Monthly Archives: February 2014

Rob’s Guide to Writing Good Aspects

I don’t know if I’ll get around to running a FATE game any time soon, but I like this Guide to Writing Good Aspects. Good aspects: 1) Grant permission 2) Make you awesome doing some things 3) Hinder you in … Continue reading

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The very hungry rust monster

The very hungry rust monster is cute little comic. Of course the one time I sent a rust monster after someone’s sword it turned out to be a crystalline sword. Dang sword. It is now a sword of legend in … Continue reading

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Bashing Barl

The party headed deeper into the cave and decided to follow the clanging sound first. They found a number of ogres making huge weapons. Despite their numbers the ogres weren’t much of a threat. Next they spied three hideous creature … Continue reading

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d12: Lamenting The Death of Dungeoneering

I hadn’t thought of this before. I think this is why my attempt to run Tomb of Horrors in 4E wasn’t much fun. In 1st edition D&D, you knew if someone found an item hidden under the bed because they … Continue reading

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