From the Easy Button to using Athletes for Inspiration a couple paths on how to create names for your Dungeons & Dragons characters.
After listening to 311 versions of The Wellerman it’s time for you to add shanties to your D&D game.
Everyone can be a hero, even the humble laborer who is the best fence maker in Flowing Lake.
The 17 one-shots in the March D&D book have me quite excited.
Who is your next zero-to-hero?
Get rid of languages; replace them with Culture: NAME.
Darius Dondermonger came into being when two roads combined. The first road originated some time ago, when the D&D released the Drakewarden. Dragons are quite important in the World of the Everflow, so I knew I would revisit the Drakewarden. The second road came when grocery shopping. We needed cheese, lots of cheeses. Yes, we’re fans of charcuterie. These roads merged when reading about Dragon’s Milk Stout’s web-RPG release. As often happens, flavor started to inspire the story.
From Christmas elves of tradition, to the inventors of Jingle Jangle, you can find your inspiration for your next Artificer.
Sometimes your character becomes more real when they fail.
Empower flavor to empower the stories you tell.