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.
Get rid of languages; replace them with Culture: NAME.
An entry in Phatha Phioxa Baroness-flagged of the Guild’s diary after she left on First Flight to the Lands of Kin
You are a light fighter who once served as a conscript in a standing army or militia. While there you learned the horrors of war. You also learned how to survive. You fought with what was available. Then, the war ended.
How would you run a D&D campaign that focuses on rebelling against a power much mightier than the player-characters? What tools would you use to rise against The White Witch, or The Union, or the Burgue?
All of these backgrounds vary from the system as outlined in the Player’s Handbook (2 skills and 2 languages/kits/games/instruments/tools). They are slightly more powerful, but also have limitations in regards to origin kingdom and maybe negative features. The bonuses include an extra non-damaging cantrip, a bit more equipment, a single weapon or companion points. A DM running…
A session recap for a Lost Mines of Phandelver campaign.
Awf Hornjaw et Loragwyn, a gold dwarf battleaxe wielding wizard, left his homes because he heard of a goblin threat near Neverwinter. In Neverwinter Awf met some industrious souls in the city. Karkom Hammerstone, that wonderful axe and hammer dwarf, knows how to share an ale and those massive arms look like they’d be strong…
This campaign is set five years after the Lorebook Hunters. With the call of magic strong in the Western Wildes, the kingdoms of the Everflow are stressed by magic. The New Peoples (Ken and Kon), the Offspring of Chorl, the elementals in The Ferments, the Haunting of the High Hills, truce at the River Crinth…