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Freeform Roleplaying

July 11, 2011


Wow. It’s been a long time since I’ve last posted. This is mainly due to the fact that my internet at home is out, and I didn’t really feel like typing a post on a cell phone. Once I realized I could use the computers at the library to post, it was just pure laziness. […]

Thwacking Gnomes: My first time GMing

March 9, 2011


Recently me and my brothers had talked about starting our own role-playing campaign, with myself as the GM. This was weeks ago, and only now did we start playing. There were a few setbacks. The first was deciding on a system. My brother had only had experience with Dungeons & Dragons, but I decided against […]

Rissheet – Risus in 1-page

February 27, 2011


I’m setting up a game of Risus: The Anything RPG (myself being the GM), and although I know a lot of the rules by heart, it thought it would be nice to have a Risus “cheat sheet”, since I didn’t want to print out the whole rulebook but I’m getting that “running a system for […]

TD&TD – An Update

February 24, 2011


To any who read and liked the RPG I posted yesterday (look at me, thinking people actually read this blog), you will be happy to know I am working on a fuller description of the rules. It will include rules for equipment, some clarifications and exceptions, a mini-bestiary, a neato “Mark” system (you’ll see), the […]

The Dead and The Darkened – My 1-hour RPG

February 23, 2011


Today I was reading a discussion page here in which the thread starter challenged others on the site to create an entire RPG in 365 seconds (about six minutes). Despite this ridiculous time frame, several people commented with rules for complete, working RPGs, some of which I would actually consider playing. “Ha!” I said to […]