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  • 20:29 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on Raspberry Pi als privater Email Server . . . . AlexSchroeder Beim Austauschen aller Schlüssel und dem Ändern aller Passwörter ist mir aufgefallen, dass ein Schritt in meiner Kette nicht mehr funktioniert. Im Artikel selber schrieb ich, dass im ~.fetchmailrc von meinem Benutzer zwei hosts abgefragt werden. In Tat und Wahrheit hat es aber noch einen dritten… [de]

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  • 21:49 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-12-31 Scanner Again . . . . AlexSchroeder Wow, it works! At first I was confused because I got a low-resolution image every time. Then I saw the menu item "show resolution list" and managed to switch to 300 dpi. Thanks for the pointer! [en]
  • 12:54 UTC (new) (history) 2014-03-30 Switzerlad D&D . . . . AlexSchroeder Recently I found this blog post about Localism which ended in the question what a campaign would look like if it were located in the are you live in. For the north of Switzerland: Forested hills. Dark and forbidding forests full of bandits. Trails connecting villages across along the ridges.… [en]

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  • 12:50 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2014-03-24 Torchbearer . . . . AlexSchroeder As I was reading Ramanan's post and the comments, I went looking for those threads where Luke and Thor reported on their BX D&D gaming. "We've been playing D&D at BWHQ for the past four months…" on Google+ "I'm sort of embarrassed by how excited I am about this little tale of dungeon… [en]

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  • 09:26 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2014-03-18 Why You So Quiet . . . . AlexSchroeder On the Roles, Rules, and Rolls blog Roger the GS argues the other way: RPG Blog Dodge "wherein you resolve to dodge the topics of: ascending AC * what do hit points mean * what does [insert ability score] mean * race as class * racial level limits * gender stat limits * racial balance * class… [en]

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  • 08:22 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2009-05-25 B ⁄ X Affordances . . . . AlexSchroeder On the topic of quick character generation, here's James Young saying Char Gen is Super Boring, specially for new players. I agree! [en]
  • 07:16 UTC (new) (history) 2014-03-15 Old School Elite Monsters . . . . AlexSchroeder Double its normal hit points. Give it some sort of area attack (or several options!) that would allow it to hit 1–3 enemies a turn and particularly to be able to get at those more vulnerable ranged combatants. Increase AC, attack bonus and damage of the monster minimally—only 1–2 points. [en]

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  • 20:59 UTC (new) (history) 2014-03-10 Twenty Two Years . . . . AlexSchroeder Twenty two years ago, Claudia and I started dating. It has been the most wonderful thing to happen to me in all my life. I've become a better person, a happier person, a more responsible person, a more caring person, … the changes are innumerable. In fact, it's probably impossible to say which of… [en]

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  • 18:44 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-08-15 Webhosting in Switzerland . . . . Eric Alex, what's your plan for the Swiss web hosting? For a simple, low traffic blog one of these shared hosting will be enough: http:/www.marchionni.chwebhosting/ I try to keep the list updated and I'm using almost all of them to this day. Should write a review of each though. But if you're looking… [en]

2014-02-20

  • 17:51 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-12-06 Organizing PDFs . . . . AlexSchroeder Wow, two months later and I have finally merged all the crap on the iPad with the stuff on my hard disk. As I keep buying more and more stuff (D&D Classics), I get more and more updated products when I visit the site again. But I think I figured it out, now. On my Mac, the folders are shared!… [en]

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  • 06:27 UTC (new) (history) 2014-02-12 Red Cliff . . . . AlexSchroeder I enjoyed Red Cliff (2008) even though it contained far more battle than I cared for. I liked Tony Leung. I kept thinking about the Three Kingdoms Book I started to read and the episodes of the [Chinese History Podcast] on the end of the Han, the Three Kingdoms Period, Daoism, the huge ships and… [en]

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  • 16:11 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2014-01-27 Nethack Mapping . . . . Keith Davies Thanks. The technology isn't hard, but there was a bit of a learning curve there (that I haven't finished climbing; there has to be a better way to manage the Z-order and get hyperlinks working again in the nodes). Layout can be the challenging part for the larger ones, though. So many nodes and… [en]
  • 13:33 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on List of Open Books . . . . Maria Velasco 'The signature of all things', by Elizabeth Gilbert. Regardless of the popularity of her best seller 'Eat, Pray, Love' I feel E. Gilbert is an amazing writer. This book, SOAT, is a very feminine book and a jewel, I absolutely loved it. It is written on a Jane Austen-style. E. Gilbert said in an… [en]
  • 07:44 UTC (new) (history) 2014-01-30 Fourty Years of Dungeons and Dragons . . . . AlexSchroeder When adults do battle with pen and paper [de]

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  • 22:29 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2014-01-24 Game Music . . . . AlexSchroeder Thank you for the recommendation. :) [en]
  • 08:46 UTC (new) (history) 2014-01-24 Game Music . . . . AlexSchroeder I don't have the time to pick songs for particular scenes when I'm running the game. The only thing I barely manage to do is skip the current track if it is widely inappropriate. I also can't have songs with lyrics that distract me, nor can I have music that has me bobbing my head or tapping my… [en]

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  • 10:02 UTC (new) (history) Comments on 2014-01-12 Chase Rule . . . . AlexSchroeder In a comment, John Harper said: "The classic D&D method gives the PCs the choice to drop food and/or gold pieces to distract or delay pursuers, so it's not just 'compare movement speeds.'" I think that would be an even simpler alternative. In the days where the dungeon expedition was mostly a… [en]

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  • 23:03 UTC (new) (history) 2014-01-11 Gefolgsleute . . . . AlexSchroeder Kandidaten, welche sich vorstellen, wenn die Spielercharaktere nach Gehilfen und Gefolgsleuten suchen [de]
  • 19:24 UTC (new) (history) 2014-01-11 mkhexgrid . . . . AlexSchroeder My Old School Hex Map Tutorial tells people to use mkhexgrid, if they can. It's what I've been doing for years, now. On my wife's laptop we now run Mac 10.9 ("Maverick") and it no longer builds. As I've switched to using Homebrew, I recided to write my own Formula. If you want to try it, save it as… [en]

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  • 14:35 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-12-23 Verfolgungsjagd . . . . AlexSchroeder Nach Tim Franzkes Kommentar auf Google+ werde ich das umformulieren: Verfolgungsjagd: Wer verfolgt wird, muss 2W6 würfeln. Bei 2 haben die Häscher euch überrascht. Bei 3–6 kommt es zum Kampf. Bei 7–9 wähle zwei Punkte, bei 10–11 wähle einen Punkt, bei 12 wähle keinen Punkt aus der nachfolgenden… [de]

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  • 09:03 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-12-17 PDF Button . . . . AlexSchroeder On my Mac, I don't need it. Printing to PDF is simple. On Windows, however, I need to install a software PDF printer if I want to do this. Just recently my sister asked me for help converting a Word document she had written. She didn't manage the installation of the PDF printer software. That… [en]
  • 07:36 UTC (new) (history) 2013-12-19 Über die Bildung . . . . AlexSchroeder … auch wenn die Technologiegläubigkeit und der Optimismus unter den Verantwortlichen nicht erstaunen. [de]

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  • 21:29 UTC (new) (history) 2013-11-16 How To Run A Contest . . . . AlexSchroeder When I started running the One Page Dungeon Contest I decided that I'd document my "process" and make this information public so that anybody who is willing to put in the hours can kickstart their own process. [en]
  • 20:52 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-11-13 RPG Geek . . . . AlexSchroeder I said that I needed a better feel for the RPG Geek expectations. Well, I'm currently somewhat confused by the picture upload policy. I uploaded a public domain map of Mesopotamia for a game that is about playing heroes in a mythical Mesopotamia. It was rejected. I uploaded a map I had drawn for an… [en]

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  • 13:41 UTC (new) (history) 2013-11-13 RPG Geek . . . . AlexSchroeder Sometimes I get the feeling that people online are asking for a comprehensive RPG database of artists, editors, and so on. Well, as far as I can tell, RPG Geek serves the purpose. [en]

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  • 17:18 UTC (diff) (history) 2013-11-08 Adventure Design Contest . . . . AlexSchroeder Bryce Lynch is running an adventure design contest. Bryce is a harsh critic of RPG modules. He doesn't mince words. I happen to agree with his taste, however, which is why I generally enjoy reading his reviews.

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  • 11:04 UTC (new) (history) 2013-10-29 How To Run Fate . . . . AlexSchroeder Prepare a sheet of paper with ideas. List NPCs (machines, programs, robots), rooms and the challenges they pose (stuff to reconnect, overcome, evade), tidbits you want to reveal, decisions that need to be made, consequences you'd like to see, and so on. [en]

2013-10-24

  • 18:25 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-08-02 Fetchmail and Gmail . . . . Rad Incorrect Harald. The same thing happens with IMAP, except I have 740,000 messages in my inbox! fetchmail: skipping message webalert@cldssinc.com@gmail-imap.l.google.com:739191 not flushed fetchmail: skipping message webalert@cldssinc.com@gmail-imap.l.google.com:739192 not flushed fetchmail:… [en]

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  • 10:42 UTC (new) (history) 2013-10-23 Settlements in Sandboxes . . . . AlexSchroeder Recently, Gregor Vuga summarized the West Marches campaign model as "one safe home base + lots of very dangerous wilderness" and wondered about adding cities that are "interesting places where there might be a lot to do". Here's what I wrote. [en]

2013-10-22

  • 14:17 UTC (new) (history) 2013-10-22 Random Names on IRC . . . . AlexSchroeder Sometimes I wonder whether nicks on IRC give too much away. Sex, cultural background, … So here's an experiment. Do you treat the people the same if you can't see their nick names? [en]

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  • 20:57 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-10-16 Knowledge Skill and Narration Rights . . . . Ynas Midgard The first part, I'd like to clarify. Players obviously control some part of the fiction; their characters and the fictional representation of actions initiated by them (and sometimes actions they were forced to take). However, players are generally not given control over facts of the world. For… [en]

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  • 09:27 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-09-26 Free Stuff . . . . AlexSchroeder I found another discussion on Google+, this time by Joe Naylor. He wondered "I'd like to know what you think is a reasonable price for a PDF." Once again I couldn't stop myself from commenting. :) I wrote: "I'm willing to pay more–a lot more–for things that aren't available for free. In other… [en]

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  • 07:58 UTC (new) (history) 2013-10-02 Qelong in Play . . . . AlexSchroeder What do you think? Not enough atmosphere? Just enough atmosphere? Quicker than you thought? Does this session summary make you want to tweak the encounters in the Qelong book? [en]

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  • 09:13 UTC (new) (history) 2013-12 Book Club . . . . Uli What: / Dear Tom / by / Tom Courtenay/ When: 18 December, 19:30 – RSVP on Meetup (optional )) Where: [Bistro Lochergut] (tram 2+3 'Lochergut') Description by Amazon: When Tom Courtenay left his home in Hull to study in London his mother Annie wrote him letters every week. In them she would observe… [en]
  • 09:09 UTC (new) (history) 2013-11 Book Club . . . . Uli New meeting entry [en]
  • 09:05 UTC (new) (history) 2013-10 Book Club . . . . Uli New meeting entry [en]

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  • 17:51 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2012-06-20 Hexcrawl Procedure . . . . John Bell Heya, The procedure's actually pretty simple to run in practice. What makes it look complex is all the reminders to have people keep accurate records and to remember to ask the relevant questions. In play each chunk goes something like: "Are we lost?" "No. You have the river on your right still."… [en]

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  • 14:13 UTC (new) (history) 2013-09-05 Treasure . . . . AlexSchroeder Courtney recently talked about treasure design on his blog. I use treasure for advancement and I agree with his assessment: random generation is makes players come back for more. [en]

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  • 12:50 UTC (diff) (history) 2013-08-19 Skills Inspired By Apocalypse World . . . . AlexSchroeder Recently I was writing about The Seclusium of Orphone of the Three Visions and forgot to mention the house rules appendix at the very end. On those two pages, Vincent Baker introduces his favorite form of perception test—essentially a skill system. [en]

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  • 06:26 UTC (new) (history) 2013-08-08 Looking for New Games . . . . AlexSchroeder Things I'm currently interested in: Saga of the Icelanders, Owl Hoot Trail. What else should I be looking at? I don't think that I need more dungeon explaration games on my list since I'm happy with classic D&D as it is. [en]

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  • 09:40 UTC (new) (history) 2013-08-06 The Seclusium of Orphone of the Three Visions . . . . AlexSchroeder I wrote this on Google+ and it grew and grew and now I think I should put it on my blog as well. I've been using Vincent Baker's The Seclusium of Orphone of the Three Visions to work on an upcoming adventure (which I haven't finished, yet). Before buying it, I had heard that it wasn't creative . . . [en]

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  • 09:19 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-30 Politics . . . . AlexSchroeder Looking back at how things have gone in the last year I'd say that all my RPG conversation has moved to Google+ and this wiki-blog is bit a repository of things I don't want to loose when Google+ is shut down. All my political thoughts are on Twitter: @kensanata and I'm almost exclusively . . . [en]

2013-07-29

  • 13:18 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-29 Setting Introductions . . . . AlexSchroeder Recently somebody wondered about [setting accessibility] and considered writing an intro for the players. Here's what I wrote in response. I find that writing a setting intro for players is usually a waste of time. They won't read it and you'll be angry. I find it easier to introduce setting piece . . . [en]
  • 08:22 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-29 Urban Campaigns . . . . AlexSchroeder The awesome Kevin Crawford of Sine Nomine left a great comment on Google+ when Reese Laundry asked about urban campaigns [en]

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  • 09:43 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-24 Drellin’s Fall . . . . AlexSchroeder Today I will be running Red Hand of Doom using Labyrinth Lord rules for a friend of his and his kids again. Some notes for myself regarding the fall of Drelling: "Goblins on the western shore!" Join Captain Soranna and her militia as they cross over? * Tags: [en]

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  • 05:14 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-07-19 Pacific Rim . . . . AlexSchroeder Yeah. -> Pan's Labyrinth (en) was great visually and it had a disturbing plot. A haunting movie and no comparison. And I'm saying that even though I felt Pan's Labyrinth was too bleak. I felt punched afterwards. As one should feel considering a civil war I fear. [en]

2013-07-19

  • 23:07 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-19 Pacific Rim . . . . AlexSchroeder I felt about 25 years too old for this movie. It was a tiny bit better than Transformers. No quiet moments and insights like Blade Runner. No mystic undercurrents like Neon Genesis Evangelion. No character interplay like in Mass Effect. No singing and romance in Robotech. No strangeness like in . . . [en]

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  • 20:14 UTC (new) (history) Comments on 2013-01-23 Handyman . . . . AlexSchroeder I recently needed to replace the lens cover again. And a day later it falls to the floor and the back cover shatters. Aaaaargh! Ordering one more spare lens cover and a new back cover. Luckily, this stuff is cheap. [en]
  • 06:15 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-18 Who Is Boss . . . . AlexSchroeder Every now and then I think of something related to artificial intelligence but forget to write it down. And then I forget it. Today I dreamt of something related to artificial intelligence and wrote it down in my dream so I would not forget. And I did not. Here it is. I saw two robots, and one of . . . [en]

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  • 08:48 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-07-15 Nighttrain to Lisbon . . . . AlexSchroeder I have the book lying around somewhere, so perhaps I will pick it up even though the movie did a bad job advertising it. I guess the occasional quotes from Amadeu de Prado's book are supposed to invoke these moments of introspection. The cutting was too eager for this to work, I think. Compare . . . [en]
  • 07:14 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-15 Nighttrain to Lisbon . . . . AlexSchroeder I watched Nighttrain to Lisbon (mostly because I learned that my stepbrother was involved in one of the songs via Trio Fado) which had some nice pictures of Lisbon and some interesting aspects of living under the fascist regime of Salazar and his secret police. A terrible thing. The aspects I did . . . [en]

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  • 10:15 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-13 The Grandmaster . . . . AlexSchroeder Beautiful costumes and sets, beautiful choreographers without slapstick humor, a message in favor of martial arts and against style chauvinism. The romance plot wasn't as thick as it sometimes is in Wong Karen Wai movies and cinematography was not done by Christopher Doyle but I still liked it very . . . [en]

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  • 08:31 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-07-02 Initiative . . . . AlexSchroeder Ynas, I think you are absolutely correct. All actions can be resolved simultaneously until there are important consequences—until one character or enemy is about to die. I guess there will be occasional problems in three-way actions: A kills B and B kills C, now resolve initiative. I imagine an . . . [en]

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  • 08:20 UTC (new) (history) 2013-07-02 Initiative . . . . AlexSchroeder In short: player characters benefit from a bonus to initiative only in the very last round. That seems to be a very minor benefit when compared with the increased complexity at the table. [de, en]

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  • 21:03 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-06-29 Chain . . . . AlexSchroeder Yeah, I try to enforce movement rates but in the simple Basic rules, all metal armor is equal when it comes to movement. I guess thinking of AC as a class feature instead of an upgrade works for me. As for elven chain mail: in my game it doesn't grant AC bonus but it only encumbers like leather, . . . [en]
  • 09:40 UTC (new) (history) 2013-06-29 Chain . . . . AlexSchroeder I recently switched to the Moldvay Basic D&D price list. You can find a copy at the end of this blog post. The most obvious change is the price reduction for plate mail: leather is 20gp, chain is 40gp, plate is 60gp. The effect on my game? I think the main result is that player characters don't . . . [en]

2013-06-28

  • 09:13 UTC (new) (history) 2013-06-28 Red Hand of Doom Treasure . . . . AlexSchroeder The black dragon hoard is rolled up at the table, by the players. They love doing this. Unfortunately, that also means I didn't write it down. They did. They really love rolling up treasure. [en]

2013-06-27

  • 16:09 UTC (new) (history) 2013-06-27 Text Mapper for Traveller . . . . AlexSchroeder I know, it's a stupid waste of time because I already have the Traveller Subsector Mapper. But I couldn't resist the lure of showing off how flexible Text Mapper could be. And it works! [en]

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  • 08:09 UTC (new) (history) 2013-05-30 Podcast Update . . . . AlexSchroeder I have occasionally linked the podcasts I listen to both as an effort to remember and as an attempt at recommendation. It has been more than a year since my last update. [en]

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  • 14:37 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-05-26 Popularity . . . . AlexSchroeder No worries. The lack of popularity is not bringing me down. :) What I find intriguing, however, is how the imagined audience changes what I feel comfortable writing about. Perhaps the post was a replacement post for a darker collection of thoughts on self-censorship, the balance between tolerance . . . [en]

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  • 13:17 UTC (new) (history) 2013-05-08 Distributing XP With Emacs . . . . AlexSchroeder With D&D 3.5, I had a spreadsheet to compute the XP gained based on challenge rating and character level. It wasn't something to do quickly without a book in front of me. Now the complexity of the task has been reduced, but the number of characters has exploded to compensate! [en]

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  • 12:56 UTC (new) (history) 2013-04-30 The Fall . . . . AlexSchroeder I'm still torn: was my decision do abandon my ranting online and turn into a gamer (HomoLudens) the right thing to do? After all, if we all retreat into our little shells, if we all tend to our little gardens, then nothing ever changes, right? [en]

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  • 12:44 UTC (diff) (history) 2013-04-24 Cosmology of Love and Strive . . . . AlexSchroeder As I was listening to the episode on Empedocles on the History of Philosophy "without any gaps" podcast, my thoughts turned to cosmology and D&D. Basically, there is a big cycle between the rule of Love, where all the elements mingle and everything is a single perfect sphere, and Strife, where . . . [en]

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  • 07:22 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-04-13 Garamond . . . . AlexSchroeder Well, I looked at mod_expire and added the following to my .htaccess file: {{{ ExpiresActive On ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 hours" ExpiresByType applicationx-font-ttf "access plus 1 years" ExpiresByType applicationvnd.ms-fontobject "access plus 1 years" FileETag none AddType . . . [en]

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  • 22:41 UTC (new) (history) 2013-04-12 More Old School Red Hand of Doom . . . . AlexSchroeder At the beginning of the session I mentioned rumors of a hydra along the main road (which they had avoided the last session). As their thoughts turned towards home and splitting up treasure, I said that they weren't home yet. Which way did they want to take? Along the main road, of course. [en]
  • 22:29 UTC (new) (history) 2013-04-12 The 1PDC Process . . . . AlexSchroeder On the mailing list for the One Page Dungeon Contest 2013, one of the judges asked me to go through the process again. I’ve used my reply to write this blog post. [en]
  • 12:32 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-04-08 Hellebarden und Helme ist ziemlich lang geworden . . . . AlexSchroeder Das ist wahr. Wenn ich allerdings so weit gehen würde, dann würde ich besser Rüstungsschutz (aufsteigend) statt Rüstungsklasse (absteigend) verwerfen. Irgendwie gehören die Treffertabellen dazu. :D Leider habe ich soeben gemerkt, dass der Default 8.5" &#215 11" ist und nicht A4. Wenn ich auf A4 . . . [de]

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  • 06:17 UTC (diff) (history) Comments on 2013-03-14 Google Reader Alternative . . . . Ellen Paul Lovers of information now seem to have a tough time with the recent announcement of the closing down of Google reader. However, fans of Google reader can now switch to something new alternatives to Google Reader. I came to across here, http:/how-to.inbest-alternatives-for-google-reader/, with list . . . [en]

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