Pasta Arugula Salad

This is my favorite salad. It’s suitable for most occasions and can serve as a main or side dish. It takes around 20 minutes to prepare. The ingredients (in a copyable fashion): 500 g Pasta 250 g Mini Tomatoes 250 g Mozzarella 125 g Arugula 100 g Green Pesto 2 Tablespoons Honey 2 Tablespoons Mustard 1 Handful Grinded Parmesan Cheese Cook the pasta as described on the package (al dente).
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How to create a city map (GIF)

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Giving Pathfinder Professions More Meaning!

I wanted to add additional mechanics to professions in Pathfinder to give them more meaning. At the moment the only usage of a profession is to earn some money. Occasionally some professions can be used in other ways; for example fixing a cart. These additional mechanics should give players more incentive to pick a profession, instead of spending their points on perception. Cook Preparing a Lavish Meal: To prepare a Lavish Meal you need one pound of fresh ingredients per small or normal creature to feed.
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How to prepare a Campaign without rail-roads

I posted this on reddit a while back, just adding it here for completion. When I plan a campaign, I separate the planning phase in two parts: Planning the main story arc Preparing for a session Planning the main story arc First figure out in which world you play want to play. Who are the big players? Kings, Gods, established heroes, etc. . Create a small list of attributes for every important NPC.
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Create tileable textures with GIMP

The input material I took photos of the grass in my backyard to create a grass texture. The camera was held at shoulder height pointing down. I cropped the image into a 1:1 image. Try to keep the image as big as possible. Do not scale it into your desired dimension yet! Make it tileable! There are two methods to make the image tileable/seamless. The easiest way to create a tileable texture is to use the “Make Seamless” tool (Filters->Map->Make Seamless).
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Pathfinder Loot Generators

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Moved to WordPress

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