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Here are my 20 favorite items from 2020. Click, read, and share the awesome stuff I wrote for pixel and print about D&D, Tacoma, Renton, Defiance, Sounders and more.
The D&D movie news and rumors continue to flow – that and more inspiration for your next RPG session.
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.
I wish all who read my little corner of the internet a Merry Christmas, a Happy Yuletide, and a Joyous New Year.
More news about the Dungeons and Dragons movie, a monster manual of dad jokes, a few gift ideas, things to inspire your own adventures and more. This week’s Lore Collage also includes the Stranger Things one-shot adventure run by Chris Perkins.
Originally posted on ThinkDM:
As a matter of adventure design (or when improvising as a DM), you shouldn’t lock mission-critical information behind a skill check. Because if the characters fail the check, the plot line is dead. But, the solution isn’t to get rid of skill checks. The solution is DC 0 checks. “Isn’t that…
There are two important things in a goblin’s lyfe. I’m talking about all of us, the gobkon, the hobkon, the mulkon — all of us. Your relationship to the Queen and your Guild. This is hard for you humans, with all your divergent nations and cities and faiths and disgusting menagerie animals to understand. I’m…