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Forum Roundup: GM-friendly RPGs, Contest and D&D: Broken or Not?

It’s been awhile since our last forum roundup, and there are four threads going on right now in the TT forums [1] that I’d like to highlight.

Here’s a quick peek at the potential broken-ness of D&D, GM-friendly RPGs, our current contest and a question for the community.

D&D’s Broken-ness? [2]: Is D&D broken? What makes an RPG broken? How can you fix the broken bits? Friendly discussion of hot-button topics is one of the hallmarks of our forums, and this thread is no exception.

What makes a game GM-friendly? [3]: Publishers, take note — there are a ton of good suggestions here for how to make your gaming books as usable, useful and accessible to GMs as possible.

Treasure Tables Guest Post Contest: GMing Advice from TT Members [4]: Our current contest ends this Monday, April 23rd, so you still have a few days to get your entry in. Winning entries will be featured here on the TT blog as guest posts, and all entries will be collected on the GMing Wiki [5] (and possibly as a PDF, too).

Want a forum for requesting TT posts? [6]: I think this is a great idea, but it hasn’t gotten much play. If you’d like to be able to request TT posts and articles on specific topics, let me know here.

TT is in moving mode from 4/19 to 4/25. There’ll be a new post every day (as always), but I won’t be able to respond to comments or email until we’re settled in at the new place. See you in a few days!

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#1 Comment By VV_GM On April 19, 2007 @ 5:11 pm

Gah! Still no flood of etries for the Guest Post contest? I’m going on a hunger strike until there are 10 new entries for the contest, or until a plate of nachos is placed in front of me. Whichever comes first. 🙂

Seriously, please write an entry for the contest! I learn so much from this forum everyday, and I think this is a great chance for forum members to share their insights with each other.