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Mystic, Psionics, and 5E vs AD&D Balance

So, the playtest of the full, 20-level, Mystic came out via Unearthed Arcana last week and it looks pretty decent. I’m not sure I like all of it, but I like most of it and I find the whole package quite workable even if I have some qualms about specific Disciplines and don’t think there are enough Talents. 638 more words

Game Design

The Cracked Pot Activity Video

A short video of our character learning activity. This included role play, art work, and explanation of the meaning of the cracked pot.

Psalm 139: 14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well


Operation: Rogue

Week two-fifty-five of Operation Graphite – theme: Rogue.

After a minor but significant spelling error which have our hero a rosy hue rather than a rebellious nature, things were set back on track. 24 more words

Operation After Action Report

Casting spells and wearing armor (5e)

So, as I go through the list of things that I like about 5e as compared to 1e, and things I like much, much better in 1e the whole concept of wearing armor and casting spells comes up. 316 more words

Game Design

Week 255: Rogue

The theme selected for week two-fifty-five of Operation Graphite will be: Rogue.

I can’t even recall if I’ve ever played any sort of of game as the Rogue character class. 52 more words

Operation Mission Briefing

Class: Spacers


You’re all alone in The Void, unless you’re a Spacer. Devoting their lives to understanding the universal force (magic), Spacers spend years in deep meditation, learning to manipulate the fabric of the universe. 190 more words

Getting Started

Class: Medic


When the dust clears from a blaster fight, the last man standing is probably going to need some patching up. Enter the Medic, a trained healer and scientist who knows the human, alien, and cyborg body like the back of their hand/tentacles. 238 more words

Getting Started