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Giving A Classic Dungeon Map A New Look

During January of 2017, I posted a homebrew map that I had been working on for a bit and wanted to share with everyone. Looking at it again recently, I decided to update its look to match the style of maps I am having so much fun drawing now. 146 more words

Welcome To Starfall Manor - A Two-Story Home For Your Town Campaign

Sometimes the best inspiration for a plot, item, or location can come from the most unexpected of places, and Starfall Manor is a perfect example of that. 522 more words

Advent Calendar, Day 20: Interactive Map of Faerun!

Hello, welcome back to the Apprentice’s Guide. Today is day 20 of my Advent Calendar series. So this time, I’ll be showing you a link to a site that is a map of Faerun that you can interact with (like Google Maps)! 64 more words

Dungeons And Dragons

Advent Calendar, Day 8: Dark Sun

Hello, welcome back to the Apprentice’s Guide. Today is day 8 of my Advent Calendar series. So this time, I’ll be giving you some PDFs for a campaign setting called… 109 more words

Dungeons And Dragons

One Year In and I'm Conlanging

Happy One Year Anniversary to the Well Met blog! While I’ve been DMing for somewhat longer than that, I’ve been blogging about my DM exploits for a year now (well, on and off again). 1,550 more words

Dungeons & Dragons

Evolving Culture - Caldon Homebrew

Let’s talk about culture and history, and how the two are almost always intertwined. When homebrewing a campaign setting, culture is something you cannot ignore. However, I think it’s one of the toughest things to consider and create. 1,330 more words

Dungeons & Dragons