Early yesterday afternoon a few people started throwing out tweets of unusual characters who might be found in the various taverns that populate our fantasy worlds, all collected under the tag #TavernTables. I thought it was really fun and inspiring, Read More
A free Shadepoint encounter for 6th level heroes.
I promised the writeup of Shadepoint a couple of weeks ago, and then never came back to it here. I had put it together as a PDF and was waiting for it to be approved on DriveThru RPG, which took Read More
Looking back at AD&D’s “Chronomancer”, and converting some material to the latest edition.
Yesterday’s map hasn’t appeared yet, and I wanted to update you on why (and when to expect it), but I’m trying to avoid posting general announcement/blog posts wherever possible. I want everything on this site to be useful in some Read More
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 return to the Blasted Lands, with stats for 4 new monsters and a discussion of what goes in to building monsters in 5th edition.
3 months on, how did Breaker of Chains perform?
Books, and their contents.