So one of the things that drives me nuts as a GM is having the mage player always trying to borrow the core rule book to look up the stats for their spells. Like I am going to tell them no they can not look up a rule. However, it is disruptive to the game as they are often wanting to look at all the pages that I have book marked.
So what I have made is a cool hangout where you can print out the player's spells. No more flipping through my book in the middle of the game!
This is a simple (And Free) handout to give to your mage characters/players. The idea is that if they are using this to record their spells they are not spending time disrupting the game to look up the spell information. and it looks cool
Just a few weeks aways before we get a working prototype!!! I can't tell you how excited I am about this. There is something about seeing a product that you have been working on for years take physical form.
I'm currently working on the web page for Invoke trying to make it as awesome as the game. Some of the things the site will have.
Full rules on how to play Invoke
Known Spells and how to use them.
EVEN MORE spells if you are a registered user
How to play Videos that we hope will be entertaining enough even if you don't play
It's an odd thing. I am not sure how it works but sometime I practice too much. I have been working on some new painting techniques for weeks now and for some reason I was not able to get it no matter how hard I tried. I go away go away for the weekend come back and pow!! I am able to do it correctly the first attempt. Then repeat the process.
I have seen this happen in the martial arts and dancing as well. Totally unable to do it correctly after a week of hard work and after a short break its almost like by brain needed time to process it in the background.
Painting like many things requires practice. And many of the techniques are easy to understand but not so easy when the brush hits the canvas.. Concept, dexterity and inspiration need to all be in agreement for art to happen.
I am curious if anyone else have noticed jumps in painting or drawing skills after a short break?
So the other day my wife encountered a redback spider while working on one of her woodworking projects. Very unlike her, she screamed as she is not one of those people who are afraid of many things. Spiders that are venomous and can put you in the hospital if not kill you is one of them. I ran over picked up a big piece of wood and crushed it. End of story.
Now I was in a gamemastering kind of mood and I started to think .. who would get the XP in that encounter? Figured this would make a great topic for Youtube.
Who Gets the XP?
So here is all the information. And you write in, Send in a video, Draw a cartoon. just tell me who should get the XP and why!
In this scenario, there are two people
Imp: The Woodworking fighter
Raised a pet wolf to 18 years old
Woodworking, Owns power tools, can fix cars
Kevin: The Bard
Not always brave
Not all that brave in real life
Imp who is only afraid of spiders screamed. This the first close encounter we have had with a Venomous Readback spider. Kevin's only interaction with the spider was to hit it with the wood.
So who get's the XP?