Adventure Design in Practice is a structured analysis on my upcoming next adventure that will hit the gaming table with my regular group in three days from the time of writing this. It is my personal preparation work in a documented format with designer notes in a classic game master guide style.
I analyze collaborative storytelling and how it can be fused with more linear story... [click here for more]
SLINGS Whenever I have gotten a chance to play a tabletop RPG, the one thing being asked over and over again was: “Whose miniature is that one?” It didn’t matter if we were playing on a flat map or a 3D setting; the question had been asked often enough for me to give it some thought and create the character sling.
These character slings... [click here for more]
Need a fictional language for your RPG? The Darkic Language is a resource that allows GMs to throw a totally unfamiliar language at their players. Designed for use in a Cthulhu Mythos setting, the resource is flexible enough to be used in a wide range of games, including fantasy RPGs. As well as an extensive dictionary there are learned notes about the history and development of the... [click here for more]