New Feature: Plot Hook Ideas

As you may have noticed, I have not posted much lately. My weekly gaming group has been down too many people to role-play very often, so we have mostly stuck to board games. On the weeks that we did role-play, we mainly played one-offs to test upcoming products for a number of companies and I am not allowed to post details. Since this makes for a boring site, I have decided to start a new column!

Since their are many types of gamers, some of these posts will be serious, some absurd, some fantasy, and some science fiction. Hopefully, there will be something for everyone.

Since Easter is just around the corner, this post will be holiday themed.

Setting: Modern
Seriousness (0-5): 0

It turns out that millions of children were right to believe in large, anthropomorphic rabbits; it turns out that they really do exist. The human-rabbit hybrid seems to have lost his mind though as he has been hiding rotten eggs in the worst possible places: air ducts, under beds, and worst of all, inside shoes! The PCs must put a stop to his madness and, optionally, cure the bunny of his psychosis.

Look for new plot hooks every week or two. Also, if you use any of the plot hooks from this site, please leave a comment telling how it went.

One Comment

  1. Estrella said:

    My first character was a fitehgr my arch-nemesis helped me create. I was 7 years old. He guided me through character generation for a 1st level fighting man then told me, as my DM, he would be generous and give me a number of magic items (most wizard based) and a ton of gold to start off my adventuring career. Then he told me I had to fight his high level wizard and he killed me with his first spell then told me that now he gets all my stuff. Then he went off to PvP some other kid in class who had a character at the same level. I thought what a stupid game . But it still somehow grabbed a hold of me, the dice, the character sheet, the idea. Fortunately, an actual friend had an older brother who ran actual games and it really started there.

    September 3, 2012

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