Welcome to February’s DMs Guild roundup! Every month I gather together some of the best new releases from the DMs Guild. You won’t find many bestsellers here; the huge amount of new content appearing daily means that lots of great Read More
Axebane’s Modular Dungeon Tiles are an affordable, attractive option for those of us who can’t stretch to a set of Dwarven Forge tiles.
Looking back at AD&D’s “Chronomancer”, and converting some material to the latest edition.
January’s DMs Guild roundup, featuring airships, brawls, and minor magics!
The second in a two-part article examining the design of monster manuals over the history of D&D, and asking what we can do to modernise them.
The first in a two-part article looking at the design of monster manuals over the various editions of D&D, and asking what we can do to modernise them.
We’re taking baby steps to get back into writing the adventure path, beginning development on the turtlekin settlement.
We return to the Blasted Lands, with stats for 4 new monsters and a discussion of what goes in to building monsters in 5th edition.
The latest pack of paper miniatures from Trash Mob Minis is excellent, as always.
We take a look at some fun RPG systems with low prices, so you can get started without breaking the bank.