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LotFP Rules & Magic Review

Lamentations of the Flame Princess
Player Core Book: Rules & Magic

History lesson time, kids!  Back around the year 2000, Wizards of the Coast created the Open Gaming Licence (OGL) and applied it to all of the older Dungeons & Dragons editions they had previously acquired with the purchase of TSR, Inc. While they did try to back peddle this license with the 4th Edition of D&D, they soon saw that it provided a huge boon to both the industry and their own business.  It allowed other publishers to create content that could bring new players to their own products. It also started a new style of RPG games, generally known as the Old School Renaissance or Old School Revival (OSR). Many of the these are simply D&D “retro-clones”...
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Tips and tricks to make you a better gamer by Daniel Daubenspeck

Hello gamers, and welcome to the first installment of “Under the Tabletop”!  In this series I’ll discuss ways you can expand your role-playing, tackle tough problems at the gaming table, and take advantage of various tips and tricks for an overall better tabletop experience.

In this first article I’ll be discussing the most important thing to enjoying your tabletop experience: being a good gamer.  This has nothing to do with how well you build a character or how amazing you are at tactical combat and bypassing challenges, but how you approach being part of a gaming group...

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