Roll 3d6 - Roleplaying Resources


This site features resources for the tabletop roleplaying game crowd, designed to work on any device. Bookmark this site as a handy, cell-phone friendly GM toolbox.

Tools features useful random game information generators. Names will take you to a variety of person, place, item, and event name generators. Archives links to useful RPG-related articles. Games accesses information for my various campaigns. News brings in RPG news from multiple sources. Dogs is a section for my pets and other miscellaneous info.

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Today's featured gaming tool: Character Concept Generator

Gaming Tips

Tips for Players
Teach a skill to another character, allowing them to spend experience points on something new.

Tips for GameMasters
Pace the Story - Don't give blow-by-blow descriptions of the boring parts of the story. For example, let the players provide a list of shops they visit and supplies they purchase. Don't make them roleplay walking down each aisle and up to the cash register.

From the RPG Glossary...
Cantrip - (also: zero level spell) A minor spell, often requiring no magical energy to cast, sometimes usable by those who normally cannot cast spells.

Gaming Humor

When I Am the Evil Overlord...
My security keypad will actually be a fingerprint scanner. Anyone who watches someone press a sequence of buttons or dusts the pad for fingerprints then subsequently tries to enter by repeating that sequence will trigger the alarm system.

You Might Be A Gamer If...
You wear vampire fangs in everyday life (not to mention Renaissance festivals).

Gamer To Avoid
The Hoarder - He wants all of the loot and can't share equally with the other players. If his character is alone when he finds the treasure chest, no one else will ever know he found it.

Things I Learned While Gaming
I'm not allowed to use more than 3 words per game that the GM has to look up in a dictionary.

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