Archive for March, 2014

What light….part 2

A Dragon Warriors RPG Adventure Today’s post is the second part of the standalone RPG adventure;What light through yonder window breaks. Part  1 is here. This adventure will eventually be re-written and re-organised as a free PDF, but is being released in this form, to take advantage of the ‘serialisation effect’ of a weekly blog […]

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Character Biographies

How do you get your players to write good character biographies? The tactic I used in the Jewelspider Chronicles; my recent Dragon Warriors game, was to ‘drag’ a three-line outline of their character from each of the group, let them play these characters for 2-3 sessions and then discuss it again with them in more […]

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What light through yonder window breaks

Today is the start of a mini-adventure, set within the larger ‘tapestry’ of the Cantorbridge Tales, but which can also be played as a standalone piece if desired. It is sited in Netherford, in Vindashire , but can be re-sited to any town or City in any pseudo-medieval world that the GM desires. Follow these […]

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Welcome!

Welcome to the The Way of the Waysider; the home of Medieval Fantasy Roleplaying. Our primary Focus is currently on the Dragon Warriors RPG, but the maps and resources can easily be adapted to other FRPGs. This website includes material based on the Dragon Warriors setting, as created by and copyright (c) Dave Morris and […]

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The Streets of Netherford

I’ve just realised that I’ve never put the map of Netherford up with the streets, wards and features named on it; so here it is! The Wards or Districts of the City are: 1) The Sacred Precinct, where St Basil’s Cathedral and the Abbey of St Peter are located. Also here are the law courts, […]

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