When you’re in school, it’s easy to find gamers. I remember playing with people in junior high and high school, in college and even immediately after college. But at some point it starts to get difficult. People have jobs and families and other commitments that don’t let them game as often as they’d like. Or maybe . . . → Read More: Book Review: Filling the empty chair by Johnn Four (RoleplayingTips.com)
650 City Encounter Seeds & Plots offers what you’d expect – a list of 650 thought-provoking ideas to help when planning a city-based adventure. There’s a solid mix of coincidence and deliberate attempts to suck the PCs into particular plots. And even if you don’t use them “as is” – there should be plenty there to get the creative juices flowing if you need a jump start.
The book definitely has some cool ideas between the covers – and the price (free) can’t be beat. Check out the full review over at Game Knight Reviews!
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