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Roleplaying: Story Hooks

I usually lead a Dungeons and Dragons group every Sunday. In D&D, a group of players control characters in a fantasy world and use dice rolls to represent their actions in the story. 881 more words

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Homebrew Enemy: Nogaak Elite Guard

The party venture through the great city of Nogahold. Shadow checks the rough drawing of their mark, the royal reserves of Nogaak, and leads the party through the dimly lit streets to the building. 224 more words


Tales from the Yawning Portal Episode 01

So we took a break from zombies today, and started some D&D 5E.  Specifically, the Tales From The Yawning Portal.

This is the latest D&D book from WOTC. 3,214 more words

Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition Review: My Immortal Part One

In the pantheon of the classic computer RPG’s, there are a ton of recognizable names. Baldur’s Gate, Icewind Dale, Wasteland. These games were considered some of the best games of their time. 692 more words

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Dramatis Personae D&D Style

One of the most fascinating things about Dungeons and Dragons, the story-telling adventure game with sword battles controlled by dice rolls, is the characters.  They are a creation by committee.   711 more words


Expanded size options for Bloodhulks

This material is heavily based on material from “Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual IV”.  The progression of the Bloodhulks, compared to Zombies, was inconsistent (notably natural armor, HD, speed, strength, and dexterity, so other attributes based on those were also inconsistent like CR, Init, AC, HP, Saves, etc.) and so I have set out to standardize it. 961 more words

A Chance to Get a Free Copy of My Book!

My latest novel – The Totally True Adventures of Gustav Gustavson – Legendary Viking Warrior – has been accepted by KindleScout and will be live for thirty days on their site. 275 more words

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