From 1d4chan

The term Homebrew originates in the alcoholic beverage industry, referring to people who brew their own beverages at home. The term has since grown substantially in scope, but for /tg/, "homebrew" usually refers to house rules, settings, stories, or even entire games made up by bored board browsers.

How to Homebrew:[edit]

So, you've decided to try your hand at building something off of an existing system, like, say, D&D. Alright. First step: Look real hard at the rules, similar classes, or other things like that. Alright, you understand what the framework is. Now, how offshooty is it going to be? A new weapon with one or two special rules? A special city? A new RACE? Make sure to make it semi reasonable. Then toss it over to a friend after proofreading any rules or lore. They might catch mihsssed messtaikees. Congrats. Add a little polish and you're good. Emperor save us all.

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