Monthly Archives: August 2010

Turn Your Characters into Movie Stars!

I have a theatre background. When I was in high school and my abortive attempt at collegiate life, I did sports for a little bit and then moved on to it’s diametric opposite, the theatre department. I can voice-act fairly … Continue reading

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Applying Theory: GIMP-y Professional Maps

Real quick post. In a previous post, I mentioned how incredibly awesome the Cartographer’s Guild is. Well, on their site they have an entire forum dedicated to people writing up tutorials for guys like me (read: clueless with image editing … Continue reading

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Applying Theory: Perils of Prophecy

I’m in the pattern of starting series of articles lately. I like this; it means I’m looking at this blog thing long-haul, I guess. This is the first in what will likely be a long-running series focused on doing exactly … Continue reading

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Best Blogs: Campaign Mastery

I think I’m going to start a recurring series here at The Action Point, focused on collections of other people’s stuff that I like and enjoy using. So here’s the first Campaign Mastery has been around for a good long … Continue reading

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[RPG Blog Carnival] Teaching the Game

One of my new favorite blogs (I actually only discovered Jade after searching for who was hosting the August Carnival) is Evil Machinations, run by a lady named Jade who happens to be not only a passionate RPG blogger, but … Continue reading

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