1000 non-RPG websites for RPG ideas

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471. http://community-2.webtv.net/magentashadow/GOMC/ - God of the Month Club.

472. http://www.bullatomsci.org/issues/1997/mj97/mj97ilnitsky.html - Tunnels under Moscow (Courtesy of Buttercup)

473. http://urbanadventure.org/links/l_cols.htm - Real life tunnels (coutesy of Alish20)

474. http://www.deathrock.net/ariadne/ruins.html - More links for urban exploration

475. http://www.21stcenturyradio.com/merovingian-twyman.htm - Info on the Merovigian mythos (Think Matrix)

476. http://www.pbs.org/wnet/warriorchallenge/vikings/index.html - Warrior Challenge the TV Show


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Keep posting. In a couple days I will have all these links over in my Excel DB. Now that I have some time I may start working on a better format that people can use on web pages.

Also. If people could please use links to main websites that hold a variety of information (Like NOVA) instead of connecting to specific articles, unless those articles are impossible or are hard to get to from the main page. In that case please be specific. But then again this isn't my thread so do what ya want. hehe. That is my only request as I am going to start alphabetizing them.


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481. http://www.pulitzer.org/ Pulitzer prize winners in historical order.

482. http://www.alchemywebsite.com/al_term1.html A very complete alchemy site.

483. http://www.sailorschoice.com/Terms/scterms.htm Nautical terms, sayings and definitions.

484. http://www.isidore-of-seville.com/dueling/ A history and rules of dueling in Europe and early America.

485. http://www.apocalypse.org/pub/u/hilda/flang.html The Victorian language of flowers. Every flower has a specific meaning and messages are sent in a boquet of flowers.

486. http://home1.gte.net/ikvamar/navlinks/duello.htm Twenty-six commandments for dueling.


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Not sure if any of these three have been posted, I'm still wading through the list.

489. http://www.islandnet.com/~egbird/dict/dict.htm - The Grandiloquent Dictionary, a nice site with many obscure words, including a fair few phobia.s

490. http://www.yourdictionary.com/ - Yourdictionary.comAnother dictionary site, with a whole host of languages covered.

491. http://www.pantheon.org/mythica.html - The Encyclopedia Mythica, the name speaks for itself really.

492. http://www.raven-armoury.co.uk/ - Raven Armoury, another site with pictures of swords, all be it rather expensive swords. Some nice fantasy swords though.

493. http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/ - One of the best sites for real world maps that I've seen both modern day and historical.

Edit: Because I've been up too long and can't read properly.
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495. http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/First_Cities/firstcities_splash.htm - Art of the First Cities.
This landmark Metropolitan Museum exhibit delves into the explosion of creativity that swept through the Mediterranean, Mesopotamia, and the Indus Valley over 5,000 years ago. As the fledgling cities in these areas grew, so did their vanity and extravagance. Artisans within the mud-brick of Mohenjo-daro carved delicate sculptures, while the elite of the Caucasus enjoyed divine burials. Wealth, trade, and attention to craft were expressed in intricate inlay, writing tablets, and ornate seals. From dusty cities to eventual empires, these unearthed gems show how our ancestors learned to appreciate the finer things in life.

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