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    Zeitgeist DM Screen (4e)

    (For use with this or any other slipsleeve GM screen)

    I've decided I wanted to fill out my own GM screen for my Zeitgeist campaign, primarily because I think the official 4e screen has too much information on it and I've been itching to use my customizable screen. Included are outside panels with pictures, and inside panels with DM information.

    One of the panels is based off of Sly Flourish's excellent DM Cheat Sheet.

    Anyways, I thought some of you might find use for this.
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    Will Thibault is a winged, feathered serpent rarely found anywhere except in warm, jungle-like regions or flying through the ether. Due to his intelligence and powers he is regarded with awe by the inhabitants of his homelands and is considered to be divine.

 

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    I use the exact same screen with my Zeitgeist game. On my outside panels I use the map of Lanjyr, the map of Flint, and the main Zeitgeist logo. It comes in handy to be able to easily point to a location in Flint,

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    D&DZEITGEISTI Defended The Walls!

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    What do the boxes headed 'heroic, paragon, epic' on screen1 refer to? Apologies if I am asking a stupid question.

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    It refers to a bit from an article found on the Wizard's site; Tutorial: Terrain Powers; specifically, look just below the header "Terrain Conditions".

    Combined with SlyFlourish's numerical guidelines, they're intended as a means to easily improv powers when appropriate.

    EDIT: Now that you mention it, I think I'll do the Lanjyr/Flint/Logo bit. Good idea.
    Will Thibault is a winged, feathered serpent rarely found anywhere except in warm, jungle-like regions or flying through the ether. Due to his intelligence and powers he is regarded with awe by the inhabitants of his homelands and is considered to be divine.

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    D&DZEITGEISTI Defended The Walls!

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    Thanks! I hadn't seen that article.

    On a Zeitgeist-specific note, I think that list of conditions could be very useful to help adjudicate the martial scientist encounter power. This is the sort of thing I would consider allowing the power to do (rather than dish out straight damage).

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    That's part of the reason I put it in; I have a Martial Scientist in my party.
    Will Thibault is a winged, feathered serpent rarely found anywhere except in warm, jungle-like regions or flying through the ether. Due to his intelligence and powers he is regarded with awe by the inhabitants of his homelands and is considered to be divine.

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