It doesn’t matter how many times you warn them, players will go ahead with whatever hair-brained scheme has come to their mind… regardless of the likelihood of success. So, I’m going to ask again, “Are you sure?”
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Swords have been drawn and battle has been joined! It’s time for all players and NPCs to roll for initiative. The fates of all now hang in the balance… adjudicated by the roll of the dice. May the best warrior / wizard / cleric / bard / sorcerer / barbarian / whatever win.
There really aren’t any words more inspired than “GO” and “DO”. It’s so easy to be caught up in the day-to-day that one feels overwhelmed. In those times, it’s best to remember that action is what’s called for in almost every circumstance.
All I want for Christmas is a Crit Die: a d20 of criticals. Santa, please bring me one. I can be trusted with it… I promise.
When there’s battle to be joined, the Game Master calls for an Initiative Roll. Whoa be unto the player at the bottom of the list. There’s a chance you’ll never even get your turn.
Physician’s may have a thankless job in many places in the world, but no more so than in Erewhon. Described in Samuel Butler‘s 1872 novel, Erewhon might be a fictional place, but it serves as a warning to us all.
The English countryside yielded this great image of a large oak tree. Stylized here, it reminds one of the fractal beauty of nature.
Strolling through the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria in Melbourne, Australia, I found this fantastic tree that had the most interesting bark.