Previously my 3Brothers campaign notes have been stored using Obsidian Portal, by and large I’ve found it easier and user-friendly to create the campaign wiki, etc in OP, however due to Google Hangouts seemingly eating up all of my bandwidth when I’m running a game using it (as most of my TT games are run nowadays) using it during a session has been very problematic, which is unfortunate since that’s when I really need to check my notes.
So this weekend I’m transistioning my notes onto a Tiddlywiki that will be hosted on my dropbox account, since I will be able to use the dropbox version saved on locally on my machine and not have to rely on the scraps of bandwidth Hangouts leaves me.
At some point in the next couple of days I’ll be removing the campaign from Obsidian Portal, from that point on anyone wishing to see the campaign wiki can access it at this link (and previous OP links will become inactive):
The Tiddlywiki is already active but not all of the information has been moved over yet.
Making it back to Battlebridge, Avaestar, Watoomb and their new colleague Xan are re-united with Drax and investigate the odd case of a man who appears to have been poisoned by a giant snake; Xan and Drax believe it may be connected to the man who attempted to break into Drax’ room at the Common Sword tavern.
A video discussing the importance of players making their own notes during RPGs.
As requested by a viewer, a GM Tips video on handling failure in RPGs.
Some thoughts and advice on the roll failure occupies in RPGs.
Sci-Fi High Concepts
Okay, now we’ve explained the basic formatting in our previous post, we’re going to provide a series of ideas for creating the description, job and twist sections of the high concept for a science-fiction character.
There are lots of different types of science-fiction ranging from hard sci-fi to space opera, post apocalyptic and everything in-between; in this article we’re shooting for a more general science-fiction vibe, but we may cover specific sub-genres in future articles. Continue reading
In episode 6 of our Three Brothers D&D 5E Campaign, following the chaos at the Laskaris Estate, Ordious has fled, wanted for murder; Avaestar and Watoomb lose direction on their way back to Battlebridge and become drawn into the efforts of a young drow named Xan, attempting to save the village of Mosaé from savage ogres.