Your dinosaurs are probably too fast. Here’s a quick way to correct that.
DM Heroes throws together a handful of racial/lineage options with descriptions that are not centered on combat.
Everyone I know has moved to gaming online via video calls or VTT. This video is a great reminder on how to make that experience better. It also applies to most conference calls and video meetings, not just D&D and RPGs.
A small dinosaur common in scrublands and deserts. The ripper lizard, as the people of Telse call it, is deadly in packs.
Forget the low-prep life, and recognize that all of life is prep for how you play role-playing game or write stories. Find your inspiration in every moment you live.
More important than the new racial options and mechanics in the latest UA is the sidebar titled Design Note: Changes to Racial Traits.
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.