In this Monday’s episode myself and Hannah discuss barroom brawls and try to create a simple mini-game for running them: Title Music: Fireworks by Alexander Nakarada (Public Domain) You can leave us a voicemail message using Speakpipe.com Or you can email us at RDDRPGpodcast@gmail.com Check out our other stuff at RedDiceDiaries.com RSS feed for the […]
The subject of this post is to provide a fun little mini-game for running barroom brawls quickly in RPGs, this topic was suggested by Jason Connerley of the Nerds RPG Variety Cast and makes use of the excellent hex-flower creations of Goblin’s Henchman. If you want to know more about hex flowers click here. Essentially […]
In this episode Hannah has hi-jacked the mic again, we’re out by a campfire in our back garden creating a random table to add some more interest to random extras and NPCs that the player characters might come across in your game. Title Music: Fireworks by Alexander Nakarada (Public Domain) You can leave us a voicemail message […]
This is an expanded version of the handy alleyway table included in Monkeyblood Design’s Grey Lunden book:
Another random generator that I’ve knocked together for use in my Midderlands campaign, this one creates names for taverns and inns:
I’ve got the second session of our current Midderlands campaign (set in Great Lunden) coming up today and have been working on a random encounter generator for it. I’ve not done all the Wards yet and have prioritised the ones I expect to come up in the session, I’ll be adding to it as and […]
I’ve been updating my chart of Midderlands Names/Occupations to incorporate information from other sources, there is a list of inspiration sources at the bottom of this post.
You can get ideas in the most unlikely of places, in this case it was when listen to the Thought Eater podcast, I misheard the host Froth when he said “Pick your OSR clone of choice” and thought he said “Pick your OSR cologne of choice.” I realised my error pretty quickly but–the more I […]
When you’re wandering around the streets of Great Lunden in the Midderlands there are a number of important buildings marked specifically on the map, but what about those buildings that aren’t marked?
It’s #RandomThingThursday here at the blog, I’m going to start trying to put out a new chart or random plot-inspiring element every Thursday: