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EDH/Commander General /edhg/

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RESOURCES
>Official Site: Contains deck building rules and the current ban list.
http://www.mtgcommander.net

>Deck List Site: You can search for decks that other people have made. Authors often have comments that explain their deck strategy and card choices.
http://www.tappedout.net

>Statistically see what everyone else puts in their commander decks based on what is posted to the internet.
http://www.edhrec.com/

>Find out what lands you can add to your deck, sorted by category, based on a chosen color identity.
http://mtglands.com/

CARD SEARCH
>Official search site.
http://gatherer.wizards.com/

>Unofficial, but has GOAT search interface, more cards, and a deckbuilder.
http://scryfall.com

>Thread Question
How did you find your current playgroup?
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/MG/ - Mapping General: Back to the Roots Edition

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ITT:
>post maps of any kind (dungeon, overworld, social hierarchy, WIPs, etc.)
>critique different maps and discuss techniques, programs, etc.

FAQ:
>I can't into art, what programs can I use to make a decent-looking map?
- Inkarnate is okay, if you don't mind the lack of an undo button.
- Wonderdraft is good, if you don't mind paying $20 or putting in some effort acquiring it from the PDF Share Thread
- Hexographer is decent if an old-school hex map is what you are looking for.
- Azgaar's random generator is good if you need continent ideas
- Alternative random generators:
>http://procgenesis.com/WorldGen/worldgen.html
>https://topps.diku.dk/torbenm/maps.msp

>My continents looks like hideous blobs, what should I do?
Although this is case-by-case kind of thing, try making ultra straight and smooth coastlines a little more jagged, and also look at IRL continents and islands to draw inspiration from their shapes and various details.

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/fwwg/ Fallout wasteland warfare general

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Cyber Dog edition
>where to get it
https://www.modiphius.com/fallout.html
>how to play
https://youtu.be/3LeNlL4iRSw

Lore discussion is also welcomed
Pre-War thread: >>69287347
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What is the cringiest RPG you've ever read/played?
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What's up with lamia referring to both lion women and snake women?
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Warhammer 40,000 General - /40kg/

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>kills shite age, cucks of waac, benchedmark, a fad of ice and fire, and kong quest last argument of queenz
Psh... nothing personnel...
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This is your map for tonight game.
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Magic Returns

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Hey, so it's Halloween tomorrow, and that got me thinking, what if, one Halloween, magic started coming into/coming back into our world? Have you ever dealt with something like that in one of your settings/games, etc, with something that you came up with or otherwise? What happened, and was it a net positive or negative for the world and humanity? If magic previously existed in your setting, what caused it to go away and were there any traces left in the world? Also, when is a good point in history for such an event to occur, and why? What about what caused it to come back, or come into our world if it didn't previously exist? Was it deliberate, accidental, or simply a semi-natural occurrence? What were the first noticeable effects? Did any supernatural beings or monsters appear? How was magic first utilized? BTW, Happy Halloween!
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>Even the villain is shocked at the misdeeds of so called "heroes", and calls them out on their massive hypocrisy.
It's such a good trope, but it never works, because it's only justified against murderhobos, and murderhobos won't care.
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