< PreviousWizards without Coats[The End] This is the last in the current series of Wizards without Coats. As it turns out it could also be the first in a new series of Famous Last Words. The Rakshasa isn’t a demon lord one should mock.
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > The pen is mightier than the sword. That’s not always true in RPGs; especially when looking at damage bonuses. However, there are those times when you just happen to write down an arcane message or two, accidental channel the power of the cosmos and make things go boom. When […]
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > Hey, GM! Are you a fan of random encounter tables? How do you handle them? Do you have a random encounter table for each type of location? Do you apply situational modifiers? Coincidence checks? Are your random encounter tables so good they’re no longer random encounter tables? FISH!
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > No harm in adding a bit of decoration to your armour, right? You could add a design that makes you seem more fierce and scary – a good battle tactic. You could have an armour design that makes you easy to remember – good for collecting fame. You […]
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > It’s important to be green. This is especially true if you’re an orc or a goblin. The rest of us will just have to recycle the best we can. Why not drop your useless and no longer needed adventure accessories in a tub by the dungeon? That way […]
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > You’ve crawled though tiny tunnels. You’ve used a rope to climb up through a narrow hole in the cave ceiling. You’ve ducked under swinging axe blades, jumped skilfully across the trapped puzzled floor and edged along a narrow ledge over the lava of doom. How come there’s a […]
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > Building an adventuring party or even running a Guild – the application process is important. Don’t want any weak links to sneak into the chain. Have you had any close calls? Have you snuck into any groups.
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > You can learn a lot from how wizards dress. Do they still carry a lot of weapons? Are they cautious or lacking in attack spells? Are their bags packed with books and scrolls? Could they cope without them? If they’re wearing fire protection and a cute little hat […]
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > Oh, those wizards. Imagine arming the group’s fighters with some party bags along with instructions to leap out from behind the bush. “Surprise!” It’s the wrong sort of party surprise.
< PreviousWizards without CoatsNext > More troublesome than a deck of many things? Surely you jest? Beware the bag of knick knacks!