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Ways to Use Ships as a Dungeon, Part 2

Last time we talked about ways a ship can be used as a dungeon. Let’s expand the topic and talk ...
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Ways To Use Ships As A Dungeon Part 1

Ships as dungeons is an interesting challenge because they are mobile, limited in size, and waterborne. Expanding some definitions, however, ...
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The Storm of Time

One moment we were in a raging storm that tossed our Brigantine about as if it were a nothing but ...
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Unlocking The Mysteries of The Ways

(Author’s note, just because this article repeatedly cites locations on the earth, does not necessarily mean that these concepts aren’t ...
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Interesting types of pollution Part 1

Pollution is a real world occurrence that has serious consequences, both in terms of exposure to it, but in its ...
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The Cold Gate Clan

(Author’s note: I know I promised more on pollution next time, but was wanting to give the topic a break. ...
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Using Pollution in Your Game

“Pollution?” I can hear you asking “why should a real life trouble like that be an interesting hazard in a ...
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The City of Quaymire

The city of Quaymire is a coastal city in the perpetually fogbound swamp, although the name “city” is a bit ...
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King of Games Background

King of Games Background By: Jesse C Cohoon   The King of Games is a concept that’s in popular culture: ...
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Dancing Monk Background

Dancing Monk Background By: Jesse C Cohoon In this article I’m not seeking to reinvent the wheel. A basic outline ...