Darsildorf Experiment – Solo Roleplay Campaign (Session 1)

Darsildorf Experiment – Solo Roleplay Campaign (With Updates)

The Darsildorf Experiment is a campaign that I’m running as a solo roleplay, and I thought updates and notes on how I run my SoloRPG campaigns would be helpful.

I will be updating this as I play the campaign. So bookmark it and check back.

Here you will find two types of notes:

      1. A campaign log, featuring updates; and
      2. Notes on some of the behind-the-scenes and me explaining why I play the way I do (these will be written in a grey-coloured text).

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A Simple Oracle For Solo Roleplaying

A Simple Oracle For Solo Roleplaying

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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Solo RPG – 12 Reasons To Dive In

Solo RPG - 12 Reasons To Dive In

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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My D&D Solo Roleplay Folder

My D&D Solo Roleplay Folder

Here are the resources I have in my ring-binder folder that I use whenever I solo roleplay.

I have added this over time and it is a combination of hand-written tables and tables and other information taken from various sources.

I have changed stuff to suit my own preferences and recommend you do this as well.

Hopefully this will get you started. Don’t be overwhelmed – just pick two or three of the references linked below and start from there.

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