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Odd Attribute Modifiers in d20 games

When Wizards of the Coast published the 3rd edition of Dungeons and Dragons (and thus set down the foundation for d20 games) they adopted a new, standardized, open-ended schedule of attribute modifiers (as compared to the fixed-range and sometimes attribute-specific schedules from earlier editions). 442 more words

5E - Ranger Archtype - The Huntsmen

Astute readers will likely note the similarities to the Huntsmen of Annuvin from Lloyd Alexander’s Chronicles of Prydain series – and well they should. These are modeled in most ways upon them, though they also owe a nod to the… 332 more words

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House Rules

I encourage people to try various house rules (alternate rules) for Crazier Eights. Here are some ideas:

  1. Use teams. Two or more players can be on a team.
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The Gazing Beasts of Triumph Mesa

While the catacombs within Triumph Mesa are their main attraction for adventurers, treasure hunters and fortune seekers, the wildlife of the region also deserves mention – the most notable of which are the Gazing Beasts. 625 more words



“It’s never the differences between people that surprise us. It’s the things that, against all odds, we have in common.”
Jodi Picoult, House Rules

Book Qutoes

Stretched, stressed, and seeking solace

You ever have one of those moments when someone holds a mirror in front of your face and you see, really see for the first time a reflection of your life. 919 more words

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