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December 19, 2013, at 12:21 AM by R'rephistöch Örpherischt -
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes living in a mythical and dangerous world (often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", of which [[Tormentosa]] is an example). These players, the characters, undertake to collaboratively inventing an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes living in a mythical and dangerous world (often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", of which [[Tormentosa]] is an example). These players, the characters, undertake to collaboratively invent an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
December 19, 2013, at 12:20 AM by R'rephistöch Örpherischt -
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]" (of which [[Tormentosa]] is an example), who undertake to collaboratively inventing an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes living in a mythical and dangerous world (often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", of which [[Tormentosa]] is an example). These players, the characters, undertake to collaboratively inventing an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
July 11, 2013, at 11:25 AM by R'rephistöch Örpherischt -
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!!! See also

* [[The Game]]
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* [[Campaign Setting]]
June 07, 2012, at 09:17 PM by Rrephistöch Örpherischt -
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", who undertake to collaboratively inventing an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]" (of which [[Tormentosa]] is an example), who undertake to collaboratively inventing an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
May 29, 2012, at 06:19 PM by Rrephistöch Örpherischt -
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Players usually do all the above using "[[character sheets]]" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting [[characters]].
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Players usually do all the above using "[[character sheet]]s" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting [[characters]].
May 29, 2012, at 01:02 AM by Rrephistöch Örpherischt -
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Players usually do all the above using "character sheets" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting characters.
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Players usually do all the above using "[[character sheets]]" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting [[characters]].
May 24, 2012, at 11:05 PM by Rrephistöch Örpherischt -
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", who undertake to explore the wilderness, battle dreadful beasts and uncover ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue, collaboratively inventing an imaginative history and getting filthy rich.'''
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", who undertake to collaboratively inventing an imaginative history: exploring the wilderness, battling dreadful beasts and uncovering ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue and endeavoring to get filthy rich and inhumanly powerful.'''
May 24, 2012, at 11:04 PM by Rrephistöch Örpherischt -
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", who undertake to explore the wilderness, battle dreadful beasts and uncover ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue, getting rich and inventing an imaginative history.'''
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", who undertake to explore the wilderness, battle dreadful beasts and uncover ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue, collaboratively inventing an imaginative history and getting filthy rich.'''
May 24, 2012, at 08:38 PM by R'rephistöch Örpherischt -
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Players usually do all the above using "character sheets" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcoome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting characters.
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Players usually do all the above using "character sheets" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting characters.
May 24, 2012, at 08:38 PM by R'rephistöch Örpherischt -
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'''A Role Playing Game is a game played by a group of friends who step into the shoes of customized heroes of a mythical and dangerous world, often called a "[[Campaign Setting]]", who undertake to explore the wilderness, battle dreadful beasts and uncover ancient treasures, all the while weaving plots of political intrigue, getting rich and inventing an imaginative history.'''

Players usually do all the above using "character sheets" to keep track of their characters, and roll dice to decide the outcoome of actions. The game is "referee'ed" by the [[Master of Ceremonies]] or "[[Game Master]]", sometimes called a Dungeon Maestro, who designs the world, it's multitude of oft-at-odds factions and the interplay of interesting characters.

It is the duty of the MC to enable the players to act out their fantasies within the framework of the ruleset of the game.

* [[Game Rules]]