Neitherworld Stories is a blog about tabletop RPG gaming and game design. The blog includes open game content that you can plug directly into your d20 game. Non-d20 topics are frequently covered as well.

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  • Name This Dungeon
    on Feb 20, 2009 in map pic dungeon
    I make a map. You give it a name/theme. Then I'll fill in some details.I drew this while roleplaying, and then edited it in photoshop. What does it look like to you?
  • Nobilis Esoterica
    on Feb 18, 2009 in pic Nobilis actual play
    I suspect that everything about Nobilis is esoterica.We discussed live-action Nobilis last Tuesday, and decided that a proper resolution system would involve plucking flower petals in a "He loves me. He loves me not." sort of way.This is more am
  • Dresden Files RPG
    on Feb 17, 2009 in Woodstock FATE
    Have I mentioned how much I am looking forward to the Dresden Files RPG?Yeah, I know I have. If you haven't done so, you should check out the website for the game. It looks slick, plus it is being regularly updated with sneak previews focusing on pos
  • Stranger than fictionWant some inspiration for monsters? How about a graceful, translucent angel-looking-amorphous-thing that shoots tentacles out from the top of its head to catch prey. Want something more "traditional" than that? How about a 600 pound duck (realiz
  • Non-gaming Website for Gamers: WebUrbanistWebUrbanist is one of my favorite blogs. It is great for:Real-life dungeon featuresVisions of the future, both hopeful, and not so muchRandom creepinessAbandoned placesWeird architecture...and a lot more. Check it out.Tonight: Nobilis. Going to hell...
  • Great gaming tool: YourFontsI saw YourFonts over at Cool Tools the other day and immediately thought about the applications for gaming. This is a free font generation software package. You download a template and either draw/write the font by hand or create it in an image edito...
  • Woodstock: Session One
    on Feb 5, 2009 in Woodstock actual play FATE
    Character creation took up a good chunk of the evening.The PCs:Ethan: metrosexual M.D.Rory: modern-day rangerLance: crooked(?) P.I.Joan: Desert Storm veteranThe PCs are employed as troubleshooters by the Houdini Foundation, a non-profit which concern...
  • What I've been up to. . .
    on Feb 2, 2009 in game planning FATE meta food
    I realize I haven't been posting a lot of late. I've been pretty busy. Angela and I ran our first game session last night, a week earlier than we'd been planning. We had to cram a bit. I think it went well, even though I blanked on the FATE
  • Co-GMing
    on Jan 29, 2009 in GM advice GM techniques
    As I've mentioned, Angela and I are planning on jointly running a game. We've both been part of GM teams in LARPs, but neither of us has done this in a tabletop setting. In some ways, I expect this will be easier. Communication should be simple,
  • Let Google create your NPCsOver the weekend, Angela and I were working on developing our Woodstock game. We had some NPCs that we knew needed to exist, but neither of us had any immediate ideas for details to flesh them out.Then, suddenly inspired, I fired up Googlism. This is...
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