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D&D Town Generator

By Jae | August 29, 2018

So, your adventures walked away from the main story line again and are in the middle of unplanned nowhere. This happens to every DM. But what do you do when you need to put an area together for your party in a short amount of time? You turn to generators of course! Currently, we haven’t […]

Designing A Mystery for DnD

By Jae | August 22, 2018

Sometimes DnD can fall into the formula of combat, dungeon crawls, and fetch quests. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, sometimes you need more opportunities role playing. The perfect solution to a role play light game is a mystery adventure. Mysteries are are essentially large role play focused puzzles that the players need to […]

Metagaming and Character Development

By Jae | August 15, 2018

A player can influence their character and other player’s characters in both obvious and subtle ways. While players often start with the end goal of what type of character they want in mind, they often overlook one of the fundamental elements of D&D, which is the journey the game takes their character on and how […]

Overthinking It

By Jae | August 8, 2018

As a DM you will run into a lot of problems when running D&D. While most of these problems can be solved with knowledge of the rules or simply talking through an issue with your players, there is one  problem that is hard to manage without breaking the flow of the game. We’re talking about […]

Creating a One-Shot Adventure

By Kim | August 1, 2018

There are many reasons you might find yourself running a one-shot. Whether you’re trying to entice new players with their first adventure or you need to come up with an alternative because half of your regular players couldn’t make it to your scheduled session, almost every DM has had to use a one-shot adventure. But […]

Saying Yes and No

By Jae | July 25, 2018

Dungeons and Dragons is a shared experience. Both you and your players take part in crafting the story. Playing the game as a dungeon master also means running the game and having to wrest some of that power away from your players. There are times when you players may want to do crazy things. There […]

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