I'm going to start a list of safety tools and resources. Please add more (and credit folks) in the replies. Please notify us if any of these links are no longer valid, should be changed, or contain outdated information. Please support the authors and creators of these tools whenever possible.
These resources are about making sure that everyone at your table has a safe, fun, positive experience. For some this might seem like an unnecessary step or a waste of time. Maybe it is. But maybe by taking just a few extra steps, you can be more confident that everyone at your table is aware of what they're getting into and excited for it. Everyone should talk prior to your first game (some call it Session 0) and set parameters. Even if you don't use the tools offered here, it's important that everyone at your table has the same expectations and the same understanding of what is and isn't out of bounds.
- The TTRPG Safety Tool Kit, compiled by Kienna Shaw and Lauren-Bryant Monk. The full kit is here: bit.ly/ttrpgsafetytoolkit You can also find the reference PDF here: https://i.4pcdn.org/tg/1583202183294.pdf
- Consent In Gaming, a free PDF from Sean K. Reynolds and Shanna Germain. Can be found here: https://www.montecookgames.com/consent-in-gaming/
- Details on the X-Card system can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SB0 ... obilebasic
- The Script Change RPG Toolbox by Beau Jagr Sheldon here: https://thoughty.itch.io/script-change