Who the fuck is my D&D character generates succinct character concepts for you to roleplay. It's clever how evocative it is! It's by Ryan Grant; the underlying code uses the WTF Engine.
OBNOXIOUS HALF-ORC DRUID FROM THE NORTHERN WASTELANDS WHO WEARS A MYSTERIOUS NECKLACE THAT CONSTANTLY BRINGS THEM OUT IN A RASH
WELL-INTENTIONED HALFLING SORCERER FROM A NOCTURNAL TOWN WHO IS SECRETLY FOND OF EMBROIDERY
FUNNY ELF WARLOCK FROM THE WAYFERER FOOTHILLS WHO ALWAYS LOOKS THEIR BEST
SELFISH DWARF WARLOCK FROM BLACK ROCK BEACH WHO HAS WOODEN TEETH AFTER THE INCIDENT WITH THE MACE
BLUNT HALFLING RANGER FROM A TOWN WHERE ORCS ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD AS SLAVES WHO WAS FORCED TO WATCH THEIR FAMILIES' EXECUTION
CRABBY GNOME SORCERER FROM A DESERT TOWN HIDDEN INSIDE A SANDSTORM WHO HAS HAD IT UP TO HERE WITH EVERYONE'S CRAP
Roll Sebastian Bergne's $3.33 pencil dice across the table to get a randomish value from 1-6. Useful for writing choose-your-own-adventures! (via Geekologie)
When Bryant Durrell was in college, he played D&D with an amazing Dungeon Master, Eric, who was obsessed with the moral dimension of the game, constructing thoughtful, elaborate campaigns to get the players to reflect on the nature of good and evil -- the players jokingly called the setting Eric created "Catholic World."
In 1975, Gary Gygax revealed the Tomb of Horrors module at the first Origins convention, presenting it as a campaign that would specifically challenge overpowered characters who would have to rely on their wits to outsmart incredibly lethal, subtle traps, rather than using their almighty THACOs to fell trash-mobs of orcs or other low-level monsters.
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