RPGGamer Menu
Home
        Editorials
        Old Updates

GM Tools

Reviews

RPG Hints
        Adventures
        House Rules
        Game Ideas

Star Wars D/6
        Campaign
        Starships
        Vehicles
        Equipment
        Planets
        Characters
        The Force
        Supplements
        Online Journal
        GM Screen
        Hardware
        NPC Generator

Star Wars D/20
        Starships
        Vehicles
        Equipment
        Planets
        Characters
        The Force
        Supplements
        Online Journal

Warhammer
StarGate SG1
Buffy RPG
Babylon 5
Farscape
Slaine
Star Trek
Lone Wolf RPG
Exalted
Earthdawn


SEPTEMBER 2005 UPDATES

QUOTE OF THE MONTH:        "You know what my favorite Trask [the character that trains you in KotOR] theory is? It's that he survived his fight with Bandon and managed to escape the Endar Spire and spent the rest of his days living among the rubble of Taris teaching other survivors how to dress themselves or open doors. And shouting. Lots of shouting." - Rimwalker.


28/September/2005

        Added Arakyd/Blastech LJ-50 Concussion Rifle to the Star Wars D/6 Equipment Section, another contribution by those great guys at SpiritSpiders.com. You may also notice a new addition to the side menu in the form of NPC Generator, this is a Windows program written by Benjamin Lamberth (who also kindly gave us the Hardware Sourcebook). It allows the random generation of Non-Player Characters for Star Wars D/6 through its intuitive interface, simplifying and speeding up a task for GamesMasters, allowing them more time to focus on more important details, characters and pieces of storyline. Thanks to Benjamin for this one, something I can forsee getting heavy use in the very near future.

        Well work continues on changing over to the database based menu system, a task that is proving time consuming in the extreme, which is why there haven't been any updates in the past week. The planets section has been fully converted, and is now being used, and hopefully over the next few days more and more parts of the site will go over to the new system until the changeover is complete. Once this is done, not only will normal updates resume, but also I can work on the next part of the system.

        Thanks for bearing with us through this transitional period, which hopefully shouldn't last much longer.


21/September/2005

        Added Taris (Old Republic Trade Centre) and Manaan (Old Republic Kolto Production Planet) to the Star Wars D/6 Planets Section.

        As I mentioned earlier this month, I have created a new menu system for the site, which when completed will allow filtering and sorting of what is shown. The code for this is mainly done, but by far the largest part of this project is transferring the items from the hard coded html menus, into the database to allow the new system to work. This is a large project since there are over 900 stats currently on the site, and the process isn't a simple transfer of the information, but the addition of extra information (Alliegence, Type, Subtype, Era and whether it is official or not) to allow the sorting.

        Well, out of the 932 sets of stats on the site, 136 have so far been entered into the database. This is something I want to have complete for the end of the month, so guarantee its success on schedule, I will possibly be forced to skip updates for a number of days. Hopefully our visitors will understand that this is being done to improve the site, and to improve its usefulness to you.


20/September/2005

19/September/2005

18/September/2005

        Added Circarpous V / Mimban (Galactic Empire Mining Colony) to the Star Wars D/6 Planets Section.


16/September/2005

        Added Muunilinst (Intergalactic Banking Clan HomeWorld) to the Star Wars D/6 Planets Section.


15/September/2005

        Added Polis Massa (Independent Archelogical Dig) to the Star Wars D/6 Planets Section.

        Well another poll is finished with visitors favorite part of the site being our Starships section, which noticably is also our largest section, in second place was the My Group section, which is nice to know that you like to know about us. The full results were . . . .