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30 Beers
Articles  (Campaign)   (Gaming - In General)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-10-28 08:42 PM
Nice. I especially liked the names. Dead Butterfly and Enchanter's Decanter stick out most for me, but most of them are good, well written. Slainte! Go to Comment
Ninja Ranks
Systems  (Societal/ Cultural)   (General)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-07-20 10:09 PM
I agree. This looks very interesting, and something I would definitely use, but I have no previous knowledge. Go to Comment
Under the track
Plots  (Discovery)   (Single-Storyline)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-02-12 04:07 PM
Nice evocative tidbit for a modern setting, fits well into a game I'm about to start up, actually, so high marks. Go to Comment
30 Hammers
Items  (Melee Weapons)   (Non-Magical)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-11-29 11:35 AM
Only voted Go to Comment
MoonHunter's Top Tips for 2008
Articles  (Rules and Advice)   (Gaming - In General)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-04 06:04 AM
Nice list, a staple standard. GMs often forget the basics,and they shouldn't. Go to Comment
Candle Beetles
Lifeforms  (Fauna)   (Underground)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-09 10:41 AM
I like them, nice little surprise and a twist on the old fire beetle besides. I'm going to use them immediately in a game. Go to Comment
Cult Generation
Articles  (Campaign)   (Game Mastering)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-02-07 12:48 PM
Pretty straightforward, needs some editing, but useful. Cults and cultists are always a fan favorite in any game I've ever run or played. It would be nice to see others design their own cults based off of this list and link them back to here. Go to Comment
Beachcombing 101
Locations  (Area)   (Water)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-11-13 04:34 PM
Simple but very interesting. Any number of variations and plot hooks present themselves. A good starter point or better, dream sequence for a game master. Go to Comment
The Frozen Woman of the City
NPCs  (Minor)   (Mystical)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-14 09:02 PM
Curses! I was working on an idea very similar to this one, just been too busy to finish it off and submit. Perhaps I still will. Very good BTW. Go to Comment
Of Familiars
Systems  (Mystical)   (General)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-07 10:17 PM
5/5. Excellence. Go to Comment
Angthers Magic Marbles
Items  (Other)   (Magical)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-03 09:01 PM
Nice combo of powers and uses. I tend to like and create such items, assures they'll be used, or that the item's powers will be stumbled across. Go to Comment
White Children Of Hosok
Lifeforms  (Third Kingdom)   (Any)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-12-31 12:26 AM
Yeah, those are pretty creepy, heh. Excellent description and setting. Hosok is also a great name, rolls off the tongue, like its moniker, the Hand That Sees.) This reads like an Edward Lee monstrosity. Go to Comment
Court Etiquette: Do's and Don'ts
Articles  (Resource)   (Gaming - In General)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-09 10:04 PM
Very nice and useful. Many great opportunities for role play and plot hooks can come of this. I also didn't know the significance of a baronet until now, so I actually learned something new. Go to Comment
Maul Shank
Items  (Melee Weapons)   (Combat)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-01 06:33 PM
Nice way to make magic from the mundane. I had similar rituals amongst shady characters in an all thieves Greyhawk campaign I ran for two years. A shiv would be stuck in a corner beam or post of a building at given areas of the street to summon a conclave of thieves, among other signs and symbols mixed with thieves cant. The most highly regarded (though not necessarily the best quality) shivs were made from nails pulled from beams in the nearby hill fort prison - where the assassin's guild recruited from. It was a great game, man, lasted two years solid. One player told me my style reminded him of teh Fafhrd and Gray Mouser stories, which I had never read at that time. When I got around to those excellent tales, I saw my own campaign from a completely different perspective, really cool.

Anyway, nice little addition and a trip down memory lane. :) Go to Comment
The Piemaster
NPCs  (Major)   (Criminal/Espionage)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2010-01-25 08:38 PM
Odd but very cool. Just plain kooky frankly, but that's good as far as I'm concerned, and again, original and very usable. Well done. I give it five banana custard creme pies for success (and hope I just didn't inadvertently signal the death of an entire hamlet...) Go to Comment
The Art of Linking
Articles  (Rules and Advice)   (Citadel Help)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-12-19 09:04 AM
Useful, thanks. Go to Comment
Void Golem
Lifeforms  (Constructed)   (Any)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-12-31 12:30 AM
5/5, creative excellence IMO.

"Seven years of labor for the instruments of time." ~ Blue Oyster Cult Go to Comment
Small Gods
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Mystical)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-11-24 07:17 PM
Excellent thing for use in fiction and one's campaign. I've used Orisha-type intercessors and godlets of many types in numerous games, settings and in print, all of which paid off in spades. It's always good to have these around when a game world has a known set of gods and/or a pantheon and seemingly clearly defined lines, theologically speaking. Such entities throw a new angle and renew the mystery of setting when it may have died in a game. Go to Comment
5 Room Dungeon
Articles  (Setting Building)   (Game Mastering)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-12-02 07:32 PM
Very nice, short and sweet. I'm going to be giving thsi one a go for my next game. It's surprising how many times I've used a simple design like this and it's bloomed into a much longer and richer game. Go to Comment
Magic as an Attribute
Systems  (Mystical)   (General)
tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-12-06 11:16 AM
Excellent article, well written and thought out (needs a bit of editing.) This has given me at least two ideas, especially considering the shambler, so thanks. You should clean this up (possibly expand it) and submit it for publication somewhere. Voop! :) Go to Comment
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