Getting professional results with an amateur budget.
How big should a campaign setting be, really? Let’s talk about that, and begin to think about mapping out setting.
It’s been a few weeks since my last big article (the one about bards and songs and urban legends and stuff), so I figure it’s about time for another one. If you’re an experienced GM, you’ve probably already figured out Read More
Some of my fondest memories of playing D&D back in the ‘90s don’t come from the games themselves. Instead, they come from the hours I spent digging through the massive boxed sets that TSR used to produce – worlds and Read More
This was originally posted to Critters RPG. Even if you’ve been playing D&D for years, preparing to run a campaign – or even just a one-off session – can be a daunting task. And if you’ve never run a game before Read More