This my playmat. I feel like I need a new one. Maybe with CIA?
Also, what kind of dice do you guys get? I was thinking about getting the Chessex Pound-o-Dice. I use a lot of counters with my current standard deck and I feel like it wouldn't hurt.
And what sleeves do you use? I have dragon shield mattes, but I get sweaty hands and the sleeves get sticky really fast.
>I have dragon shield mattes, but I get sweaty hands and the sleeves get sticky really fast.
Have you tried washing your hands before you play? Is it just really hot and humid where you live? I can't even imagine being so sweaty during a game that it would end up on my hands and cards, and I get sweaty fairly easily.
I disapprove of your choice in mat.
Not because of any political allegiances or motivations, but because you have traded memes for a sense of humor and now are less of a man because of it.
I feel sorry for you, but I extend no pity towards you.
It gets really hot and humid where I live. I don't also know if its a nervousness thing.
I take a medication that makes me very thirsty, and I drink a lot of water. Literally more than a gallon a day. So, I don't know if that amount of liquid is causing me to sweat more. I do wash my hands and use hand sanitizer, but they get sweaty in the middle of a match.
So I'm starting a D&D 5e campaign soon. I will be playing as a halfling bard, who instead of singing will be cooking to boost morale and stuff like that.
I am however pretty new to the whole D&D universe and could use some help with comming up with good recipes to use!
There's no single D&D universe. However if the GM isn't using a premade setting, then the generic western fantasy tropes are your friend, that's what he most likely is going to default to. Then again none of the setting material I can think of focuses on food, so just copy LoTR for your recipes and you'll do just fine.
Make up your own recipes. It'll be great. You'll add to the campaign world. Make sure to add little tidbits. Stuff like "I learned this one from some gnomes who lived by the beach" or "This recipe was taught to me by the one halfling who was named an honorary dwarf".
All of them, gone. Yes, I know I'm an idiot for not having them backed up somewhere.
Yes, I know the collection probably wasn't that great by most standards, only a couple of gigabytes.
But god fucking damn it. I built that collection with a lot of searching, trawling through almost forgotten links to find some truly obscure shit.
I even paid for some of it.
Random generator thread.
Let's talk about random generators /tg/. I've personally been using a lot of http://fantasynamegenerators.com/ to quickly make up new names for my npc:s when I GM, because I hate names.
What other good random generators are there? Lately I've been wanting a random generator that simple gives me a few personality traits that I can quickly apply to spontaneous NPC:s to give them more personality.
If you don't use random generators, how do you pick names for your NPCs?
>If you don't use random generators, how do you pick names for your NPCs?
My NPCs usually have improbably apt names. Like a pirate with weather magic named Eismeer.
Yeah, I'm really uncreative, so I just name characters an adjective or noun from another language.
>Yeah, I'm really uncreative, so I just name characters an adjective or noun from another language
As long as you're consistent and characters from the same culture have names that at least look like they could have come from the same language, then that's cool.
The idea of a random fantasy name generator is appalling to me. How is it supposed to know what kind of place your setting is?
Actual monks not wearing armor aside, where does the concept of monks being supernaturally agile when completely unencumbered?
Is it just D&D or there's more to it?
I'm kind of a newfag here so i'd be glad to hear how the whole thing evolved throughout the years
Hong Kong movies that had shaolin monks portrayed as martial arts killing movies punching and kicking everything to pieces. Real shaolin monks also are good martial artists, but they also train to use weapons and even armor I think despite their usual portrayal in movies.
I don't know how you missed the kung fu movies and crazy amazing monk feats. In the movies especially, it's a celebration of physical skill without any reliance on armor or even weapons in most cases.
So teeg, I was thinking of running a Bebop campaign. Regular anime bullshit aside, I was actually hoping for more of a... I don't want to say "realistic" system (fuck doing realistic space battles), but I'd like it to stay somewhere in the realm of decent Sci-Fi. Dice pools or d20 would be preferred, but I'm pretty fucking desperate so I'll take what I can get. Same goes for preference on a rules heavier system over a Lasers and Feelings style mini system. I've heard mention of Stars Without Number and Traveler floating about, but don't...
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We had BESM (Cowboy Bebop too) game long ago and it was horrible because there just wasn't enough rules to play it effectively. The problem might have been that we would have needed more than basic riulebook to play it though, so if you're willing to hunt down all the other books it might work better. This was with third edition.
Stat him, /tg/.
Use stats for Time Elemental, and add the vampire weakness where they take 1/3rd their HP in damage every round they're submerged in water, as well as vulnerability to cold and water-based attacks
>GM or Player
>Text or Voice
You are bound to a demon; it grants you otherworldly powers in exchange for extruding it's will upon the world through your deeds.
>What is your demonic entity?
>What specific powers does it grant you?
>What does it demand of you in action?
>Deloth-Ainur; the iron snake of cowardice and deception
>iron scales across my body, wrapping g me in a protective sheathed of armor that regrows if damaged, like the scales of a mighty snake. Claws on my hands. Smoky invisibility
>I must never tell my name, never reveal my identity, never leave witnesses
Last time, the international mercenary group Vanguard had a run-in with Werwolf-77 resulting in a roaring fire-fight across an old farm in Argentina.
Lime Viper and Blue Rat have both sustained heavy casualties!
Our own strike team has one confirmed KIA on Agent Chrome, and Agent Eight is MIA - his vitals are rapidly flunctuating.
Werwolf Personel has been pushed back to the newly constructed complex and mostly contained.
If you're the brave sort, we can fast-track for battlefield deployment.
>K1 >>47838574  MIA
> D1 >>47838541 Chrome KIA
A1 >>47838354 Otter
W1 >>47840077 Barnaby
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>Draw Magnified Barrier Sigil on tree
>Draw Protection Sigil on tree
Vit 10 Move 3 Str 2 Act 2 Supply 15
Acc 15 Proc 35
SA, Quickdraw instant equip
LVL 1 Kit
1x Salt 1x Shadeprince 1x Aid Vials
4x HiFo, 8c dmg
Why are you still travel in that lame wagon pulled by those lame horses, anon?
>Playan, buldan, buyang
>That face when they pay 7 mana to cast hurky's recall and you drop all your hand again the turn after
I love my mud deck and the hate i get from all the storm players
A Stone Mask appear in the last campaign you've played, in the hands of the villain: what happen?
i had my pc's find a odd stone mask in my campaign. it killed the elf who found it and one of the pc wizards used it in a plan to screw over the paladin and become a vampire and become the new bbeg after they killed the first
Alright you disgusting fa/tg/uys, time for a Warhammer 40k rules thread...
feel free to ask any questions that might be plaguing your little neck beard mind and the rules lawyers of /tg/ will come to your aid...
Recent 7th edition FAQ:
soup /tg/, Im trying to find a good system to run a campaign in Westeros. I know that white wolf made a game for it, but not only can I not find PDFs for it, Ive heard its awful.
Also general game of thrones thread
You could try the Green Ronin version of A Song of Ice and Fire. I own the books, I've never gottenthe chance to play them because my players have no paitence to learn a new system and only one of them has watched the show. But I assume the system is decent since /tg/ has been making houses with that system.
If you don't like the published ones, drop girls on top of Westeros. It's got gritty murder death for mortal heroes and can handle any of the weird shit too. Also, wacky fun critical hit tables too