Issue 33 of my Dungeons and Dragons zine, d12 Monthly, is out!
Issue 33 is the Arcanists of OSE issue. It will feature articles on surviving those low levels as a Magic-User, a new Sorcerer class, a HEAP of spells, plus an article on adjudicating illusions, and much more! (See below for details).
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In the vast world of tabletop gaming, where imagination knows no bounds and chance reigns supreme, there exists a whisper among enthusiasts – a legend that has captured the curiosity of dice collectors and adventurers alike – the Mystery Dice Sets by the enigmatic Mystery Dice Goblin.
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There are so many excellent indie table-top roleplaying games and supplements out there – ones that don’t get a lot of press or love.
That’s where this new series of posts comes in.
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In issue 32 of d12 Monthly, I created a list of goals based on the classes listed in the Old School Essentials (OSE) advanced player’s guide. I did this with the help of Pete Lawson, whose idea this was originally.
I covered off the standard races-as-class in that issue, but didn’t have room for the more exotic ones. That’s what this post is all about.
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Issue 32 of my Dungeons and Dragons zine, d12 Monthly, is out!
Issue 32 is the Classes issue. It will feature articles on kits, new multi-classing classes, the new Skald class, NPC classes, expanding secondary skills, and much more! (See below for details).
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February is dice month here at YUMDM and to celebrate I wanted to showcase independent dice makers, post information about dice, and generally share how cool and useful dice are in the hobby of roleplaying games.
Let ‘s roll!
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Oracles are an essential part of solo roleplaying.
They fill in the role of GM to a large extent, throwing up additions to the evolving story as we probe and ask questions of the world and the events within.
There are a few well-known oracles that take up whole books, filled with tables and outcomes, but what I want to promote here is a very easy to use, and fast, oracle which is not only versatile, but also completely free.
It involves a simple D6.
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SoloRPG, or solo roleplaying, is gaining in popularity, especially among those who want to play Dungeons & Dragons.
While table-top solo roleplaying may sound odd at first – I mean, the game was initially designed as a social activity – there are some excellent reasons why you may want to play solo.
And solo roleplaying offers a unique and rewarding gaming experience that group sessions cannot give you.
Here are 12 reasons to start solo RPG.
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Issue 31 of my Dungeons and Dragons zine, d12 Monthly, is out!
Issue 31 is the Tales of Argosa issue. It will feature articles on my favourite parts of ToA, a new race (half-giant), a new class (the healer), low fantasy adventure locations, an interview with the creator, and much more! (See below for details).
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Playing Dungeons & Dragons doesn’t need to cost the Earth. In fact, it doesn’t need to cost anything!
Well, once you have those funny math-rocks, that is.
But as far as rules go, you don’t need to spend $150+ on three rulebooks. In fact, this article will link to heaps of good rules for playing D&D for free.
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