RPG tools


Unusual dice

I recently got word of an interesting eBay shop, where Abraham Neddermann sells a couple of unusual and hand-crafted dice.  He currently offers several odd dice (like a d3, d5, d7 and d9)...

January 19, 2010

Surfing on the Wave

Google Wave is a cool new collaboration/communication platform/protocol by Google. When you haven’t been living under a rock for quite some time, you have probably read about it. Some gamers have recently looked...

October 29, 2009

Mercator-style maps in Photoshop

At Cartographer’s Guild I discovered a tutorial that shows you step-by-step how to create an antique-looking world map for your fantasy campaign. Yesterday I even started to create my own Mercator-style map for...

May 29, 2009


Last year I posted about MachDice, a dice-rolling tool for the iPhone. Today I stumbled upon a similar tool for Windows or OSX called “Rock’n’Roll“. This nice looking program was created by Mad...

April 1, 2009

Roleplaying City Map Generator

Some time ago I read about an awesome freeware city map generator for Windows. But alas the creator’s site  is down for quite some time now and it’s pretty hard to find a...

February 27, 2009

My first CC3 map

Yesterday I finally sat down to create my first map in Campaign Cartographer 3. I bought the software and played a bit around, but never actually made a proper map with it. Now...

February 19, 2009

Stargazer’s RPG Stuff

Inspired by fellow RPG blogger Zachary’s post “Using Google Sites For Your Campaign” I created a Google Sites site of my own that I will fill with everything that goes beyond the scope...

February 12, 2009

Every GM needs this!

Every GM should play this when he leaves the game table to go to the bathroom or get some more soft-drinks and snacks from the fridge: You can get the original mp3 from...

October 15, 2008

iPhone app “Mach Dice”

Since the AppStore opened its doors, hundreds of applications where released for the iPhone and the iPod touch. There are a lot of dice applications that simulate dice rolls on the iPhone but...

August 25, 2008