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How real is your D&D character?

The concept of character autonomy in D&D challenges our understanding of free will, personality, and identity. As players navigate the adventures of their characters, they embark on a journey that can reshape their own minds and hearts. Ultimately, how much do our fictional personas influence who we truly are? The exploration of this question not only deepens our appreciation for the art of role-playing but also invites us to reflect on the nature of our own consciousness and the stories we live by. How autonomous are these characters? Do they possess free will, or are they merely extensions of the players' minds? A D&D character is a complex entity, born from a player's imagination and molded by the game's rules and settings. This character lives, makes decisions, and acts, all under the player's control. But what does autonomy mean for such a character, especially when the player's own autonomy is questioned by modern science? Philosophers have long debate

Last city random weather

I made this random weather generator for my (magical) post-apocalyptic campaign. Each day, I would roll a d100 to determine if a random weather effect occurs. I would reduce the chance of getting an effect if they happened too often to avoid interrupting the flow of the game. Generate Random Effect

Dungeons and Dragons editions matter?

Recently, I watched a video where someone asserted that Dungeons and Dragons (and d20 system variants) editions don't really matter. I think there is something lost in his definition of what Dungeons and Dragons is because his definition is very broad. This person says that Dungeons and Dragons, any edition, including Pathfinder, ICRPG, Dungeon Crawl Classics, the OSR, etc., are all compatible with each other. From the point of view of this person, what matters is the roleplaying part of the TTRPG and rules and mechanics should be adapted to his style; therefore, he uses a very basic version of Dungeons and Dragons. Under that premise, you actually don't even need rules. But there is another kind of player, myself and people I know who like rules, who like to play by the rules, and play the rules, meaning finding combinations, min-maxing, etc., which of course doesn't stop us from roleplay. Also when I go to a public event and there is a game of Pathfinder 1E I expect to pl

Random character relationship kinds

Generate Random Character Relationship

Random generators to help you define your character's personality

Here are some random generators to help you define your character personality, on my book " Twenty Personality Tables " there are descriptions for each result and also more tables like Animal Totems, Temperaments, Archetypes and more. Random Zodiac Sign Generator Generate Random Zodiac Sign Random Chinese Zodiac Sign Generator Generate Random Chinese Zodiac Sign Random Values Generator Generate Random Value Random Personality Flaws Generator Generate Random Flaw

Scroll of Elemental Infinity Pathfinder Woundrous Item

Scroll of Elemental Infinity Wondrous Item (scroll) Aura strong transmutation; CL 20th; Slot -; Price - ; Weight 0.5 lbs. This ancient and intricately inscribed scroll, a relic shrouded in mystic energies, embodies the boundless power of the elements. Its very parchment seems to pulse with elemental vitality. The scroll's origins are as mysterious as the depths of the cosmos; its creation is credited to the elemental gods themselves, whose divine hands etched its sacred words onto the vellum. The elemental energies it can modify are fundamental forces of creation: fire, cold, lightning, and acid. Each stroke of the gods' divine quills is a testament to the raw, untamed might of these elements. The depictions on the scroll come alive, the flames dance, the frost sparkles, the lightning crackles, and the acid hisses, as if the very essence of the elements has been captured and bound within the parchment. Yet, amidst the awe-inspiring imagery, a poignant message is inscribed