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Unique Spells Series - Cleric

While the cleric has a number of unique spells available to it, the variety in flavoursome skills that were available to 4th Edition clerics was much larger. 70 more words

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Unique Spell Series - Bard

The 5th edition bard receives very few spells unique to themselves or the flavour of a storyteller or musician. Besides vicious mockery, there is little uniqueness to the bard’s spellcasting ability. 71 more words

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Attack of the Dead

Some zombies attacked, and we killed them. For this fight, Lambert actually used Minion rules, and we the players actually used a little bit of tactical thought, in that we got our squishy mages protected by more defensive troops on the front lines, and so the fight went well. 163 more words


Monsters 2.0: The Lich

I have been running Dungeon and Dragons 5e since it came out.  Overall I enjoy it and think its an excellent product.  It is a highly refined version of 3.5e that also manages to evoke the feel of older editions like 1e. 929 more words


Some things happened

This blog now back by request. In the time which passed since I last wrote a post, we traveled from Arrentium to a legion camp. Along the way, we were harassed by Nixmantis and some forest beings. 391 more words


Using D&D 4E's Skill Challenges in 5E

I just ran across another blog post about utilizing D&D 4th Edition’s skill challenges within D&D 5th Edition.  This really struck a chord with me, as I had just tried doing this in my last D&D session, running a conversion of 4E’s Remains of the Empire (found in Dungeon Magazine #165).  665 more words


Carpe DM House Rules

H’okay! SO! It’s been a crazy two weeks, and my excuse for not updating is a hectic move and an internet transfer that took WAY too long. 1,418 more words