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When will the nightmare end?

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Dicey Situations: How To Turn Random Encounters Into Full-Fledged Adventures

As you step into the quaint country tavern, eager for a pint and a bite to eat after a long day on the road, you overhear a farmer complaining loudly of his pigs going missing in the night. The fellow he’s talking to spits and says “I suspect I know what did that! I caught […]

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Tunic’s Writing System – New Font! [SPOILERS]

Update: An earlier version of this font used . (period) for syllable inversion. The new version uses _ (underscore) instead. I haven’t even played this game yet, but I saw that it had its own writing system, so I decided to jump on creating a font for it! First things first, here’s the download: Tunic […]

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I Made Another Font for Hylian (From The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time [3D])

Download: OcarinaOfTime.zip Not content to remaster fonts from one Zelda game, I have created one for Ocarina of Time! Behold: This font is the version featured in Ocarina of Time 3D and the Hyrule Encyclopedia. It is set up so you can type romaji and get the syllable glyphs shown in the table above (limited […]

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An Improved Modern Hylian Font (From The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker)

Font download: WindWaker.zip If you’ve ever played Link’s cel-shaded seafaring adventure on the GameCube (or its HD remake), you’re no doubt familiar with the writing that is the subject of this post. It features prominently throughout the game, written on signs, letters, and maps, and even appearing in speech boxes. Perhaps you have wondered if […]

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To Catch Starlight

13.7 billion years ago, the first stars formed. 4.5 billion years ago, the Earth, our only home, coalesced from a cloud of dust. 3.5 billion years ago, life arose on our world. 440 million years ago, the first land animals left the primordial ocean behind 65 million years ago, some of the earliest mammals survived […]

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REKS 1.7 Released! (Roll20 Enhanced Keyboard Shortcuts)

Quite a few updates have come out since my last post about REKS, so I figured it was high time I talked about those! Just looking for the user script? Grab it here. Since v1.0, I’ve added the following features and improvements to REKS: Better Dice Rolling The dice roller (\r) now supports all Roll20 […]

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[New Release] Enhanced Keyboard Shortcuts For Roll20 (v1.0)

Are you running tabletop RPGs in Roll20 and finding yourself frustrated by the limitations of its keyboard shortcuts? Want to control audio, automate combat, roll dice, and even create characters and handouts all from the comfort of the keyboard, and without having to spring for a pro account? Perhaps you’re looking to drive Roll20 with […]

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Roll20 Bookmarklets v1.2 (Now With Dice Roller) + New Stream Deck Setup!

Last month I showed off my Stream Deck setup for Roll20 and followed it up with a suite of bookmarklets for improved music controls. A few days ago I got an email from a reader who discovered that the dice roller setup I presented in the original Stream Deck post didn’t work with the chat […]

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Ancient School Roleplaying: No Rules, Just Right

The first proper wargame, called, appropriately enough, Kriegsspiel (“wargame” in German) was developed in the first half of the 19th century, initially as a curiosity. By 1860, it had achieved broad adoption as a training tool for the Prussian military. But In 1873, Lieutenant Wilhelm Jacob Meckel published a treatise citing four complaints about the […]