What do Shadowrun, Cyberpunk 2020 and The Sprawl have in common? Hacking rules that take forever to resolve, meaning the other non-hacker players have nothing to do for a while. (As usual: Based on one of my German YouTube-Videos [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTb7NIUpqRo]) Shadowrun [https://rpg.niduroki.
The English original from Deeper in the Game [https://bankuei.wordpress.com/] can be found here [https://bankuei.wordpress.com/2010/03/27/the-same-page-tool/] . Hallo, heute ein Deutscher Artikel von mir. Eine Übersetzung des Same Page Tools; ein nettes Werkzeug, um alle Spieler in, oder vor, einer Sitzung 0 zusammen
If you have read my [https://steemit.com/story/@niduroki/the-sprawl-campaign-diary-1] The [https://steemit.com/story/@niduroki/the-sprawl-campaign-diary-2] Sprawl [https://steemit.com/tabletop-rpg/@niduroki/the-sprawl-campaign-diary-3-gm-insights] campaign [https://steemit.com/tabletop-rpg/@niduroki/the-sprawl-campaign-diary-4-gm-insights] diaries [https://steemit.com/tabletop-rpg/@niduroki/the-sprawl-campaign-diary-5-gm-insights] on steemit, you will already know some of my problems with
Hey everyone! Today another review/ramble from me. This one is about FATE Accelerated Edition (or short FAE), FATE Core's simpler version. If you're interested in how FATE Accelerated works, I made a rules explanation video for it already. Fun fact: In German FATE Accelerated is called Turbo FATE … Because
Everyone liked my Shadowrun 5E rant. Let's do it again! Last week I told you that Shadowrun 5E's rules are garbage. But Catalyst listened to everyone shouting "The rules suck!", so they made Shadowrun: Anarchy. A rules-lite version of Shadowrun, distributing the GM authority around the table. Shadowrun: Anarchy is
Based on a German video I published on YouTube [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxKL88T4_BE] – differences to the original are minor. Now it's English though! These will appear a lot less frequently from now on. The DnD-Rant [https://rpg.niduroki.net/rant-dnd5e-isnt-good-for-everything/] and this rant have already been
Before all my mirrored TTRPG-Posts will go on this blog, I'll quickly release this post. Another reminder for me about Low-Level Package-Mangement commands I stole collected from the internet. I only need the rpm versions, since I'm using openSUSE, but eh, if this post actually helps anyone but me: Hurray!