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Making it all come alive – Encounters and Environment

Building interesting and breathtaking encounters is not something that comes natural. It takes years of practice and hundreds upon hundreds of mistakes and failures. However, there are a few handy tricks and tools you can use to make it all come alive.  One of the...

Our Friends the Machines and Other Mysteries – Tales from the Loop

Today the Free League (or Fria Ligan) released a supplement for their much acclaimed and awarded roleplaying game Tales from the Loop. The new book, Our Friends the Machines and Other Mysteries, contains both mysteries and a guide to create your own setting.  We love...

Askur Yggdrasils – an Icelandic Roleplaying game

Askur Yggdrasils is the only Icelandic roleplaying game ever published. The game, designed by the brothers Runar Thor Thorarinsson and Jon Helgi Thorarinsson, is set in the nine worlds of Norse Mythology. Askur was published in 1994. Iceland is probably not the first...

Breaking the chain – Race and Class in D&D

There’s a correlation between race and class in D&D and has been for years. Many players let their choice of race determine their choice of class or vice-versa. Is this correlation a bane or a blessing? If you’re playing D&D 5E there’s more than small chance that at...

Campaign Post Mortem: Sleep of Innocence Part V

    So it has come to this. The fifth and final chapter of the campaign post mortem is now a reality. It´s been a wild ride and I thank each and every one of you who stayed with me to the end of this story. The trip down memory lane has been at times hard but...
The Dreaded Rules Lawyer

The Dreaded Rules Lawyer

In every group there’s at least one person who has read the rule books through and through. In most groups these persons are the game masters. Then there are those who’ve read the books and have all the requirements for the prestige class Dreaded Rules Lawyer. If...

Breaking the chain – Race and Class in D&D

Breaking the chain – Race and Class in D&D

There’s a correlation between race and class in D&D and has been for years. Many players let their choice of race determine their choice of class or vice-versa. Is this correlation a bane or a blessing? If you’re playing D&D 5E there’s more than small chance that at...

Where have all the good rpg stores gone?

Where have all the good rpg stores gone?

Publishing and distribution of RPG material has become a whole lot easier in the recent years, especially because of the Internet. Though this is in many ways great for roleplayers, it has some downsides. Where have all the good rpg stores gone? When I was growing up...

How can we lose track of ourselves

How can we lose track of ourselves

Multiclassing gone wrong. You have met Felix the Fighter, Paul the Paladin and Barry the Barbarian. You have even fought side by side with Sicero the Sorcerer, battled countless monsters with Cory the Cleric. Perhaps you have all done this together. The team,...

Be the best player version of yourself!

Be the best player version of yourself!

Do you need to score some points with the Game Master? Do you want to make sure that every person around the gaming table will never forget playing with you? Do you want to make a great and lasting impression with your group? Roleplaying is a great hobby but what...

Death – it’s not the end

Death – it’s not the end

It had taken months, but finally the moment had come. Risanda, Tolath and Orlay had tracked down Nergülat, the death mage of Zavvura. Finally they could catch him or, if necessary, kill him. Finally he would answer for his crimes. For all the kidnappings, the...

Coriolis – The Third Horizon

Coriolis – The Third Horizon

Coriolis - The Third Horizon is a science-fiction RPG from the Swedish publisher Fria Ligan or Free League. Coriolis brings together the atmosphere of the Arabian fables One Thousand and One Night and space-operas, like Star Wars. Coriolis uses the same game system as...

Ravenloft – Gothic Horror D&D setting

Ravenloft – Gothic Horror D&D setting

Ravenloft is one of the most popular D&D setting, which owes it popularity to the 1st Ed. AD&D module Ravenloft. Written by Tracy and Laura Hickman and published in 1983, Ravenloft was expanded and launched as a full-fledged campaign setting in 1990.  For a long time...

Starfinder: First Glance – Ready for Action

Starfinder: First Glance – Ready for Action

Alright, you've made your character, with all of his or her abilities, skills and a feat or two. It's time to get some stuff and get into the action. Until now, the process has been very familiar. Here is where you start to really feel and see the differences. The...

Dragonlance Classics

Dragonlance Classics

Dragonlance Classics, or the DL module series, is among the most successful modules ever published for D&D, still not many lists of the best modules ever published for D&D include any of them. Written by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis, the series were epic in scale...

Free Achtung! Cthulhu audio Adventure

Free Achtung! Cthulhu audio Adventure

Now you can get the first episode of the forthcoming Achtung! Cthulhu Audio Adventure series for free! Acthung! Cthulhu is a campaign setting set during World War II in Lovecraft's Mythos filled universe, published by UK based Modiphius Entertainment. As the globe is...

Hot off the press – Trudvang Chronicles

Hot off the press – Trudvang Chronicles

Trudvang Chronicles, the most anticipated RPG of 2017, is hot off the press. Many roleplayers wait eagerly for this new and exciting fantasy roleplaying game. But what has RiotMinds, publishers of Trudvang Chronicles, more in store for Trudvang fans? Here's what...

Degenesis: The Rebirth

Degenesis: The Rebirth

Degenesis: The Rebirth is a german roleplaying game, published by Sixmorevodka, that takes place a on planet Earth a few centuries in the future. Earth was hit by meteors by the end of the 21. Century and those that survived needed to find new means to survive, as the...

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