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When designing traps, it’s easy to overlook falling in a hole due to its simplicity and the tropes surrounding it. A simple pit, the edge of a cliff, or a treacherous climb- each of these can become a trap if set up and used properly. For today’s Trap Tuesday, we’re going to look at how […]
Earlier this month Wizards of the Coast announced their new Campaign Book, Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus. This campaign setting takes players from levels 1 to 13 in the city of Balder’s Gate and is sure to rekindle many people’s love for the source material. Based on the series of video games set in the […]
It would be a challenge to know every rule in Dungeons and Dragons since there are multiple books and loads of supplemental material. But the rules of DnD are just a framework for mechanics. So if it’s difficult to know all the rules, how are we expected to run the game, let alone a good […]
The consequence of a trap in DnD usually ends with players taking damage. Players come to fear if their next step will cause them to get spiked, fire-balled, pummeled, or worse. This can lead to paranoia that can hurt game play; you may find your players saying “I check for traps” every 5 minutes. If […]
Hey everyone! As I’m sure most of you are aware, we’ve been making a more serious attempt to create more content for Master the Dungeon. As part of that effort, we’ve created some merchandise so you can get awesome DnD related gear and we can avoid starvation. If you want to support us, buying merch […]
Adding vegetation to your tabletop terrain models is an easy way to give them more life. Creating grass by using flocking is probably the easiest way to incorporate plants into your models. Flocking can be made with a number of different materials. While you can just purchase your own flocking, creating your own at home […]