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Weekly Update

Wednesday 26th February 2014

Hello friends,

Welcome to the weekly update, and it’s just a quick message this week to tide you guys over until the next instalment of our In Flames game is ready. If you haven’t already, take a look at our first 3 games to get you up to speed.


Daniel Sapra

However, we didn’t want to leave all you guys hanging and we have a couple of website we think all of you need to see! Most of us will at some point have toyed with the idea of making up our own world or even our own game system. Well that’s just what these guys have done!

Orpherischt of Reddit has created the fantasy realm of Tormentosa, a world of powerful lords and mysterious magic. Drawing on real world history and geography, Orpherischt presents this world in the form of handwritten books and maps that can be used as artefacts in-game, and the artwork he has produced is stunning! His website is a must for all budding world builders and GMs alike.Let The D6 Roll!

For those of you looking for something a bit more sci-fi, God_Boy07 has what you need. Fragged Empire is a post-post apocalyptic world were humans as we know them are dead and genetically engineered beings fight to establish a new world order. Complete with its own bespoke rules system and one of the most awesome websites on the net, this is a game that deserves some love.

And finally, Andomone of Reddit has made a couple of games that are available from our good friends at drivethrurpg. Big, Bad Hunters is a detective story set in a twisted fairy tale world, and Children of the Aesir is a norse inspired adventure in which the players take on the roles of several characters in order to survive a deadly dungeon. Both games sound really unique and offer something different to bring to the table, we here at Ding-IRL are looking forward to giving one of them a go in the near future.

So what worlds have you created? Have you made up your own system or just have an idea for an epic adventure? Why not lets us know about it, drop us a line at our Contact us page or find us on Facebook, Reddit or Twitter and let us know all about your creative masterworks. Or if you have played one of the games we have just mentioned then why not let us and all the other Ding-heads out there how it went.

Next week, we will be bringing you the next instalment of In Flames, will the tattooed man’s plans be revealed before the players get arrested? Find out here at Ding-IRL.

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Weekly Update

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

This week we have had some brilliant contributions to the page from some of our friends on Reddit. Twystoff of Reddit has given us the benefit of his 20 years experience and has shared some of the top tips for improving your gaming experience. Players can check out his Catch-All Tips For Players, great advice which is essential for any new players. GMs are not left out either, check out his GMing Tips newly added to our Gamer Advice page, wise words indeed!

So do you have any tips you think our readers would benefit from? You don’t need to have decades of experience (although it always helps!) you may have only just played your first game, but that doesn’t mean you wont have something to say. Head over to the contact us page and let us know about your gaming experiences and maybe it will end up on the page as well.

The next contributor is for all you tech savy Ding-Heads looking for a quick and easy way to make up a dungeon on the fly. Darkmoose has made this wonderful free random dungeon generator app for D&D!

And finally, we have our third instalment of the In Flames log, the players have escaped Opal and are at the mercy of the ships autopilot. Where is it taking them and will they discover what the Tattooed mans plan is before it is too late? Click here to find out what happened in Game Three!

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