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Adventure Framework Part 2: Forget What I said, Do what I say! Conceptualizing Your Endgame.
At the end of my last article (Adventure Framework Part 1: Start at the beginning) I said “You need to set a proper foundation, both for your players and yourself. From this, you set your pillars. The pillars are the stories you will tell. In part two we I’ll delve into the pillar of yourContinue reading “Adventure Framework Part 2: Forget What I said, Do what I say! Conceptualizing Your Endgame.”
Top 10: D&D Characters I’ve Played
When I make a character for Dungeons & Dragons they need to have the perfect name. If I’m not happy with the name, I won’t play the character. As such over the 30 plus years that I’ve played the game, my hall of champions has a relatively small number of characters. These are my topContinue reading “Top 10: D&D Characters I’ve Played”
Starting Players on the “Right” Foot: A Dungeon Master’s Guide.
Over a decade ago, there was a defining moment that would shape my Dungeon Mastering career. The moment that nearly all tabletop gamers share has long been burned into my psyche. A reminder. Thinking about it now: my hands clench into a fist, my heart skips a beat, my brow furrows. I feel a swellingContinue reading “Starting Players on the “Right” Foot: A Dungeon Master’s Guide.”
Influential Female Characters: Keyleth
Most of my readers and our fans know that when I started gaming again, my Dungeon Master suggested I watch some Critical Role to help me. I have a habit of getting stuck in my own head and being too worried about rules to just play and have fun. The show did help and also giveContinue reading “Influential Female Characters: Keyleth”
My First TPK | OMG THE FEELS!
In 20 years, I had never lost a character in any of my tabletop games.
Tim from Last Week Reviews: Dungeons & Dragons #1
On the first page, we are dropped right into the action.
From Table to Real Life: How RPGs Benefit Players
Tabletop gaming is definitely fun, especially if you find the types of games you really like.
Dungeons and Dragons, Devil’s Playground to Pop Culture Staple
Dungeons and Dragons was published by Tactical Studies Rules, Inc in 1974.