Tuesday, 16 August 2011

The Most Useful RPG Blog on Teh Interwebs

Go right now to Roles, Rules and Rolls and start downloading from the Rules and Tools section. Do it at once. Do not pass 'Go' and do not collect £200. Its contents are hands down the most useful of any RPG blog, anywhere.

A particular highlight for me is the PowerPoint Dungeon Mapper, which does in 2 PowerPoint slides what no piece of mapping software I have ever seen can do: create a good looking dungeon map with ease. (Don't be put off if your browser can't preview PowerPoint documents - just download it and enjoy.) And the innovation involved is seriously impressive: never in a million years would it have occurred to me to use PowerPoint for dungeon mapping, but it's perfect.

I can't recommend Roger's stuff highly enough.


  1. Yeah, he's got some great stuff. And thanks for the plug of my little blog the other day, BTW.

    Captcha: waribl (adj.) something horrible in Mario Land.

  2. Thanks for the lead! It is really awesome stuff.

  3. Lies. ;-p

    It's only second best to mine.

    (I can't tell you how often I've wanted to steal what he has, and use them in my documents.)

  4. You're welcome.

    -C: Your stuff is great too! I've been meaning to link to it for a while. Your Interesting Treasure Generation and Basic Trap Design files are nothing short of superb.

  5. Thanks for the good word! Another hint: click the "one-page rules" tag (left, very bottom) for some other play aids I use regularly.