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Troy’s Crock Pot: Indy, why does the floor move?
Posted By Troy E. Taylor On May 22, 2008 @ 1:16 am In Crock Pot,GMing Advice,Specific RPGs | 8 Comments
What’s the Crock Pot? Just a simmering bowl of lentils and herbs, with a dash of DMing observations. Don’t be afraid to dip in your ladle and stir, or throw in something from your own spice rack.
I’m installing laminate flooring in the front room of my house. It’s this stuff that looks like hardwood, but isn’t, so it’s cheaper. Anyway, the laminate boards are about four feet long and more than a foot wide, and you place them by interlocking a row of them together, then doing the same with the previous row you laid down. Wouldn’t it be cool if D&D designed Dungeons Tiles to do the same thing, so they wouldn’t slide around the tabletop so much? (Oh, I guess they don’t slide on the virtual table top).
I ran an Eberron-themed game at a local convention recently. I used a Hot Wheels-brand “dragstar” tractor as an infernal steampunk machine as part of the minis display. I thought it was cool. Crank her up, boys.
Will I be able to use my Paizo-brand critical hit deck with Fourth Edition? I wonder.
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