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Archfey Patron Example for DnD Warlocks

By Jae | November 4, 2019

Continuing on our journey of understanding the Warlock, we’ve created another patron example you can use in your game. This week we’re diving into the world of Archfey Patrons with a singular homebrew example. Archfey Patron: Som Liatria, the Eater of Dreams Of all the Patrons a warlock could draw power from, few are as […]

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How to Create Good DnD Names for Characters

By Jae | October 24, 2019

Coming up with good character names can be difficult. The moment you go to actually name something you’re met with this weird blank paralysis. Every idea that pops into your head seems wrong, doesn’t fit, or is too silly. The solution to this problem is much like any other: you need a good framework for […]

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The Complete Guide to DnD Traps

By MTDadmin | October 22, 2019

A Complete Guide to Traps for Dungeons and Dragons 5e Traps are a classic cornerstone of Dungeons and Dragons. We’re all familiar with spike pits, rolling boulders, or swinging blades. These examples help highlight one of the best things about  DnD traps: they have a huge amount of variety! If you want to add some […]

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Kingdoms & Warfare Kickstarter

By Kim | October 21, 2019

Kingdoms & Warfare, the sequel to Strongholds & Followers from MCDM productions, has already hit their $300,000 goal. At the time of this writing, they’ve managed to accumulate a pledge over $450,000 and have unlocked 5 stretch goals. There are 5 different pledge tiers to choose from, ranging from $25 for the PDF to $280 […]

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Using Reach Weapons

By Jae | October 21, 2019

Reach weapons, like the glaive, are a fun melee weapon type for DnD. However, they can often be misused and sometimes new players have questions about their rules. In this DnD Quick Tip we’re going to talk about reach weapons and how they work. Reach Weapons Let you Reach Further As the name implies, a […]


What Makes a Good Villain?

By Kim | October 17, 2019

Having a villain in your D&D campaign creates a powerful call to action for your players. They are generally the driving force that push players from quest to quest and makes them feel like heroes. But what makes a good D&D villain? What is a Villain? A villain can be anyone who is antagonistic towards […]

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