Steal My Idea: Learn from My Failure

Giving up is easy. Staying with it is worth it.

We’ve all had those moments in RPGs where it didn’t go how we thought/hoped/planned/prayed it would go. You took time crafting a twist that no one cared about. Players derailed your campaign. The GM railroaded the campaign. The new group didn’t gel. The list goes on. If we all gave up when we failed, none of us would still be playing. Here are some tips I’ve learned from my own failures. Continue reading “Steal My Idea: Learn from My Failure”

Steal My Idea: Witch-Knight Vincal’s Locking Gauntlets

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Witch-Knight Vincal’s Armor: Soul Spinner

The Helmet of the Witch-Knight Vincal

Witch-Knight Vincal’s Magic Seeking Halberd: Slayer of the Wise

A while back, I made an item called The Helmet of the Witch-Knight Vincal. It’s a helmet containing the memories of its deceased owner and continually teaches the new wearer random spells so long as they do not take it off. Someone requested I make a full set for Witch-Knight Vincal, and I am happy to comply. Her full set includes three items beyond the helmet, and I’ll be doing a new one with each post. Continue reading “Steal My Idea: Witch-Knight Vincal’s Locking Gauntlets”

Steal My Idea: Mr. Gobbs, the Goblin Weaselmancer

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Sometimes you make a character for the sole purpose of being a joke. A dwarf bard. A flesh golem paladin. A ranger/rouge/gunslinger/fighter/wizard/barbarian. A character that is enjoyable to play but isn’t meant to excel at anything or even be particularly useful. But sometimes, despite a lack of planning, lady luck shrugs her shoulders and gives you an edge, and that character becomes an actual benefit to the party rather than a liability. Continue reading “Steal My Idea: Mr. Gobbs, the Goblin Weaselmancer”

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