Over the decades, I've started various sites for roleplaying systems and settings I've run or played. While none of them keep up with the latest trends, they have much to offer that can be translated into new games, and I hope you enjoy reading them.
Kismet's World of Darkness began in the late 90s with a focus on Vampire: the Masquerade but has grown to embrace Chronicles of Darkness, with a focus on Changeling: the Lost. It also hosts the repository of Sanguinus Curae, a V:tM site with many contributors that ran from 1999-2010.
Kismet's Dungeons & Dragons started as a place to share my first campaign and creations (in 3.0 and 3.5 edition), and has developed into a resource for Dungeon Masters, new gamers, and those who are looking for ways to expand their fantasy campaigns (including some material for Pathfinder).
Relatedly, Kismet's Guide to Thay is a blog that focuses intensely on developing the Forgotten Realms' country of Thay as a detailed setting, since we have a long-standing evil campaign based there.
Kismet's Dragon Age discusses the tabletop game by Green Ronin. I was hoping to run a game set many years before the video games in the Tevinter Empire when it was the dominant force on Thedas. Although the game didn't get far, what I've mused on may help someone.
Many years ago I ran the d20 Stargate SG-1 and had a blast with it. I couldn't find many resources online then so I decided to add my own, and have kept it up in case anyone could use some inspiration.
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