Literally what the title says. Just when we were about to have the first session after summer, I got a monstrous cold (thanks, whoever gave me that 😡 ). So my players pulled out Fiasco, and then sent me this text: Of Rats and Zombies The session occurred in a laboratory, many years after the … More I was sick so my players played Fiasco
Another year, another retrospect post. It’s been a pretty rough year for me (as for many others). Not because of RPGs obviously. Mostly schoolwork has been very heavy, especially since I never really got to rest up for real since last year. Being ground down is not a pleasant experience. But well, I’m trying to … More The End of 2018
So, one player got themself vampire-d. I had to write this up so they would know what that entailed. Yay? Might be updated when I realize something was unreasonable. Edit: now also with drawing of creepy vampire
So this little questionaire seemed interesting, let’s have a go. A little late but, oh well, it’s exam period.
I’ll dump this here so I don’t forget it again. It’s about the handling of flesh-and-blood injuries in RPG’s, not the plot armor that is HP.
I will now try to reconstruct this several months old post from only the header. Yay! Basically, it’s about hybrid people (you know half-elves, orc-gnomes, giant-dwarves, etc.). Because weird stuff tends to happen when you mix two different races.
One day I had an idea: what if the optimal vampire can suck your blood straight out of your capillaries through your skin. What if you don’t even notice. A bunch of nice people, making casual skin contact and just nibbling on your blood reserves. Just a bit from each person, adding up to enough … More Osmosis Vampire
Apparently, I just made 200 posts. What a mistake, as that makes this 200-posts post the 201st post. Ah well. I assume this warrants some kind of 1d200 table? I’m not too big on tables, so probably not. At least I’m ahead of 100 posts per year, which is… good I guess?
When I was about to go to sleep last night I had a strange, and possibly pointless, idea for how one could play out magic memorization on the table… It went like this: if the player can correctly tell the GM all relevant attributes of the spell (target, range, damage, components) etc. the spell is … More A Weird Idea for Magic-User Players
The moment a soldier becomes a fighter, is when battle goes from being a job to being a calling.