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Exemplars & Eidolons: Post-Mortem

It turns out that Exemplars & Eidolons was almost exactly as awesome as I thought it would be. It also turns out that I failed to sufficiently anticipate the bottleneck that I would create by not printing out more materials for my players to use while making their characters. 662 more words


Using the News for Inspiration,sort of?

I have a fun little trick to help me come up with inspiration from time to time for my games. If I am out of ideas I will sometimes hop onto the internet and head to a few of my go-to resources for off the wall inspiration. 527 more words

Role-playing Game

Depth-Based Adventure Sites

Many of us know the joy of describing a complex dungeon and watching our friends studiously attempt to chart it out on graph paper, in many cases distorted by the “picture-telephone effect.”  And mapping out a dungeon can be serious fun for a DM.   1,958 more words


Henry reblogged this on Fistful of Wits and commented:

I didn't have anything for you on Friday, but my friend M has an excellent piece here on creating randomly generated labyrinthine locations and encounters! I like it, and want to use it for my own games. I'll be done with being super busy soon, and will return to my usual schedule as quickly as possible.

New DM Guide

Now that our Elsir Vale campaign is complete, I’m handing over the reigns to my players. Although I may Dungeon Master a few more short adventures in this world, I’m quite content with the story we’ve told. 1,097 more words

GMing Tools

The Finale

The party is about to complete the Red Hand of Doom module and the last session is tonight!

We skipped chapter 4, but may revisit in the future, depending on tonight’s outcome. 351 more words


Clark Brings Wealth Of Experience As Duane Brown's Fill-In

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Texans may have lost their longest-tenured veteran to injury in Duane Brown, but his replacement is no youngster.

Chris Clark said Wednesday he’s more than ready to step in at left tackle, and he’s got he resume to prove it. 432 more words


Hoyer Officially Clears Concussion Protocol, Will Start Sunday Vs. Jags

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Texans have their starting quarterback again, and it’s just in time for a potential division clincher.

Brian Hoyer passed the final phase of concussion protocol and practiced Wednesday, clearing the way for him to take the field Sunday against the Jaguars at home. 413 more words