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Adventure Design in Practice

Adventure Design in Practice


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]
ThinkDifferent  $0.90

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Deadly Missions 4th Edition: Technowars Assault

Deadly Missions 4th Edition: Technowars Assault


DEADLY MISSIONS: Technowars Assault is our first scenario set for the TECHNOWARS expansion of DEADLY MISSIONS: Deadly Missions 4th Edition. This set features high quality hand-drawn figures with front and rear artwork. This set also includes data cards for use in DEADLY MISSIONS games, as well as these top-down computer rendered...   [click here for more]
Grey Matter Games  $7.99 $5.00

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Alterkine: Figure Flats - The Ones We Were

Alterkine: Figure Flats - The Ones We Were


Alterkine presents 31 Figure Flats usable for any modern campaign. Inside entails flats made for the upcoming Alterkine: The Ones We Were module. Includes: Trooper Mystic Scav Brog Borcupine Scaxtion Servitor and several more in both bi-fold and tri-fold format. All able to be re-arranged and renamed anyway you want. ...   [click here for more]
HermaDolph  $2.50 $1.75

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Universal Character Template

Universal Character Template


Back in the old day, role playing systems suggested to describe a character using eye color, hair color, personality etc. I remember myself rolling for height and weight of a character with very little purpose to the actual gameplay. Later came systems like FATE, Dungeon World and Hillfolk that introduced traits, bonds and character relationships as core mechanics of the game. I'm a big admirer...   [click here for more]
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