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DnD Bard Spells

DnD Bard Spells

By Jae | March 6, 2019

Bard, the class with no specialization. If you’re DMing a new game and someone says they’re going to play a bard, they could want to do anything with that character. The DnD bard spells are incredibly varied and many players will pigeon hole themselves with their spell choices. If you learn the bard spell list, […]

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How to Create D&D Random Encounters

By Kim | February 27, 2019

One of the best parts of D&D is the element of mystery and potential for randomness.  But sometimes it can be difficult for a dungeon master to come up with fresh, new encounters off the top of their head. In this post, we’ll go over easy tips to create D&D random encounters for your game […]

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DnD Character Sheets

By Jae | February 20, 2019

The DnD Character sheet is super important to the game but often gets little attention. If you’re anything like the average dungeon master, you players are likely all using different character sheets and a pile of player aids each session. You and you players can do better! Different Character Sheets First and foremost, the official […]

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Feats 5e – D&D’s Special Talents

By Jae | February 12, 2019

In D&D, especially in 5th edition, feats are often forgotten or under utilized. Many players skip them in favor an ability score improvement. If you haven’t already, remind your players to check out relevant feats when they level up. A feat isn’t just adding some new abilities to your players arsenal- it’s also giving them […]

DnD Weapons

D&D Weapons – A Complete Guide

By Jae | February 6, 2019

There are a ton of different weapons in D&D and despite your best intentions as a dungeon master, some of the finer details are likely slipping through your fingers. When running a game, it’s important to know what weapons your players are using and how they’re using them. A group that is using two-weapon fighting […]

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How to Make Aged Paper for D&D

By Kim | January 16, 2019

Sometimes it’s nice to add a simple prop to your D&D game to make the world seem more authentic. Making aged paper for your D&D documents is an easy way to make your party more invested in your game. These documents can range anywhere from maps to letters to puzzles. Below we provide step by […]

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