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A Letter to DD

To celebrate our old car unexpectedly passing its MOT, we hot-footed it straight to McDonald’s, and it was while eating my deliciously greasy burger that I overheard something that got me thinking. 1,005 more words

Genealogy

On Tieflings and Gnomes

Welcome back.

In the previous post, I discussed the definitions of dissociative and associative mechanics. Today I want to cover a more complex application of those ideas. 2,386 more words

Antology

Monster - Devourer Pumpkin

As Halloween approaches, the Material Plane becomes spookier and and more dangerous. 628 more words

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D&D Podcasts that Will Help Inspire You

Writing your own story for a campaign is fun, but it can be hard if you don’t have many ideas. It’s easy to get excited over a cool premise for an evil villain or a final fight, but how do you get from the beginning of the adventure to the climactic conclusion without making it boring? 434 more words

Dungeons And Dragons

Running From Nights Forgotten, Part One

I’ll write more on running a campaign in Viloris, the realm that the whole campaign, The Shadow of the Dawn, is set in, but, for now, the setting is flexible to running a variety of campaigns or variant choices to play (running high or low magic, various cultural influences you might want to introduce, etc.). 1,153 more words

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Want to Hear Something Interesting?

I know Frank Mentzer by name only.

Wikipedia has a short bio on his involvement with TSR. I didn’t get much out of it, really. I know he’s credited with revising and editing the… 1,014 more words

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D&D Session 16 and 17

The last two sessions of D&D have been a lot of fun, but it’s unfortunately going to be a long wait for the next time we play. 8,472 more words