Category Archives: 13th Age

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One-Shot Unique Things

The redoubtable Tim Baker asks over at the Piazza forum for some tips and tricks for integrating One Unique Things into convention games. One of the delights of running 13th Age is the high-wire act of taking the players’, ah, interesting ideas and working them into your scenario, so here’s how I do it. Before […]

13th Sage: 13 Answers to 13 Questions About 13th Age

Friday the 13th Age Logo

To celebrate Friday the 13th Age, we invited the community of 13th Age GMs and players to send us their questions about the game. We chose 13 of them to answer! Our panel today includes: Rob Heinsoo: 13th Age roleplaying game co-designer and line manager Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan: designer, Eyes of the Stone Thief, Book of […]

Underkraken Battles

It’s once again the time of year when the Ancient of Pelgranes flaps its hoary wings and takes flight across the Dying Earth, when Simon runs his annual 13th Age game and – entirely co-incidentally – asks me to write up a monster. This time, it’s Underkrakens. Now, Underkrakens are described in 13 True Ways […]

 13th Age Ideas That Aren’t Worth A Full Page XX Article

When brainstorming for new See Page XX articles, one comes up with lots of ideas that aren’t enough for a full piece, but might spark something if you put them out into the world. So, here’s a grab bag of ideas that almost, but not quite, made it. Maybe they’ll take root in one of your games. […]

Temptations of the Dhampir

by Jay Godden, edited by Isaac Rolfe and Rob Heinsoo, art by Roena I. Rosenberger Read the introductory post here. In crypts within Imperial walls, setting up the rituals necessary to create vampires that are anything other than slathering, bloodlusting monsters is very difficult. Most of the calculating vampire nobles working for the Lich King […]

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