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  1. OpenCartographer: The next evolution of OpenRPG and Traipse

    Well ladies and germs, ol' AdamX20 has been hard at work bringing the latest and greatest upgrades to the original OpenRPG software. After having just tested out the early stages of his newest OpenRPG --> Traipse rebuild, I have to admit, I'm quite impressed.

    The new software, which will be released under the name OpenCartographer, is the next evolution of the original OpenRPG code base. The first thing I noticed on downloading a pre-Alpha version was that OpenCartographer will boast ...

    Updated 03-02-2011 at 05:51 PM by Ao

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  2. Here Comes the Goodness

    Oh man. Traipse development has been steady. Even though I have created several different softwares, each software is a R&D area for a major component of the next milestone of the virtual game table. I now have every component to a level I could at least put together and make a table ... but I wont. Not at this stage.

    I am currently at a major turning point in OpenRPG development. I am working on the Effects layer. Planned development will involve two effects, Light and Dark. ...
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  3. The Pious UI

    I wanted to give a brief overview of the new technology that is going to be introduced in the next milestone of Traipse. Most of the changes are already available in the source code, and I have some planned additions that are simple to add.

    The Pious UI:
    The UI is designed to be as portable and as customizable as possible. I have achieved this by ripping out any statement, function, class, calculation, etc. that is not specifically designed to modify the UI. The main.py file ...

    Updated 03-15-2010 at 08:13 AM by adamx20

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  4. Finally, the new Tangled Web shows up.

    The new layout is really nice and the new software has a lot of features. I am seeing more professional level forums using similar software, the QtCentre for example, so I have a growing feeling that Ao made a really good decision here. Woot!!

    That said .. I am going to be blogging about my development updates here. I am not sure how many people are interested in the Traipse development, but I hope to drum up interest by showing off what the new version can do. Expect screen shots, ...

    Updated 03-03-2010 at 08:05 PM by adamx20 (categorizing..)

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  5. How to play Dungeons and Dragons Online

    If you've been looking for a place to play traditional pen and paper style role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, or Shadowrun you've come to the right place. The members of the Tangled Web all have one thing in common; we love to play RPGs. We have two different ways to play your favorite systems and settings with friends around the world.

    The best way to play online RPGs by far is via a Virtual Gaming Table like OpenRPG or MapTool. These virtual game tables allow ...