For #TTRPG folks who don't have minis/don't want to spend the money on them/don't want to deal with the painting. What do you use instead when you *do* use something? I have cheap plastic bags of army men and dinosaurs.
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This is mostly a note for myself, but I'll have to add a small note for 2player play to my game. Basically it'll just be the equivalent of a GM and a player, but felt it might be fun for people who want to play with others. I mean you can hack multiplayer in anyway, but still.
#dnd tip: Upset your rogues by putting in random rooms that are locked but contain absolutely nothing in them.
I thought of a reason for me to play a human fighter in #DnD. A chaotic good, he owns a feeble old horse who can barely carry him, an ill-fitting suit of armor, a lance, sword and shield. He's a 50 year old noble who seeks adventure after reading books of knights and dragons!
Does anyone know any board game manufacturers that work with small developers? I know of The Game Crafter, but am open to others as well! Just looking for when I'm ready to start producing copies of Styx and Bones so I can get an idea of what the final budget will look like! Bonus if they do tin boxes because I'd love to do that with Styx and Bones!
I started the monster stats in April. I finished the rough draft today. That means I just need to start testing and balancing and making the items to boost where necessary and I'll be ready for open testing :D
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