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GMless Tabletop RPG Have you ever played a GMless tabletop RPG? They’re beginning to become more common, but it’s difficult for games to get right. There are a lot of advantages to having a game master at the table. Game masters create or provide: Worlds Locations NPCs Monsters Villains And unique items They even weave …

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TTRPG The term TTRPG stands for tabletop roleplay game (or tabletop RPG). TTRPGs are the “old-school” equivalent of video game RPGs. The main difference being that games usually take place between a group of players all sitting around a table, and action primarily takes place in the “theater of the mind.” Even as video game …

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Eternity RPG Class: The Oracle In our last blog post about Eternity RPG Classes we covered the Paladin, which you can read here. Today we’re talking about another Eternity RPG Class: the Oracle. Inspiration For The Oracle Eternity RPG has gone through many iterations. We’ve been gaming using this tabletop RPG since 2009 (if you’re …

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Eternity RPG Origins Eternity RPG used to be called “FF Game.” I began writing it as a fun project following my freshman year of college. It had been a rough year and I was going to be changing majors for the next semester. So, it was sort of a comfort for me to create another …

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Eternity RPG Classes: The Paladin In our last blog post about Eternity RPG Classes we covered the Assassin, which you can read here. Today we’re talking about the Paladin. Inspiration For The Paladin The first ever “edition” of Eternity RPG did not have a paladin class. That first edition was fondly called “FF Game,” and …

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Eternity RPG: The Assassin In our last blog post about Eternity Classes we covered the Berserker, which you can read here. Today we’re talking about Eternity RPG: the Assassin.   The Assassin In History The word “assassin” pulls up imagery of a person stealthily entering a premise with the intent to silently kill a prominent …

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Why Eternity RPG Uses Group Storytelling Most tabletop RPGs use a game master. Many of you who have played RPGs for a long time are more than familiar with what I’m talking about. It’s a staple of the genre: five people get together on a Saturday night. There will be four players, and one GM …

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After Armageddon: 6) Requiem Labyrinths Read Part 5 of After Armageddon: Very Insincere Forgiveness…   Why did killing this lesser lord who’d just declared himself “king” of the Northern reaches of Eboncrest matter when they’d just handed over the key to becoming an Eternal? Ranroth didn’t seem intent on using the item. Achilles and Andiel …

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After Armageddon: 5) Very Insincere Forgiveness Read Part 4 of After Armageddon: Hunting the Jester… The “mage turret” who stood before them now had raised an undead army, which already had Achilles and Andiel surrounded. Their short foray into the swamps had already proven to be a more dangerous path than they’d intended. The dark …

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The blue cronos armlet on his left arm. Black on his right – the essence of a god spear contained within. The Jester’s face gleamed with manic delight upon seeing the orb so close to “Sweet” JP’s hand, yet not quite gained. His eyes filled with tears for an entirely different reason. Suddenly, his face …

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