This, the Final Installment of the RPG planning pages, is HUGE. There’s a ton of random, I wasn’t sure what category it should go in kind of sheets here that a basic blurb is almost impossible. Continue reading →
It’s been a time. 🙂 This installment has almost everything travel related for you to plan out! I love having a good bit of detail for any major trade routes and travel routes all planned out, so that there’s nice already there routes if your characters wish to use them, or if you have them guarding caravans!
Anyone who’s met me, has probably met me due to my involvement with the Society of Creative Anachronism. It’s a living history group that’s a lot of fun. Now, during these Plague times, we haven’t been doing the things we usually do, but that just means we all have a ton of time to make all of the things we enjoy.
It’s a group where you get dressed up in a reasonable facsimile of clothing from between the dawn of man and 1603. And by reasonable, it’s supposed to mean that if you take a bedsheet and make it into a tunic and wear some scrub or pj pants, it works. 🙂 there are people who work towards as absolutely accurate as possible, but most people settle in to a comfortable blend of modern comfort and historical adequacy.
What is D&D without the treasures you pick up? I tend toward using websites with random treasure generators for everything except what’s important, so I didn’t do a treasure generator sheet. I figure you’re all smart enough to figure out how to make your own on filler paper if you want, or make up what you want to give them each! Continue reading →
This will be short, as I currently only have two worksheets for creatures! But, well, you can print out as many as you want to, because what’s a role playing game without monsters to kill, and critters to tame?