|Langmaker was a key resource for conlangers in the early 2000s. “The best thing about Langmaker was its universality. Every conlanger from every conlang community—or from no conlang community—was welcome there, and every conlanger found value in it. It was the Rick’s of conlanging.” —from the preface by David J. Peterson, creator of Dothraki and author of The Art of Language Invention
|A modern take on the great gamebooks of the 1980s. Unlike those books, Hero’s Arc has story arcs, so losing a battle won’t always result in death, but may result in a setback of a different kind. You’ll need pen and paper and three six-sided dice, each a different color or different size. One will be your strength die, one your dexterity die, and one your wisdom die. For trait checks, you’ll need to roll your trait or lower. Then you’ll use a designated die result for damage.
|This e-book outlines an agile development approach to creating card games, with examples and design challenges. If you’re interested in designing board games, designing card games is an excellent place to start or to practice your craft.
|This e-book documents the grammar of the Muna Lingi constructed language [PDF] in detail and also features a two-way dictionary.
|Collects into one volume many of the most valuable Creative Commons articles from the Dungeon World Syllabus.