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Welcome to Salroth

Salroth is an online community dedicated to play by post (PBP) roleplaying.

We love all systems here: Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, GURPS, D20 Modern, World of Darkness, CyberPunk, Paranoia and any other system we can get our hands on!

Our community is an active and friendly one - we have a laid back attitude and our focus is fun for all our members.

So if youíre into roleplaying and want to hang out with some of the nicest people on the Internet, register and join the Salroth family!

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From Geek & Sundry:

"Hardcore Dungeon & Dragons enthusiast Miguel Zavala has taken it upon himself to use his hobby of 3D design and printing to make the world a better place. How? By creating a library of every monster from the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual as 3D-printable miniature patterns. The library includes the entire monster manual, plus all the miscellaneous creatures from Appendix A and the NPCs from Appendix B. Thatís nearly 300 figures that you can print for your own games."


Now, does anyone have a 3D printer I could borrow?  :gameon:
That's probably enough alliteration for now. We don't want to induce D6 SAN loss or enrage the Miskatonic University library staff  :cthulhu:

For those of you who like a bit of Eldrich Horror, there's a reread blog going on over at tor.com (link below).

Worth a read, IMHO.

Nothing is more important to a story than its characters. Storytelling, in any culture and in any time period, is at its core about human events. Even if the story tells the deeds of great nations, ideologies or universal truths, the pillars it rests on will always be the characters that move the narrative. A story without great characters is like a house without the people that call it a home.

Writing characters, however, presents one of the greatest challenges in storytelling. And that is due to the peculiar fact that characters are among both the easiest and hardest things to write. What I mean by this is the use of tropes to create...

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IMHO, an interesting article about secrets and role-playing. Ignore the art about D&D, I think the column could be applied to lots of games.


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