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Technology has obviously become a huge part of our modern lives. Gamemasters should embrace it, especially if you are not prepping for sessions. Technology provides role-players a lot of helpful options when we’re at the gaming table. Let’s use everything at our disposal to help us create better RPG sessions and campaigns. PowerPoint in TTRPGs Using PowerPoint is more useful ...

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Another great city for you to use in your next tabletop RPG session. Use my random 1D100 tables to fill in some details. The map was generated with this tool and I colored it.

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Another important resource at the gamemaster’s disposal that usually goes overlooked is to listen to the table. What I mean by that is as your players talk while they are at the table, listen to what they say. The players tend to talk about everything. They discuss their plans. They mull bits of information their characters discovered. They think aloud ...

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Running an RPG session without prepping can certainly lead to mistakes. However, I made a ton of mistakes even when I spent hours prepping. A gamemaster should never be afraid to retcon. Backtracking a bit to set something right is perfectly acceptable and players should understand that the even best GMs make mistakes. If You Make a Mistake, Correct It ...

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The Starfinder character sheet! I decided to collect different Starfinder character sheets as I did with Pathfinder character sheets. I love RPG character sheets and nothing beats being able to find the exact one you need when getting ready for your RPG campaign. Also, included are some links to Starfinder ship and drone sheets as well. Starfinder Character Sheet PDFs ...

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No-prep GMing can be very rewarding. However, one of the biggest pitfalls can be names. Coming up with exciting people and place names on the spot can be the death of even the best gamemasters. The main trick to not having every NPC named Bob or every town named Springfield is to have lists of names with you while GMing. ...

The post How Lists of Names Help Gamemasters appeared first on dicegeeks.

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  A small village provides many opportunities for role-players, so grab this town map and use it in a session. Use my random 1D100 tables to fill in some details. The map was generated with this tool and I colored it.

The post Newton: TTRPG Town Map appeared first on dicegeeks.

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A friend in my gaming group created these two D&D Race and Class tables. These random tables come in handy while playing D&D. Often a dungeon master or players need a random fantasy race or character class. Hanging out in inns or taverns, traveling along the road, or strolling about towns always presents the opportunity to meet an NPC. Just ...

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These D&D critical hit weapon damage tables were created by one of my regular gaming group members. Sometimes you just want to add a bit of flare or something unique to a combat encounter. Or even give that extra spice to a crit roll or a nat 20. If one of your D&D players rolls a critical hit with a ...

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This D&D Spell Scrolls random table was created by a member of my RPG gaming group. One annoying problem of finding a random spell scroll in a dungeon while playing D&D is that the DM then has to figure out what which spell and which level. Now, that’s not as rough as coal mining, but it can be an unwanted ...

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