Overview for 'roleplaying'
This is the old/original website of Mystic Arena. It was an e-mail based roleplaying/gladiator-combat game that I wrote many years ago (1997 or so), originally for a couple of my friends to have some fun. It became popular, then famous, through word-of-mouth alone, and soon was an international gam…Read More »
The Riddle of Steel
While playing Driftwood Publishing's The Riddle of Steel roleplaying game with my regular gaming group, I wrote a couple of homebrew rules, adventures and other contributions. They can all be found on their own mini-page. My homebrew rules, adventures and other contributions to Driftwood Publishi…Read More »
Another pen-and-paper roleplaying game, Amber Diceless Roleplaying by Erick Wujcik, for which I wrote homebrew rules and some more character details, etc. The page also contained character logs, quotes and so on from our regular group. All this content is in German, and on its own mini-page. home…Read More »
Legends is a game of storytelling. Nowhere in the game does anything happen because of a button click or a mouse movement. Everything in the game happens through narration. The game was conceptualized as a forum-game on the BattleMaster forum, continuing a game concept from SpellMaster times. Th…Read More »
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