RPGnet - The Inside Scoop on Gaming
Welcome to the RPGnet gamer's encyclopedia. This is a set of definitive
links to accurate source material for scenarios, worlds, and sourcebooks.
Rather than present 10 million links that you can never sort through,
we've focused on the one (or two) most definitive sites for each topic,
i.e. that person who keeps the most useful references. Some of these topics
are direct links, and some are indices, but all are designed to get to you
distilled information in as few clicks as possible. Enjoy! Comments and
suggestions for new sections gleefully accepted by Sandy
(email@example.com). Eternally a work
Everything can be found at either the academically arranged
Basalt Regional library or
WWW Virtual library.
Overview of the modern age
Artifacts by region,
and the language
Arts and Music (including historical aspects)
Combat and Military Studies
Masks and Makeup
native crafts and supplies
the Fantasy page
Future Shock, Apocalypse theories, and
and more History
International Culture (current and past)
(NSA/CIA/DIA/NRO manuals and details)
present, and future
overview and a good
Ancient Myths and Legends
Kate Monk's Onomastikon)
Patents (for history or reference)
Censored News stories
Society (Harper's Index) and
the US Gazetteer (Census)
Women quotes and
Science past and present,
Mad Science, and
Special Collections, including rare and occult books
The RPG Hound
is also building a very nice site of essays and resources.
Tesarta have made a similar creation, and their
list of resources is extremely good.
Research-It meta-tool is a great language/history/stat finder
is a new forum collecting ideas.
Bookshelf is a good summary of real-world books for gamemasters
building their library.