While exploring options for my next campaign, I wanted to look at how to run war in fifth edition. This article is non-system specific though, so it should work for any edition and Pathfinder. I wanted to make fighting on the front line feel spectacular and move along at a pace that won’t take too much time to complete.
Last week was a blur. From start to finish the action was non-stop. It all would have been amazing, if it weren’t for the loss of a PC…
Well, yeah… Warning: This article contains spoilers for the Skulls & Shackles adventure path.
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At some point in time at the table, in between combat, roleplaying, and note taking; both the players and the GMs end up accumulating small charts, reminders, and tables. Game Masters have screens that hide their most used information. Players have notes on their character sheets, to remind them of items and abilities to use. The fact of the matter is that cheat sheets make tabletop roleplaying games faster, and easier. I want to show you how to make the roleplaying cheat sheet. Something to fall back on when you’re not sure what your character should do in a situation.