The artificer class returns, bringing magical tech to 5e
Tuesday, August 20
There are lots of ways to use terrain in your tabletop roleplaying games and there are loads of options when you are looking at modular dungeon tiles.
Let’s talk about how to determine the starting level for your next D&D 5e campaign.
The “Training to Gain Levels” section of the DMG has a very brief segment on page 131 regarding an optional approach at training to level up.
Monday, August 19
A giant skeleton is a bit different from an average undead in that they are actually imbued by whatever necromancy has brought it back from the dead.
When the villains go down that quickly, all the players are happy, but the GM is often left feeling unsatisfied. When did roleplaying become a zero-sum game?
We’ve all been caught in that position before – forced to choose between improv and letting the players down.
The Modrons are beings of perfect order.
Sunday, August 18
I wanted a fun Hunting mini-game that could be quickly implemented while at the table and doesn’t require too much effort or time from the GM.
Wizards of the Coast released an Unearthed Arcana featuring two new subclasses: the Path of the Wild Soul Barbarian and the Way of the Astral Self Monk.
Like I mentioned in 7 Things to Do Before Running Your First RPG Session I’ll offer you some more in-depth tips on preparing a oneshot adventure for your FIRST RPG Session.
The players’ satisfaction at the table should be the primary goal of any Game Master/Dungeon Master.
Saturday, August 17
Let’s talk about natural 1’s and 20’s and how they (don’t) impact ability checks!
David Markiwsky and Paul A. Keiter, chatted with Geek & Sundry about the inspiration behind Friends, Foes and Other Fine Folks, and how the supplement all came together.
Character development and backstory can be easier said than done, especially if you’re new to ttRPGs.
When improvisation calls, Roll Tables can help out a GM to find a character name, create a new event, or even provide loot!