Post and request your PDFs here
Plz post links to commercial material rather than uploading in the thread
Starting with some useful GM's guides; first off a quick adventure-builder.
Another quick adventure maker, with solitaire potential for foreveralone anons.
Worldbuilding guide to developing ecologies and cultures
Guide for mapmaking
>Or any other Asian / Samurai books in general?
I have some links I could post in a few minutes anon
The always-essential Fief, the best layman's guide there is to medieval peasantry.
Basic info on herbs for use in games
>Giant references folder:
The three Kobold guides to designing RPGs, because they're always requested.
Posting folder for requests
Resources for Asia/Samurai anon
Rules for gaming a joust/tournament
An edgy-as-bismuth RPG which has no DM, and instead works with the players alternately collaborating and competing with each other
Meant to put a question mark. Here is another mapping guide
Introduction to comparative mythology for writers and worldbuilders. 380+ building blocks of mythology and five appendices. http://www.mediafire.com/view/kz4dv41ud9fcbdk/Cyclopedia_of_Comparative_Mythology.pdf
"/tg/ on... Stuff" is 200 pages of /tg/'s scholarliness: why IRL dorfs would actually hold their liquor worse than humies, why cyberpunk in China would be cyber-Kafka, &C &C. SECOND EDITION. http://www.mediafire.com/view/e4s15lxls65eqtd/tg_on_Stuff.pdf
>Looking through this folder for my game like the narcissistic fucker I am
>It's actually there
I guess someone's interested. It was a bit outdated though, this is the slightly improved version
You have the Guide in pdf? Mind to share if you do?
I have some of the Heroquest books, but they're too large to share. I'll have to direct you here instead: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/3wgok7kzttn6z/Heroquest
Anyone got the final release product for Busty Barbarian Bimbos? All I can find is the 2012 play test and I'd love to have a look at it before I shell out for the physical book.
(The play test is hilarious, but it needed a little work and I'm hoping it got it for the finished rules.)
I will cross my fingers that the thread will still be up by the time you get home. If not, you could always help a grateful anon out by starting a thread of your own with it. It's virtually the only PDF that I've never been able to track down.
I found it in an archived thread through Google a week or so back.
My GM recently picked up the Deep Magic addon for Herolab and has said its stuff is open to us, so if anyone has that I'd be a glad Anon.
Requesting book of quests for rq6
here is a book of guerilla tactics in exchange
"An RPG of teenage, lower-income girls looking for happiness"
Soap opera RPG, not entirely serious in tone
At this moment you are euphoric, not because of some phony RPG, but because you are enlightened by this one.
>Anyone got the final release product for Busty Barbarian Bimbos?
I got your backside, anon.
In the grim emptiness of your wallet, you can't afford to play
Templates for Northern European mythical creatures
Nope, but close. These are all earlier adventures, mostly for AD&D. Not that I can't convert some of them, but I really wanted to take a read through some of their new modules.
Thanks for the help though, I was missing a few of these and they usually have some neat ideas.
I don't think it's for Lazy GM's, I think it's to teach stressed out overpreparing GM's how to relax and improve their games in the process.
Here's a real useful one, 7 Ways To Improve Your GMing
Shut your mouth, how can you say
It isn't a fun game to play
Massive collection of character and monster art
Massive collection of starship and space art
PDF: cardboard minis for gaming
Confirmed. And may Dagon's blessing always shelter your bloodline.
This is a English dictionary of criminal and vulgar slang from 1811. It's a fascinating read and gives a real insight into the underworld of the era. It would also make a good resource for thieves cant.
here's my shitty homebrew if anyone's interested
Anyone got the Legend of the Five Rings campaign setting/GM guide/whatever? The one where it gives ideas and advice for making LotFR campaigns?
ALRIGHT KIDS TIME FOR THE MEGA UNKNOWN ARMIES DUMP
In exchange I offer a PDF of creepy scenarios to add to your game
>Rogue Trader much appreciated?
>Anyone have a copy of 1st ed dark heresy w/ proper bookmarks?
I know that feel
Scribd keeps recommending stuff I've posted myself
It means it's time to post and share your pdfs, anon. You will undoubtedly have some that aren't in circulation.
Been a while since I popped into one of these threads. I'll try to fill as many requests as possible, but I'm tired as hell and might just pass out.
ditto for >>34719576
nice to see you again HT
This is the complete Heroquest boardgame
Based anon is based. Thank you. Another .pdf to stay on topic
>ALIENS Adventure Game
Do you have the GSS supplement, Colors of the Sky? It's ok if you don't; I'm being cheap by not spending the seven dollars. I'm just pretty sure I'll never find a group to play pretend Japanese yokai with, so I can't justify the expense.
Apparently I only have RuneQuest 2nd and 3rd editions for some reason. I'll keep an eye out for newer stuff next time I get download-happy.
Here's the core for 4th edition. I've got a bunch more, but it's over 3 GBs and I want to keep space down.
Man I am letting EVERYONE down tonight.
Might I ask what system?
>Man I am letting EVERYONE down tonight.
Not directed at you solely, but this thread has given me every game I've been looking for and then some. Pat yourselves on the back for a job well done distributing open license books and bootlegging other books.
Rifts is already posted, and Savage Worlds is big, but everything else is on its way.
I've got the core and Colors in the Sky, which is posted above. Core is on it's way though.
all those Gary Gygax books are
Anon is a bit naughty for posting a commercial pdf though
so here's some links instead
Ive actually played this, and it was pretty damn fun, I used vending machine ninjas, and a Zuko from Avatar action figure as the general for one army, and army men, and a few tanks for the other army 7/10 would play again.
d20 Modern: http://www.mediafire.com/download/9ua90zn8heiea1g/d20_Modern.zip
Mutants and Masterminds: http://www.mediafire.com/download/zsug2czdrs4zxmo/3rd_Edition.zip
Golden Sky Stories: http://www.mediafire.com/view/8rb9bo9p2fmgnvn/Golden_Sky_Stories.pdf
Mechanical Dream? All 3 of the core 1st edition Paranoia books (and not just the player manual that gets posted all the time)? The Acute Paranoia supplement for 1st edition, along with six 1st edition modules? The FASA Doctor Who RPG? 2e Gamma World (the definitive edition) *without* all the combat tables mysteriously omitted? That's pretty much all I've got with links.
Mechanical Dream -- https://mega.co.nz/#!jtAAlZRZ!kFAE8yrUHUSvUdRphw4T5hl_B9gJN6RkllZ-e2uniNo
Paranoia core (1e) -- https://mega.co.nz/#!785T2DTL!uc7NvHOl0YKilWSF74iyYb37iBzNv_5nnyd1ubUuAY8
Acute Paranoia (1e) -- https://mega.co.nz/#!3lAxiTKA!ZcKEPG1GmL1QXJ-JM_SrNUs5SoQCn-J2c0ilzsgSEt0
6 Paranoia adventures (1e) -- https://mega.co.nz/#!XoJiTCwJ!1U9r1kzftqfvb8ciSobtYPCcg7oqJq2leouP50G2IOQ
FASA Doctor Who -- https://mega.co.nz/#!StIl3RjY!5KqZJR9sF2MoFZKhDGBleeC1PLkfAdq_pBhI99mRQL0
2e GW -- https://mega.co.nz/#F!n1wz3AhJ!mLnIOQ0PUcjS17veEURr_A
>mfw Amerifriends called the big grey outside roofy-roof "sky"
>My face when Americans call tinky-tanky, click-and-clanky, flick-and-patter num-num clatters "dice".
>mfw amurkans call flippity double milk flops "pancakes"
>FASA Doctor Who
Here's my folder for that
And here's the core PDF for the Dr Who Miniatures Game, which is totally free to download and definitely worth checking out.
Does anyone have
Ventrue:Lords over the damned
I FUCKING NEED IT
A link, anything. )X
I would suck your dick for the rest of time
You however get full blow ski
Have this moving picture box of Daniel Craig as my eternal thanks.
>Who wrote this shit? Americans?
Now there's no need for profanity, anon
An American, yes. Don't let the dialect put you off, it's a wonderfully deep and well-researched book, if you have a feudal area in your setting you will learn a LOT from it.
I would love to score a copy of "Town", her urban followup. There's a sample copy of 30-odd pages floating around but I've never seen a full PDF. I would man up and buy one, but I do have other books that kind of cover the same territory.
Ah yes, I love this thing. Vindictive as all get out though.
If this is "well researched" then you should read an averagely researched book on the same subject wrote by any other random schmuck from countires that actually have feudalism, not Indians running behind bisons.
How about actually explaining what your problem is?
>GURPS: Ice Age
I can upload this in a bit; I don't really know my GURPS editions but it was printed in 1989.
This book and term "well-researched" simply don't stick together. It's collection of outdated ideas, misconceptions, simplifications and stuff that was made up that it's painful to read
>This book and term "well-researched" simply don't stick together. It's collection of outdated ideas, misconceptions, simplifications and stuff that was made up that it's painful to read
I like it and used it extensively. Whatever shaves your goat.
Here's some Monster Island stuff
Monster Island Core Rulebook:
Escape from Monster Island:
Invasion of Monster Island:
A free-to-download revision of Avalon Hill's old RPG, Powers and Perils.
RPG based on Gaiman's Neverwhere, using the old WEG d6 system.
An old sci-fi skirmish wargame published in the earliest days of Games Workshop
>Read /tg/ on... Stuff
>Find interesting things throughout
>Turn to Victorian Era section
>Actually, its funny, I was a victorian lit major. My own recommendations would be Aurora Leigh, Pride and Prejudice, Adam Bede. There are others. Aurora Leigh is going to be the best bet to get a nice insight into city-life, as the main character horribly judges her best friend who is basically an angel. If you were single, you were presumed to be a prostitute. Hell, if you were pretty and not Merchant class, you were basically a prostitute with an unpaid price tag. If you were pretty in general, life sucked for you in the mail dominated world.
>If you were pretty in general, life sucked for you in the mail dominated world.
>mail dominated world
Whelp. That's my new campaign right there. Thanks /tg/!
I know you already got what you asked for, but I got this in one of these threads a few months ago and it's bretty gool
Sorry, the source from I've got my GURPS books don't even have folder for Reign of Steel. All I've got is Infinite Worlds, but that's a single page about that setting, so guess the book you already have holds more than I can offer
what have i done_________________
F.A.T.A.L. The infamous RPG ______
Why did you post that.
That's it, because you posted FATAL the tread now is over.
jk, we had a good run in this thread.
i don't want to do it
i just cant helped
So, I got this PDF and it looks pretty fun.
My friends and I have decided to play a few games of it, but with some twists.
We are going to a dollar store and a crafts store with a Budget of 15-20$ Each.
We must buy our armies, and decorate them, as well as provide 1 to two pieces of terrain on that 15-20$ Budget.
So Im asking you /tg/ to take a look at the toy mallet rules, and concept, and help us think of army and army theme ideas and what we could do for terrain all for that 15-20$ amount.
One guy is going classic army men and tanks, so I suspect he'll have more money for terrain bits.
What do you think /tg/?
But I don't need Fiasco, I need Reign of Steel for this Saturday, when I'm suppose to GM it. I know the overview of the setting and some details regarding human survivors, but that won't do. And I can't homebrew it, since the team wants to finally play something NOT homebrewed
Anyone have any experience with 13th Age? PDF (if only to look at the rules) would be nice. Group's trying to drag me back into Pathfinder and I really need a fantasy game that's not Pathfinder or Dungeons and Dragons.
I've been looking at Fantasycraft, and it may be what I pick up. I just need something new, desperately.