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These are the answers to some of the questions that have been asked us about the site. We hope that they answer yours. If you have a question you would like answered, please click on the following link and fill out the form. Submit your question.

What do LC, LG, and LJ stand for?
LC: Living City, LW: Living Greyhawk, and LJ: Living Jungle. These are "Living" Campaign.

What is a "Living" Campaign?
A "Living" campain is one of the Role Playing Gamers Association's (RPGA) on-going adventures. In a campaign, you create a character that you can take to any Convention running one of these campaigns, and play that character in the event. You can only play the character in its corresponding campaign (ie: A Living City character can only be played in a Living City Event). For more infomation, go to RPGA Campaigns.

Why do the Benefit and Interactive Events cost $2.00?
The $2.00 is collected on behalf of a charity and is given to them. Most conventions collect $2.00 to $3.00 for an event and for a benefit they collect twice that, half of which is given to a charity. As we don't collect event fees we are only collecting money for charity. All money collected on behalf of the charity will given to the charity.

Will I have to Pay the $2.00 to play in a benefit or interactive event?
Yes. The whole purpose of the benefit events and interacties is to collect money for the charity.

What are Die Bump Certs?
Die Bump certs are certificates that are given to the winner of each table in a Living Campaign that features a die bump cert. These certs can be used for bonus XP for a character or to bump your die roll up by a factor of one.

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