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Charity Gaming Event Brainstorming

Over in the TT forums, Kurt “Telas” Schneider is kicking around an idea for a breast cancer charity gaming event, and I thought it would be a good one to share here, as well. Here’s an excerpt from the thread: Anyway, I thought of doing a gaming event for charity. Obviously, we...

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Want to Be an Evil Overlord?

Do you like the evil overlord concept (in brief: have a second set of players run the big-picture factions in your game via email)? Been itching to play an EO, but don’t know any GMs that are recruiting? Or want to see what it’s like before trying out the concept in your own campaign?...

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Snapshot of the GMing Q&A Forum

The current front page of TT’s GMing Q&A Forum offers a pretty good snapshot of the kinds of discussions we’ve been having there recently. Here’s the first nine topics, with links: R.A. Salvatore on being a good DM The Most Troublesome d20 Rules Power level of people in your...

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Four TT Updates

Our early Christmas present contest runs through the end of this month. If you like our T-shirts, buying one before then gives you a shot at a $20 Amazon gift certificate. To combat the ramped-up flood of comment spam, I’ve installed an anti-spam plugin. It presents no barriers to leaving a...

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