Sami MS (12)

A 'Fungi & Weirdness' enthusiast. I enjoy writing about everybodies most disliked dice, my game ideas, and GM tools and tips.

NOSZINE: TCoP

Summer was abound and I, recently graduated Production Technologist, had all the time in the world. With covid blocking any opportunity I had for finding work I needed…

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Industrial Adventures

I am into manufacturing, and production, and I wanted for some time to make a post on the fun and interesting adventures to have within an industry setting.

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Dreams & Journeys Therein

Dreams can take you places you never thought possible. Vivid illusions of reality, to acid dripping colourfests, or sacred geometric flights across the goddesses body. Want to come-along?…

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New Site and Update

Hello! Irregular is back with some sporadic news about what has been happening behind the scenes. So come look around and get your fill of Irregular's latest adventures!…

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Irregular Caltrops

Do you want to hurt your hands? Then come and throw some D4's in this Troika! derivative. Or read through it and take what you like from it.

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Team Traps No.1

Not long ago, I had a playtest session of ICv0.2 and my players encountered a rather peculiar trap. They had entered a room in some sort of underground…

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Design, Fiction, Mechanics

First of all a disclaimer. I expect people to disagree with my opinions on the subjects presented in this segment.¬†What follows is my opinions on design, fiction, and…

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Environment as Foe

Do you want a system for making the environment the baddie for a few sessions? That's exactly what we will be doing today in this post. Hell yes!…

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Gameable Alignments

In this post we are discussing a very discussed topic, Alignments. But not for characters, but as a setting tool for both hexcrawls and not hexcrawls, plus more!…

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Mapless Mazes

Today we are going to talk about how to run mapless dungeons. Why would we want that? Because it is a handy tool for when you come unprepared.

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