(Role-Playing Games and Magic: The Gathering)
RPG Setting reviews.
Aren't sure what an RPG is? Have you heard about a particular setting but want to learn more about it before you buy it? I've reviewed many different RPG settings from different publishing companies. I've presented the information about them in "consumer-report" style with summaries, ratings and in-game compatability issues.TSR and Palladium bookstore
I've reviewed every TSR (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) and Palladium (Rifts) book I could get my hands on. These are the settings I play most frequently, and I use the books a lot. You can also order books I've reviewed directly from Amazon.Com by clicking on the links near each title.Visit TSR online
Integrating the World of Darkness
White Wolf games has published some truly entertaining and fun RPGs; players can take the role of Vampires, Wraiths, Werewolves, Mages or Changelings (to date). How's the concept of playing a dead character sound? Each race has their own view of the combined universe. This guide is intended to help the Storyteller (GM) put together a mixed-race group, and get an overall picture of the world as seen through the eyes of it's inhabitants.Magic: The Gathering encyclopedia
Players of Magic: The Gathering (M:TG) notice that there are people and places that pop up frequently in the card's flavor text. This encyclopedia is a reference guide to who and what these people and places are. It's assembled from all the flavor text of cards through the Visions series (so it doesn't yet include data for the Rath cycle; Tempest and Stronghold). It also includes information from other Wizards of the Coast publications and releases.Building a M:TG deck.
Tips and suggestions for new Magic players on how to design strong decks.M: TG searchable card database
Query a database that includes complete card text, search on many advanced options to help you find cards to round out your deck.Links to other M:TG resources
The MoxPerl M:TG card database (Complete card text and more...)
Wizards of the Coast (The people who publish M:TG cards.)
M:TG resources (A huge list of resources and web pages)
Cloister's card pricelist (How much each card is currently selling for)
Magic Suitcase (PC software to track your collection)
The Dojo (Deck building strategies)
The Final Fantasy VII Chocobo FAQ
Well, my FAQ at any rate. It covers everything about Chocobos from stupid tricks, to breeding the ultimate Gold chocobo. Listings of the different greens, exactly how to find the right yellow birds. Everything! (I hope).Some tools to analyze FF8 Chocobo World IR signals
C source for a program to break down a .PDB file, a PERL script to analyze the data and an OmniRemote .PDB data file to send the right signals to a Chocobo World game, another PERL script to write any data you like to the OmniRemote file. Also includes a general FAQ on the Pocketstation, Chocobo World and CW's IR protocol.
Dragon Quest VIII Monster Arena Simulator
Animal Crossing Bugs & Fish Browser
GTA3 Ultimate Starting Save (PS2 Max Drive Format)
Uncrush to a memory card and load the single save that's there into GTA3.
This save file allows you to start playing Grand Theft Auto III (for PS2) at the very beginning with a huge advantage. Most of the side-quests required for '100% completion' have already been done for you. This includes: