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Shuffle the Deck: Dungeonmorph Cards

Dungeonmorph Cards are fun and creative for game masters on-the-go to quickly map out an idea.

Exploring Explorer’s Guide To Wildemount, The D&D Campaign Setting And Adventure Book From Critical Role

When the announcement was made that the latest D&D book would be centered on the created world of the extremely popular web show Critical Role and its gamemaster (GM) Matthew Mercer, opinions varied.

Accessory Review: Laeral Silverhand’s Explorer’s Kit

Laeral’s Silverhand’s Explorer’s Kit is a new release from Wizards of the Coast that presents a selection of eleven dice, one double-sided map, and twenty cards with pictures and information about places, people and organisations in the Forgotten Realms.

RPG Product Review: Immersive Battle Maps, Vol 1

Immersive Battle Maps is a collection of 32 maps of a wide variety of locations, from cities to battlefields to the depths of hell itself.

5E Adventure Review: The Night Land

The first adventure in the new Oracle of War campaign set in the Eberron campaign setting is The Night Land by Shawn Merwin. Designed for a party of level 1-4 characters, it introduces the party to the town of Salvation.

5E Supplement Review: Bard College of Percussion

The 5E supplement Bard College of Percussion is a 32-page product that contains two new bardic colleges relating to the type of instruments played by bards, as well as new spells, magic items, a faction and a short adventure.

Field Notes 5E Character Journal Review

The Field Notes 5E Character Journal is a fantastic resource for folks who love to take notes during a campaign, detail their character, and keep a working history of their character’s journey in the campaign.

Acererak’s Guide to Lichdom

Very, very useful product if you’re going to run a lich. It is short on flavor and heavy on stats, but I don’t see that as a bad thing at all.

Strongholds & Followers Breakdown, Part Two

In Part One, I mentioned that each class also has a unique interaction and benefit from its stronghold.

What Do I Know About Reviews? The Monsters Know What They’re Doing (D&D 5e)

The book in question this time around is The Monsters Know What They’re Doing, a collection based on blog entries by Keith Ammann, analyzing monster tactics and behaviors in Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition.