DEBRIEFING: THE STARGATE SG-1 ROLEPLAYING GAME
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GAMING & RESOURCE LINKS
Richard Dean Anderson's Web Site: Believe it or not, R.D. Anderson's site is a great resource about the show. Not only is he the show's leading actor, he also seems to be quite the fan.
Stargate RPG Resource Website: This site has some things that will make your SG game run more easily, like bundle sheets to keep track of your gear and a DM's screen.
Stargatecaps: This site has some truly beuatiful screen captures from the show, and plenty of them.
Stargatefan: This is a great resource for Stargate sounds, images, and fan fiction. This wonderful site is good enough to host tons of screen captures, and for that, I thank them.
The Rancor Pit Planet Generator : Generate not only planet names but also the basics with this tool.
The Stargate SG-1 Cartoon: If you're a fan of the show, the comics here are hilarious!
Wikipedia - Stargate: This wikipedia gives information about the movie, from the which television show was developed.
Wikipedia - Stargate SG-1: This wikipedia has information about the television show. The roleplaying game follows the show more closely than the movie, so this is of most use to gamers trying to learn about the game.
Farscape Fantasy: A place for creative Farscapers and the things they make.
Farscape World: Another good Farscape resource site.
Kismet's Dungeons and Dragons Basics: In this section of my D&D site, I cover aspects of the d20 system as they pertain to Dungeons and Dragons. Stargate uses some of the same elements, namely the six attributes, the idea of character classes (although the classes themselves are different), skills and feats.
Kismet's Guide to Gaming: This is my guide to roleplaying, explaining the simplest basics such as: what a roleplaying game is, what a player is, what a character sheet is for, and so forth.
The Hypertext d20 SRD: The d20 gaming system is owned by Wizards of the Coast. They allow people to make games using the d20 system according to certain guidelines. The Stargate game is based on the d20 system, but it differs in many key ways. To understand the differences, you need to know a bit about the d20 system. To get an idea of the basics as they pertain to the Stargate game, read the sections on Basics, Skills, Feats, Combat, and the Condition Summary.
EBoN Name Generator: The Everchanging Book of Names is a small, free program that can become a DM's best friend. Although it is possible to come up with modern names using this program, it really shines as a generator of fantasy names.
Kate Monk's Onomastikon: You may have to scroll down a litlte to reach some name lists, but there are plenty of names sorted by culture on this site.
Medieval Names Archive: This site focuses on the historical accuracy of names, but it also lists some great, unique-sounding names, as well.