Category Archives: Dead Simple RPG
So, here it is, the idiot edition. I call it the ‘idiot edition‘ as, until you good people have trawled through it and pointed out all my obvious errors, and I have corrected them, it will not become the official … Continue reading
With the assistance of a few stout fellows we now have a proofed and improved draft of the seventh edition. I have replaced the file in the downloads section with this new version.
Ladies, gentlemen and you at the back, I am pleased to release the first full draft of seventh edition. This has been a labour of love/hate/frustration over the last year or two (do not ask about sixth edition, it is … Continue reading
Being an occasional series in which I discuss some of my reasons or lack of them… A few players have asked me why in the Dead Simple range of RPG rules I do not use hit points or some sort … Continue reading
There are few places more important to an adventuring party than a secure place to lay their heads, kick back and recuperate between adventures and, store their loot. For most this is the Inn. Inns and taverns are a staple … Continue reading
A medieval is a big, chaotic and fascinating environment, full of life and activity. To assist DM’s running adventures in a city I have devised and uploaded a set of simple events tables to add a bit of spice to … Continue reading