From the minds of the RPG community to your games!
In 2009, a pair of RPG bloggers along with a few friends got together to make a crazy idea into a reality: making an online contest about creating system-neutral dungeons that could fit on only one page. Out of the 112 entries received, the 3 grand winners and 18 of the contest's best entries were brought together into this incredible... [click here for more]
Now, the Masters of GM-fu present their secrets of Session Preparation!
Successful session planning requires inspiration and execution. We will help with both! Learn how to foster ideas, mine tropes from TV and movies, and tailor content to your players with this workbook from the GenCon 2008 workshop. We will also explain how to take those concepts and compose your session notes by creating... [click here for more]
Charon’s Wallis a spaceport which has seen better days. Built at the bottom of a high cliff, it is gray and shadowed, with outdated facilities and equipment. However, it has one major benefit – it’s cheap. Frequented by spacers who are down on their luck, as well as outright criminals, it is also visited by those who find its location convenient – and those who... [click here for more]
Now, Help for the Harried Star Master! DESTINATIONS: Spaceport Black Orchard by Martin RalyaBlack Orchardis in business to shift cargo and lots of it. The port provides amenities for visitors and passengers alike, but its primary bread and butter is heavy cargo. This Destination is a fully described spaceport providing a location for refueling, diagnosis... [click here for more]
Tired of Japanese character names that sound like cars or food? Does your samurai character cry out for a name worthy of his expected honorable death? Generate Japanese names for persons and places on the fly! Use the Deck O' Names - Japanese to create authentic Japanese names. This set of 100 print-and-cut cards takes segments of authentic Japanese names and mixes them to provide... [click here for more]
Do your players suddenly have the urge to Go Where No One Has Gone Before? Not sure what they're going to find there? Let Tabletop Adventures provide you with some Destinations! The characters might need to visit the space-borne Repair Station 7-Osiris - or they might be called there to investigate when someone reports it derelict. Three different planetary spaceports could... [click here for more]