This section is the people-friendly areas of role-playing and the web.
Far more important are the contact sites, though-- a way to meet other
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Prince Etrigan's Player
Database and Convention List
Prince Etrigan maintains the longest-running Gamer's Bulletin Board,
for GMs running games and the players who seek them. And, Etrigan has
the updated Convention List so you can meet them in large numbers.
The Shakespearian Eclectic Archives is Brian David Phillip's long-running
Larp/Freeform/Simulation site. If it involves going beyond the tabletop
level, it's covered here. One of the few entertaiing scholarly sites,
its resources are indespensible for taking games live.
Game Publishers Association
The Game Publishers Association (GPA, formerly the SGPA) is the only
industry group devoted to the small publisher. Allied to share
advice, resources, and increase their visibility, many cutting
edge projects surface from these companies, injecting life into
the industry as a whole.
As a community service, we offer Michael John Weaver's Independent Role
Playing Gamer's League registration via web from here. Devoted to
promoting diversity in games and gaming, this is a player/GM database.
Kindred sites and the
No, not the vampire kindred, this referes to sites that, like RPGnet,
are trying to provide game resources over the web in a lively fashion.
We've collected many, and put up a page for you to add your own!
Let us know if there is something you
think would help RPGers everywhere.