Creighton’s Corner: Campaign Primer

Every campaign needs a campaign primer.

A campaign primer is a GM’s chance to set the scene for the players and to provide them with basic information about the setting, upcoming adventures and other information of note. Ideally, a campaign primer should be available at the start of the campaign before character generation.

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The Gassy Gnoll: Time in a Bottle Summary – Advice from the Trenches

Greetings from the world of the Gassy Gnoll. Last week I asked the question – How do you continue to game as you age and still keep your obligations the next day? I offered a $10 gift certificate for DriveThruRPG/RPGNow.

First, I want to thank the 15 people who commented on the post. By far, . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Time in a Bottle Summary – Advice from the Trenches

The Gassy Gnoll: Why Layout Matters

This Gassy Gnoll is aware he has a few soap boxes he occasionally harps on. In my reviews, two of my biggest pet peeves are gross spelling/grammatical errors and poor layout. Most of the time word processor spell checkers get the majority of any spelling problems now and grammatical issues seem to be happening less . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Why Layout Matters

News from Around the Net: 15-APR-2011

How can it possibly be Friday already? That means it must be time for some links, news, and reviews from around the interwebz!

Reviews, Tips and Food for Thought Over at the Diesel DM blog, there’s a great review of Sly Flourish’s Dungeon Master Tips from the Diesel DM himself. This may have to be . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 15-APR-2011

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