Guilherme's meta-pamphlet about making #TTRPG pamphlets covers basic Typography, negative space, layout tips, print info and public domain images.
@SharangBiswas You don't need to buy.
It's free. 😉
A quick glimpse of my card-based superhero RPG, as it sits before playtesting begins: https://www.donbisdorf.com/blog/a-deck-full-of-heroes
I had a much better photo of the #lightsforliberty event in Petoskey, but my phone ate it. This is the shot that survived.
I think mantles and conditions (like in Dresden Files and Accelerated) might give me the quick-start Girl Genius characters I'm looking for. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nDpl_I6aMM7hqI7uqlTs5WdD0jQy5ar-
I'm dusting off Other Worlds (https://otherworldsrpg.wordpress.com/) for an upcoming Star Wars session. I remember now what I loved about this game: how it bakes detailed worldbuilding and character history into the character sheet while preserving simple narrative-focused resolution rules.
Friend: “what’s your favorite sorting algorithm?”
Me: “Hungarian folk dance.”
(Yes this video is old, but it’s a classic don’t @ me)
Writer, game designer, software developer. My latest projects are at donbisdorf.com and dbisdorf.itch.io. He/him.
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