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April 20, 2022
Know What Your Monster Wants - In Moments

Finding Alignment & Character Backgrounds difficult & unwieldy? Know What Your Monsters Want & It All falls into place. Gary Gygax invented two dimensions of sentient 'alignment' of one's personality: chaotic / lawful tendencies started in Basic and then in, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, there was 'good / evil' spectrum. This was supposed to serve […]

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April 1, 2022
Zero To 60 D&D: Grinding Amazing Dungeons In Minutes

Throw Some Dice At A Sheet Of Paper = Game On! It's time to share the secrets behind making a dungeon in minutes. After reviewing decades of Lore of Yore, I made a 7-Die ultimate guide to share my best tips to help you make amazing dungeons. Ingredients - Game in Minutes, Please (G.i.M.P): Dice: […]

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March 18, 2022
Bag o' Beans: Made Fun, Easy And Memorable.

A Rare Item Worth More Than A Hill Of Beans The expensive rare item Bag Of Beans needs a friend - most of the time it is far worse than an uncommon item. You can roll three beans and it can summon a tea spewing spigot, an angry statue and an off-colour vampire. Fortunately, the […]

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February 15, 2022
D&D: Amazing Treasure & What To Buy With It

Treasure is the ticket to the next adventure. Done right your players will write the game they want to play. Use these tricks & tables to make your next campaign epic.

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February 10, 2022
Skeletons: Making Them Fun & Useful On Your Adventure

In Your Closet? These Skeletons Can Do So Much For Your Game! Skeletons in D&D are traditionally a stock-block monster. Ageless, simple A.I. ('they attack anything until destroyed'), have few surprises and many players have abilities for specifically dealing with these comparatively fragile undead. But how to make your skeletons interest, surprise, excite or even […]

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February 2, 2022
You Are All Dead: Party Wipes Are Just The Beginning

Everyone Died? Now What? Dungeons & Dragons (and the vast majority of both table top &/or role-playing games) use dice to advance the plot. In competitive games this levels the playing field a bit: skill in poker tends to guarantee a win, but the luck makes a difference. In D&D, the better your game-master is […]

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January 24, 2022
Mist Elves - When Revenge In The Dark Just Won't Do

For The Mist Elf, Reckoning Is Eternal Topics covered in sections below: The elf vs. orc question: This gives an answer you may not like to hear. Magical evolution: An elf evolved is still elf-like - yet able to defeat orc armies at a safe distance Tricks, Tactics & Techniques: How these deadlier elves work […]

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December 28, 2021
Orcs Of Sports - Great Games Gone Wild.

How Can Orcs Be Violent Yet Peaceful? Keeping It In-Game. A few clans of orcs were being relentlessly hunted by better-equipped races and saw their karmic oblivion reward for the suffering and misfortune orc-wars had created. They would have to give up their warmongering ways, but how? Orcs live for combat, love bloodshed and adore […]

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December 22, 2021
Kobolds - Making Dragons Great Again

Can a kobold do more than skirmish? Yes. But you have to add some lore! Tucker's kobolds (Dragon Magazine issue 127) became famous for their combat prowess and their capacity to leverage their numbers. Techniques included more than slinging stones, sneaking about and other guerrilla tactics. Tucker also had them lay traps, plan ambushes and […]

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November 26, 2021
Rune-goblin: How tribal tattoos make for powerful challengers.

How to make a living wizard book - use tattoos. That indexy thing: what you can expect: Description: tribal-tattoo goblin subspecies is like Game impact & rules: running with rune-goblins The stuff of lore & legend: how it fits into the D&D world Adventure ideas. Any group of goblins escaping hobgoblin rulership must have some […]

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