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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 6/24
PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2011 8:37 pm 
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This thread should be a main link off the goodman games home page.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 6/24
PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 4:59 pm 
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Ogrepuppy wrote:
Can we get the new (updated) Thief and Cleric links added to this thread?


Ooh. Good catch.

Anything else I am missing? Added the French sheets.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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I have people playing a bard and a ranger in my game. Here is what I whipped up for them, in case you want to have a look.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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Maybe it's time to create a forum section for house rules and players's alternate settings?

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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I suspect that there will be an overhaul when the final product is released. The playtest sections will become obsolete and I'm assuming that they will be closed (but kept around for archive purposes -- good stuff in there) and some new ones like what you suggest will be created.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:52 am 
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8bit-Sorcerer wrote:
Maybe it's time to create a forum section for house rules and players's alternate settings?


This might be a good idea. So much of DCC RPG was written towards allowing a great deal tweaking and house ruling, that it would be helpful for folks to see the breadth of alternative all in one space.

(The absolute dork in me has been wanting to run a short, home arc resembling something like this.)

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 11:18 pm 
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FYI, the reference sheets are updated for the final game and are available here:

http://peoplethemwithmonsters.blogspot. ... urces.html

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/11
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Also, Purple Sorcerer has updated their 0 level party generator to include changes in the final release.


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/11
PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 8:46 am 
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My homemade character sheet
http://highfire.blog.free.fr/public/DCCRPG/DCC-Char-Sheet-fr-0.6.xls

It's in french but i can easily (re) translate it in english if anyone interested

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2012 3:30 pm 
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Aplus wrote:
FYI, the reference sheets are updated for the final game and are available here:

http://peoplethemwithmonsters.blogspot. ... urces.html


I love this. I'm getting a bunch printed for my gaming group, cons & demos. I really appreciate you making this in "digest" size, which I love. It's easy to read in tablets and can be printed as a booklet (which is the same format at my zines!)

I've made my own cover for it, and I thought I'd share, It includes a PC Gen Cheat Sheet for step by step character generation and I stole that Roslof image I love.

You can download it from my Box.com account here: https://www.box.com/s/3fa66cd9457f6e121371

Print it on some cardstock, fold and staple to Aplus's document and be awesome! Sample thumbnail image attached.


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/11
PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2012 8:00 pm 
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Awesome, Rev! I'll update the OP.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 2:53 pm 
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This is not strictly a DCC resource, but this guy has got a great site -- he's using OD&D or a mix of various D&D's, but he's definitely in the DCC camp for original (semi-original/reskinned) monsters and Lovecraftian setting.

Main site: http://dreamsinthelichhouse.blogspot.com/
Bestiary for his Black City Campaign: http://dreamsinthelichhouse.blogspot.co ... tiary.html

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2012 5:09 am 
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reverenddak wrote:
Aplus wrote:
FYI, the reference sheets are updated for the final game and are available here:

http://peoplethemwithmonsters.blogspot. ... urces.html


I love this. I'm getting a bunch printed for my gaming group, cons & demos. I really appreciate you making this in "digest" size, which I love. It's easy to read in tablets and can be printed as a booklet (which is the same format at my zines!)

I've made my own cover for it, and I thought I'd share, It includes a PC Gen Cheat Sheet for step by step character generation and I stole that Roslof image I love.

You can download it from my Box.com account here: https://www.box.com/s/3fa66cd9457f6e121371

Print it on some cardstock, fold and staple to Aplus's document and be awesome! Sample thumbnail image attached.


Kick-ass cover Rev! Thanks for sharing!


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2012 8:15 am 
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ragboy wrote:
This is not strictly a DCC resource, but this guy has got a great site -- he's using OD&D or a mix of various D&D's, but he's definitely in the DCC camp for original (semi-original/reskinned) monsters and Lovecraftian setting.

Main site: http://dreamsinthelichhouse.blogspot.com/
Bestiary for his Black City Campaign: http://dreamsinthelichhouse.blogspot.co ... tiary.html


Nice! I'll add to the OP and we can start collecting similar resources.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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Kick-ass cover Rev! Thanks for sharing!


You're welcome... Thank Roslof (RIP) for such an iconic illustration.

and here's what it looks like printed...


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
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Very sweet!

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
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That's funny that you used yellow paper. I printed my reference sheets on goldenrod in homage to the Greyhawk reference sheets (which were actually orange - http://www.acaeum.com/ddindexes/miscpages/dm.html ). Colored paper just screams old school to me.


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
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The cover is fantastic, and I'm really glad I was too lazy to make one, because I couldn't have made it that awesome.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
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Those booklets look great!

Harley... Do you think that the 0 level index card jpg I posted should be on this Thread too?

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/15
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Doh! Great catch, Rev.

Let me know if there are other resources kicking around that I've missed.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/21
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Steven Thivierge pointed out to me that the official cleric character sheet still has the beta progression for lay on hands.


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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Aplus wrote:
FYI, the reference sheets are updated for the final game and are available here:

http://peoplethemwithmonsters.blogspot. ... urces.html

An awesome collection of tables, well organized. The problem is that I can't figure out how to print pages in the order so that when I fold them it makes a booklet. :?

Adobe must be smarter than I am. :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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An awesome collection of tables, well organized. The problem is that I can't figure out how to print pages in the order so that when I fold them it makes a booklet. :?

Adobe must be smarter than I am. :oops:


Look for some printer settings, usually found where you can set up multiple pages on one page. There should be a setting called Booklet. If your printer can do Duplex/double-sided printed, make sure you're set for "head to head" not "head to toe". If you're not capable of duplex printing, print out the ODD pages first, then print out the EVEN pages on their backs. this might take some experimenting to get everything right. The biggest challenge is to figure out which way to orientate the pages after printing out one side. Good luck! Every printer does things a bit different.

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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 9/7
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reverenddak wrote:
Look for some printer settings, usually found where you can set up multiple pages on one page. There should be a setting called Booklet. If your printer can do Duplex/double-sided printed, make sure you're set for "head to head" not "head to toe". If you're not capable of duplex printing, print out the ODD pages first, then print out the EVEN pages on their backs. this might take some experimenting to get everything right. The biggest challenge is to figure out which way to orientate the pages after printing out one side. Good luck! Every printer does things a bit different.

In the "Booklet" setting (under "Scaling Type"), choose "Front", then "Back" sides. Odd and even won't work.

It came out great when I did it (and I also used your cover, Rev). We used it a lot at our last session.


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 Post subject: Re: Links to DCC RPG Resources, updated 5/29
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Maybe someone could "print" in booklet format only to another PDF instead of to the acutal printer. I can't find a pamphlet or booklet setting for my printer, but it's pretty old.

I'd like to print up a bunch of these for Free RPG day handouts. :D

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