Rob's To-do list

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Rob's To-do list

Postby Maugh » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:55 pm

Rob's Task List, in order of current priority:

Mountain Critter Compendium
Cave CC
Jungle CC
Organize Crimson Realms
Work on CR map
complete full UMA descriptions,
Weapon Sketches
Organize World History
write up Dming Chapter for vol 1
Write up CR chapter for vol 1
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Re: Rob's To-do list

Postby James » Tue Apr 06, 2010 1:36 pm

I was just thinking. The only other RPG games that I have played are the D&D and d20 Modern and the DM book for D&D had a large section on building encounters, traps, etc. Would you like anything that I have done for the any of the campaigns for this such as the Harem's ward house (they avoided), or the dragon tomb; of the trap Death House for charisma and steel or any of the dozens of such things I have done over the years?
I think I know how to Storytell pretty well and if you want any help, I can do some inbetween monster mashing and cooking up adventures.
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Re: Rob's To-do list

Postby Maugh » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:34 pm

We should have a full chapter on traps, but I'm not sure they fit in the first book. The first book is going to have a chapter on general Storytelling advice and how to run a game, but not necessarily content. A chapter full of specific traps and puzzles would be very nice, but it might fit better with the M.M. books or with the magic item book.

But yeah, if you wanted to compile a list of traps, including the materials required and the tinker/perception/dodge skills in order to craft, neutralize or avoid them, that would be great.
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