Monthly Archive: : January 2014



by Delos

Arcane Fallout: History of Humans

Note:I’ve been receiving some messages that I’m trying to rip off Apocalypse World. This project is the same as Inverse World and Pirate World and Grim World. It’s a different setting that is geared for FATE and Dungeon World. This is a preview of some of the history of this setting. The name is a…

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by Delos

Steal This Item: The Ugly Stick

This started as a joke in a D&D game a long time ago but after a while it became my barbarians most powerful weapon. The Ugly Stick (TUS) is a gnarled piece of wood that must be wielded as a two handed club. There appears to be smashed and ugly faces in the wood. They…

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by Delos

Dungeon World Class Review: The Monster Hunter

So a while ago I ran a one shot for a group of friends that only gets together during the holidays. This one shot had a Slayer/Monster Hunter. You can find the class here. I refer to it as the Monster Hunter (MH) simply due to the fact that I have three Slayer classes I…

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by Delos

Breaking Campaign Settings

Something I have problems with from time to time is using premade settings. Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms, Eberron, and Dark Sun are classic D&D settings that many know. I have no problem letting the players play in the setting. I have no problems letting them make a bit of a mess, but I do have a…

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by Jacob

Steal This Location: Hell on Earth

Background This location truly seems like a hell on earth.  Why?  Because it is constantly burning without burning up.  This area has been burning for years (how many?), but it seems it will continue forever.  The surrounding area is charred and doesn’t grow because anything that does quickly ends up burning away again, leaving nothing…

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by Delos

Fun Article About What You Learn From RPG’s

This is aimed more so at older gamers but younger ones can use this as an excuse to your parents as to why you should play pen and paper RPGs. http://www.salon.com/2014/01/21/all_i_needed_to_know_about_life_i_learned_from_dungeons_dragons/


by Delos

Dungeon World Class Review: The Priest

Last week I talked about the Mage and how much fun it is. The mage doesn’t need things like spell lists or spells per day. It just needs a flavor of magic and then you watch the mage cut loose. The priest is the divine equivalent of the mage. Quick note: The cleric is the…

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by Jacob

It’s the Little Things That Count: Holidays

What kind of world doesn’t have holidays? Even dictators allow their people to have holidays (though they probably throw in a few that celebrate the dictator). To make your world look like time is passing, and to inject some realism into your campaigns, you should consider adding holidays to your settings and campaigns. Remember, people…

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by Delos

Steal This Villain: Hollowtooth

This weeks “Steal This” gives you a new bad guy to throw at your players. Introducing Hollowtooth the vampire orc pirate captain king chieftain. Not only is Hollowtooth all that, but he also captains a ship that can use oars, sails, or his pet dragon Frostfang. The Ship Hollowtooth captains the war ship “Ice Breaka”….

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by Delos

Dungeon World Class Review: The Mage

(Edit:  A problem I’ve run into with the Mage and Priest is that they can be abused to no end due to the fact that the moves are really open to what is possible. The author has written up some new Mage books that are a little more under control. I still like the idea…

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