Welcome to The Gift of Dice and feel free to browse these humble wares.
The Gift of Dice is the playful name I chose to publish my art.
I am Gabriel Caetano (they/them), and I am a queer, Latine parent, TRPG creator, audio professional, and game facilitator (aka GM) from Brazil.
On this page, you will find role-playing games, as well as TTRPG-adjacent experiences, mostly fantasy games, although I have been getting more and more into weird fantasy, and I have been more and more interested in anthropology and the role games have in human life.
You are welcome to browse my projects to find some fantasy-oriented, narrative games, a couple of settings, experimentations, and mechanics.
Among the project pages published here, you will also find a collection of Safety Tools, a database of resources for TTRPG creators,
All TTRPG things here are the product of excellent taste and limited skill. The one must be carefully cultivated to grow and flourish, while the other must be trained to be the best it can be. So while I may not hit the best word choice for any or all creations here, I regret nothing!
I hope you appreciate and enjoy every game, setting, supplement, and statement I share with you, and I hope that you love it, or hate it, embrace it or despise it.
All TTRPG content has a price tag, except when I think it shouldn't, and all of them have alternate methods of access for anyone who does not enjoy the privilege of earning dollars, euros, pounds, and similar, hegemon currencies.
Yet, non-white people, non-het, and non cis-male people anywhere who cannot afford to buy anything I make without putting their safety and well-being financially are welcome to get my stuff for free, one way or another.
I've come across this game design manifesto and I've decided to adopt it for my own game design as best as I can and let it evolve as I grow as a game designer and writer.
Whether I'll succeed or fail at following these principles, or even how they will evolve over time, all I can say is let's play to find out.
None of the content created here is compatible with Hasbro or Paizo products, or products by any company or individual that shares their ethics and predatory approach to industrializing an art form, on principle.
You are free to reuse, remix, recycle, refurbish, redo, improve, shred, and otherwise play around with everything here with the condition that you credit all of your sources and that you publish your derivative work under the Anti-Capitalist Attribution Cooperative Licence, except where specifically noted.
THANK YOU FOR VISITING!
Some cool things you can pick to use at your table for safer games. Did I miss any safety tools? Feel free to contact me on Twitter or leave a comment on the curated list of safety tools page .
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