif in Tabletop RPGs

The tree of life concept has fascinated mankind for millenniums. Only a quick survey of mythology and folklore reveals an array of diverse cultures with similar stories. In fact, the idea of life being connected and spreading out like a giant tree, is nearly universal. The motif of the tree of life can be used in your tabletop RPG campaigns …

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Fantasy Warehouse – 1D100 Random Table

A Simple RPG Random Search Table Click the image to download the free PDF. A random 1D100 list of items that could be found in a warehouse. Your player want ot search that warehouse? No problem. This table will help you fill in details quickly. Download the FREE PDF here: Fantasy Warehouse 1D100. 1. Empty cages (1d8) 2. Kegs of …

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Realms of Understreet – 5e Campaign Setting

Fantasy Kingdoms of Rats Living and Warring beneath Manhattan Tooth and Claw – Sword and Scabbard – Magic and Myth – These are not your average rats. What people said about the introductory PDF: “Just genius. I don’t think I could ever express just how amazing this is. I would give this a 20 out of 5 [stars] if I …

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Terra/Sol Games – Mike Cross Interview

Twilight Sector Campaign Setting and More Mike Cross from Terra/Sol Games was gracious enough to answer a few questions. We learn more about Twilight Sector and other upcoming projects. How were you introduced to role-playing games? Well I actually got started pretty close to the beginning of the hobby in 1978 and it was in a round about way. I …

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Fantasy Rumors & Odd Jobs – 1D100 RPG Table

Roll on the Random Table Click the image to download the free PDF If your adventuring party reaches a town or city, this 1D100 random table of rumors and odd jobs provides exciting opportunities for adventure. Never get caught at a dead end. Give your players tons of avenues to explore. Download the free PDF here: Fantasy Rumors and Odd …

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Items in a Cottage 1D100 RPG List

Simple 1D100 List for RPGs A friend in my gaming group created a 1D100 list for items that may be found in a cottage. Download the free PDF here: Items in a Cottage 1D100 Click the image to download the free PDF 1. Rodent droppings 2. Mushrooms (1D6) 3. Deer pelt 4. Broken longbow 5. Boiling soup 6. Freshly picked …