The game is a symphony.— Kevin
The system is the musical score.
The players are the musicians and the instruments.
The GM is merely conducting.
Alone there is no music.
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d6-lite RPG Game Rules
- Alien d6-lite
- Call of d6-lite
- Chrome d6-lite
- Dinosaur Wranglers d6-lite
- Modern d6-lite
- Noir d6-lite
- Spy d6-lite
- Super d6-lite
- Western d6-lite
- Zombie d6-lite
d6-lite RPG Game Adventures
- Zombie d6-lite
Astrolomancer RPG Game Rules
Astrolomancer RPG Adventures
KORE RPG Game Rules
Other RPG Game Rules
KORPG™ Dice Roller
Result: 1e6 = 2 (0 explosions)
Category Archives: What’s at this Intersection?
A year of great change for KORPG™
2011 was a year that can really only speak for itself. As with all things, there were highs and lows for KORPG™. Some were expected and others were quite unanticipated. There were some really insightful (in my opinion) posts, and … Continue reading →
Businesses. That's what's at this intersection.
This post is for April’s RPG Blog Carnival on the topic of Cartography in RPGs hosted at A Character for Every Game. I’m not really what you’d call an artist. My maps are usually nothing more than a hastily drawn … Continue reading →
Because sometimes you draw a blank
With their characters standing at the corner of Walk and Don’t Walk, the players asked a simple question. All eyes fell upon the GM to instantly come up with an answer. “What’s at this intersection?” they queried. Well, fear no … Continue reading →
Gettin' dirty at the intersection
Sometimes you’ve just got to tear something down in order to build something new. Nobody outgrows playing in the dirt. Nobody. Also, why are there always one or two cones tipped on their side? Is that a Universal Law I’m … Continue reading →
Tourism at the intersection
Kids asking, “Are we there yet?” Wife questioning your navigational skills? Suddenly realized you don’t remember the last few miles of this stretch of road? Not to worry, we have reasonably priced rooms where you can rest your head and … Continue reading →