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My Thoughts on Dungeon World's "Fronts"

Okay, so it’s 1:35 AM on Sunday morning, I know I’m gonna be traveling Monday, I just came back from this week’s Dungeon World session, and I don’t want to miss another post because of being on the road. 868 more words

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Samirchan

This week inspiration is a mysterious city under an enchantment that allows its citizens to chose their own age.

No one knows who built Samirchan. The current inhabitants found it as it is today, a grand city under the influence of a powerful time enchantment. 289 more words

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MM3: A Market in the Woods

The Monthly Monsters project is back with a third monster manual for Dungeon World!

Deep inside the Spritewood, hidden from the sight of civilized eyes, there lies a secret market, where monsters meet to trade their ill-gotten gains. 218 more words

Flying Vampire Jellies

Today’s monster was inspired by the world of Shards of Honor.

 They drift through the air like dandelion seeds, their transparent, globular bodies sparkling in the sun. 114 more words

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Adventure Setting: The Lonley Plane

Don’t worry, I haven’t abandoned this blog! This week’s inspiration is inspired by the Elevator Game (a piece of urban folklore) – a mysterious plane where living beings cannot sense each other and mental demons haunt you. 546 more words

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Dungeon World Playbook Concepts: The Mentor and the Dark Knight

Hey, whoa, wait a minute! Does that title say “Dungeon World?” What the heck is this?! It isn’t Tuesday! Why are we talking about tabletops right now?! 1,953 more words

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Dungeon World or How I Learned to Stop Rolling and Love the Story

I think the biggest revelation I’ve had recently, in terms of my understanding of roleplaying games at least, has come from playing Dungeon World. Dungeon World a game a friend of mine introduced me to a year or so ago, as a fast and furious replacement for some of the more standard and in-depth sword & sorcery style games (I’m looking at you Dungeons and Dragons). 1,321 more words

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