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I've been wanting to run an agents of shield game for a while now but i've ran into a problem. I can't seem to simulate superheros very well in true20. Anybody out there got any suggestions?

Agents of Shield by Rachael124Rachael124, 11 Apr 2015 15:27

Hello and welcome, Trent. Keep it up. I love to see the old site get some loving!

Re: Hello! by Jeffrywith1eJeffrywith1e, 26 Jan 2011 03:41
Hello!
trechrirontrechriron 26 Jan 2011 00:48
in discussion True20.wikidot.com Forums / Off Topic » Hello!

My name is Trent and I love True20.

Been poking around the Wiki, and fixed some typos, added a book, and fixed a company name with link and new page. :-D

I will continue poking around and see what I can fix.

There needs to be more True20 love!!

Hello! by trechrirontrechriron, 26 Jan 2011 00:48

The campaign template has a misspelling for "designer" at the bottom. I can't find the template page to edit.

How do I find a list of template pages? How do I edit a template?

Re: Book Template by trechrirontrechriron, 26 Jan 2011 00:46

I'm starting with Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom- extracting the work Silverback and crew did on the boards.

Re: pulp by Jeffrywith1eJeffrywith1e, 01 Feb 2009 22:47

A copy of the OGL is up on True20 Wiki. You can access the OGL at the bottom of each page or directly here: OGL

That is great work.

Re: True20 Wiki Bestiary by Jeffrywith1eJeffrywith1e, 31 Jan 2009 19:38

I suggest we go with option 1, but now I understand what you meant by putting the copyright notice on each page. That's actually a good idea too. But for now, it's better to simply add the title of the book to the copyright notice at the end of the list, i.e. the OGL page (alphabetically, of course).


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Re: True20 Wiki Bestiary by maharajamaharaja, 14 Jan 2009 14:03

Should I add 1) both the title of the Book and then the copyright notice at the end of the list, or 2) the copyright notice only?

i.e.
1)
Book of Pong
Pong adventurer's manual

Book of Ping
Ping player's guide
Ping bestiary

or

2)
Pong adventurer's manual
Ping player's guide
Ping bestiary

Re: True20 Wiki Bestiary by paridepparidep, 13 Jan 2009 21:25

It's done.

A copy of the OGL is up on True20 Wiki. You can access the OGL at the bottom of each page or directly here: OGL

It's probably easier to add each book/pdf at the end of the OGL, instead of each page. We'll consider the entire wiki a single "source", then update the OGL when we add new material. I've already added all books from the True20 FAQ.


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Re: True20 Wiki Bestiary by maharajamaharaja, 02 Jan 2009 12:48

Ok, I will wait for your modifications.
Where should I add the other sources found in the copyright notice?
At the end of the licence in the OGL or at the end of the page?

Re: True20 Wiki Bestiary by paridepparidep, 30 Dec 2008 17:40

Hi,

Sure, I don't see why not. But we must add the OGL to the True20 Wiki. I'll remove the Creative Commons License and link it to an OGL instead. Just tell me what books I should add or you could just create the page yourself with a copy of the license.

Personally, I'd have each monster on a separate page, but it's your call since you're going to upload them.


—chris
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Re: True20 Wiki Bestiary by maharajamaharaja, 29 Dec 2008 11:24

I am working on the conversion of the Curse of the Crimson Throne Adventure Path by Paizo to True20. In the process, I am converting OGL monsters from Paizo and other sources other than the SRD, such as The tome of horrors revised.
Could a section of the Wiki devoted to the task of collecting OGL monsters, maybe under the Narrator Resources? Do we need an explicit page with a copy of the OGL?
Besides, would it be better to have one page for each monster or one page for each letter?
I think that some of the work made by others could be "borrowed", with permission of course.

True20 Wiki Bestiary by paridepparidep, 23 Dec 2008 12:54

Hello Jeffrey,

Pity I cannot help much here, since I have focused exclusively on Fantasy of the Medieval or Ancient variety. ;-)
True20 is great in that unlike DnD/d20, it allows easy cross-overs from ancient fantasy worlds to modern settings.

Still, I await eagerly for you new content here. Cheers!

Re: pulp by imaginegodimaginegod, 15 Nov 2008 22:57

I'm thinking about putting together a Pulp Genre Toolkit of sorts for True20 here. I think most of it will come from converting the d20 Modern pulp stuff from Polyhedron #149 and #161 and d20 Past. What other resources do you think would be useful in this project?

pulp by Jeffrywith1eJeffrywith1e, 14 Nov 2008 01:22

Hello guys,

I was kind of busy with real life so have not contributed much here. :-(
As for the images, I resize before uploading. The most popular size seems to be about 250x256 pixels.

A lot of great work has been done in my absence. Congratulations. :-)

Re: Images by imaginegodimaginegod, 22 Oct 2008 18:33

I was supposed to respond to this post earlier, guess I forgot about it ^_^

A page for links? I'm not sure I understand. Isn't the Player and Narrator Resources just that?

Under the site site tools button at the bottom of the page, there's a "wanted pages" and "orphaned pages". These two pages allows user to see which pages are not created, how many pages need certain page (Example: The Green Ronin Publishing page is linked to 5 times).


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Re: general links page by maharajamaharaja, 22 Oct 2008 10:16

It's better to resize images and upload them to Wikidot rather than directly resizing the image from an external source.

I've uploaded a resized image to the Slave Queen of the Ruined City page.


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Re: Images by maharajamaharaja, 22 Oct 2008 10:09

HELP!

I don't know how to resize images. Please help me fix Slave Queen Of The Ruined City. Thank you.

Images by Jeffrywith1eJeffrywith1e, 22 Oct 2008 03:17

Yes, you got it. For fan made PDFs, I really don't see a problem using the books and pdf template for unpublished work as well: it usually has an author, a cover (sometimes) etc.

I'll add those to the Homebrew and Local Campaigns template, and let the user decide which headers he wants to keep (by using removing those he or she doesn't want)


—chris
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Re: Page Templates by maharajamaharaja, 17 Oct 2008 17:26

I would add to the template list also:

  • template for skills
  • template for feats
  • template for alternate roles
  • template for powers
  • template for monsters
  • template for backgrounds

Coming to think of it, all of these templates together should go in the Homebrew and Local Campaigns template, so the work has to be made only once.

So, basically, books should be mini reviews of official books, campaign setting should point to all books and pdf discussing the campaign settings, including adventures, gazetteers, bestiaries, and so on?
While Campaign should be mainly unpublished material?
In which category would you put fan made PDF books ?

Re: Page Templates by paridepparidep, 17 Oct 2008 00:16
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