A rare side-view map, an update on Friday Fight Night, and my interview with Geek & Sundry.
Need an adventure fast? Here’s a list of the top 20 highest rated adventures on the DMs Guild. You’re welcome.
This contest is now closed and the winners have been notified. Thanks to everybody who took part! If you don’t follow me on Twitter, you might not have heard that I’m running a contest to celebrate the launch of my Read More
Welcome to the latest installment of my monthly DMs Guild roundup! Before we’d start, just a quick one, if you’ll indulge me. A few people on Twitter asked why I don’t have a Patreon page, and I didn’t have a Read More
This article was intended to be the beginning of a new series on worldbuilding and campaign design, in which I’m going to build both a campaign setting and a campaign to play in that setting at the same time. It Read More
Welcome to February’s Best of DMs Guild post, now in its regular slot on the last Wednesday of the month. Without any further ado, let’s get into it. Deadly Dungeon Doors by Glen Cooper This came out a couple of Read More
It’s been a while coming, but my first DM’s Guild title Dark Deeds has finally reached 50 paid sales (well, 57 – sales through Drive Thru RPG don’t count towards the DMs Guild bestseller numbers) to become my second Copper Bestseller. Read More
Welcome to the first DMs Guild roundup of 2017! The purpose of these posts, as I’m sure you’re aware by now, is to highlight some of the new products I’ve enjoyed the most over the past month, with an emphasis Read More
I opened my email yesterday to a message from Jeff Stevens – who you may remember as the brain behind Encounters in the Savage Frontier. When he was putting the book together he commissioned Daniel F. Walthall to produce an Read More
Monsters! Fantasy Stock Art Vol 1. by Daniel Walthall Daniel Walthall’s art is great. It’s got a lovely old school feel to it, and his creatures are full of character. This is a collection of stock art he’s making available Read More