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What marked the shift in RPGs away from OD&D and AD&D's historically accurate aesthetics and medieval setting sensibilities, and towards video gamey fantasy armor and Wild West with a medieval skin?
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Obscure mythological creatures

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Hello /tg/. I'm going to be GMing and I need only your most obscure monsters.
No stat blocks necessary, just weird off the wall shit. If it's the kind of creature that causes your milk to sour, or travels by gusts of winds and leaves mysterious cuts on people's ankles, or stalks you invisibly until you let it pass with an "after you, betobeto-san", it's the kind of creature I need. My players are all savvy and experienced so it's hard to surprise them without making things up whole cloth.
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/ocyoag/ - Overlord CYOA General

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>Anon why don't you make new threads edition
Previous thread: >>69408644

OP Pastebin:
You can find the Overlord CYOA and other important links here.

>Player Council
>Doubles Tournament
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How do you make gemology/gems interesting in your setting? Do you use them to make lightsabers, catalysts for spells and/or as a simple way to carry retarded amounts of money?
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>the setting detail explicitly stated that we're playing in the trade capital of the world where all manner of creatures meet and do business
>but every single NPC we meet treats us like garbage because we're of a different race
>technology is stuck in the standard fantasy limbo
>but for some reason there's such thing as ID and if you're not carrying papers you're a criminal
>guards keep interrupting the daily life of citizenry, locking down the city gates and shoving everyone in their homes without as much as an attempt to explain themselves and use deadly force at the drop of a hat
>but there's no such thing as lawyers and ordinary citizens will gladly side with the guards no matter what
>when you're inevitably arrested for obstructing the law, you'll be beaten and raped because that's what people do for fun around here
>but if you're trying to get arrested to reconnect with your party members, every guardsman you meet suddenly becomes a paragon of virtue and pacifism who will chuckle and waggle fingers at people who're going around causing mayhem
I've learned my lesson, now let me go back to being a ForeverDM.
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/mgw/ - Monster Girl Worldbuilding

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Orc Housewife Edition.

Previous: >>69276035

We talk about monster girls and build a setting for them. We can all post pics and images and art of Monster Girl Encyclopedia monster girls and talk about them, but bear in mind this is not KCs MGE canon to the letter. Seriously lads, a lot of people have their ideas and they aren't all the same, we can all agree to disagree. (Just remember to have fun!)

Warhammer Fantasy roleplay homebrew link:
>Comments are enabled for a reason. Feel free to help out.

Dungeon World Monster Classes.

Genesys Monstergirl races:

Monster Girl Adventures:

Ideas from previous threads:

Wikis for popular monster girl settings:

Monster Musume (Everyday Life with Monster Girls):

Monster Girl Encyclopedia:

Monster Girl Quest:
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>the party stumbles into a high society get together
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!!7HruyTzhj2v No.69299682 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Storythread: just a friendly reminder that NaNoWriMo (National November Write Month) is ongoing. Because as everyone knows, this time of year has been scientifically selected as the time of year when the demon Procrastination is weakest.

This is a thread for creative writing of /tg/-related fiction (so epic campaign greentexts and other non-fiction go elsewhere). If you have /tg/ related stories to post, post them here, and hopefully some kind anon will give you feedback. Or at least acknowledge that someone did actually read it, which let's face it is what writefags really want.

What counts as /tg/-related? Anything someone could plausibly use in a campaign (which means basically anything if you have enough imagination).

If you don't have a story ready then I and other anons will be posting pictures throughout the thread for you to test your writing skills on. This is, more or less, a world-building and character-building exercise: two vital skills for playing roleplaying games. If you don't have any pics to post, you could try posting an idea for a setting or a character, and maybe someone will be willing to write a story using it.

Remember that writefags love to have feedback on their work. Writing takes a long time, especially stories that go over several posts, and it can be really depressing when no one even seems to read it (and the writer won't know you read it unless you leave a comment).

And since writing takes a long time remember to keep the thread bumped. Pics are good, feedback is better.

There is a discord for writers:

The previous thread can still be found in the archive here
if you have any comments about the stories posted there

Don't forget to check out past stories on our wiki page:
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What is the most unique type of magic in your setting?
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Alignment question in Pathfinder 2

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First session of a campaign, PF2, playing a champion who's a Paladin Champion.

Party is in town, paladin gets 5g pickpocketed, they pursue the thief, end up letting them keep it out of sympathy because the thief is a 14 year old beggar.
Later find that same thief in court being accused of stealing by a random merchant in front of the Queen of the land.
Queen explains that the penalty for petty theft is hand removal. Paladin says they willingly let the thief keep the gold, queen says even if they don't want to press charges the penalty for theft is hand removal. Paladin lies and says they gave the thief the gold willingly. DM decides that's not a lawful good act to lie to an authority figure and tries to force an alignment shift to Chaotic Good and cause the loss of Paladin powers.
What do you guys think? Should I even keep playing? The DM in question has openly stated they hate Lawful Good characters in their campaigns because "nobody knows how to play them right." Not really sure how to remedy this situation.
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