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My friend Wind keeps telling me to stop playing it and try Dungeon World instead. So I keep hacking away at Dungeons and Dragons, trying to pare the engine down to what I want it to be. The more you play, the harder this is to deal with.

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Or the party is split. You are exploring a cupboard when the other members get jumped by a party of orcs. In order to deal with this, I turned the game into Portal fantasy. The players began simply as themselves mysteriously transported to an unknown realm. Each of the players knew everything that their characters knew, and vice-versa. This is kind of gimmicky and not really a long-term solution but it did work. If you have any suggestions, let me know in the comments. Some are sleeping and others are eating.

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The game then pauses for 15 minutes while every possible course of action is discussed. Part of the great draw to this game, of course, is that optimization of options. But it loses some of the thrill and immediacy that an actual battle would entail.

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Even as each initiative is rolled, players dither. No I shoot my bow. Oh wait, I drink my potion.

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And the lack of immediacy, the absence of a visceral thrill is noticeable. I bought some timers and used them for countdowns. You get the idea. There are no stakes and the fight is simply a tensionless mini-game. It seems the conflict is how cool do you win the battle, rather than do you survive at all. I want an experience that is more immersive, more immediate, and more innovative. My players began with a D20 and nothing else. No graph paper, no minis, no character sheet. I kept track of their successes and failures but the idea was to keep their focus on the world around them, not the sheet in front of them.

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Scarcity makes things more interesting. Unpredictability can be a virtue in and of itself. In addition to using the timers, I tried a lot of other things. About two weeks before game night, I soaked some paper in hot turmeric water so that all my handouts would have that faded look. There were no Hit Points so I used a Wounds system instead. After some experimenting, this is how I would do it in the future. The character s carrying you are now at disadvantage. The Wound System was fairly unforgiving. To mitigate the merciless death spiral, the characters earned luck points every time they rolled a natural 20 in a non-combat situation.

They rolled a great many skill checks. One of the discoverable things were potions. I found the bottles and brewed the Naked d&d before the game. I wanted it to taste not entirely pleasant and not Naked d&d a known flavor, so I brewed a big batch of pandan tea. I also mixed up a few alcoholic shots if anyone was interested in that. I added a bit of food coloring to some of them and created a random chart for what the potions did.

In the end, only one player found potions. For the most part, they helped him but toward the end he rolled that he was drunk and was not much help in getting past the final obstacle. Another discoverable thing were Magic Scrolls. I wrote up some nonsense doggerel and if the player read one, something magical would happen.

They just get another dice to roll and choose from as they go up levels. As discussed earlier, 5 wounds equals death. One player got very unlucky, but then as a ghost he possessed the player who was drunk on magic potions and helped him to survive. Then I added 3 challenges per attribute. All of them had to roll Dexterity checks, for instance, to leap over a chasm. If they rolled an 11, I noted it on their character sheet.

Thus by the time the adventure was done, the players had generated stats for their characters. In addition to the potions and scrolls, there were items scattered about. One player found a guitar and became to his disgust a bard. Another player found food and became a halfling.

The character who found the most gold became a dwarf. But it was neat to play for 4 hours and have a character generated from that session. Anyway, if you enjoyed reading about this adventure, please Naked d&d me know! If you have any suggestions to make it weirder, let me know!

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