Category Archives: Dungeons and Dragons

The Annis Hag’s Tree (and an update)

 It’s been a while, and like always the reasons vary from different view points. The typical reasons are apathy, but i haven’t just been apathetic, i’ve also been busy – continuing working on my novels, working on a secret project, … Continue reading

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Dungeon Crafting – Stone Tiles

Before i start biting off more than i can chew, i decided to start with the basics: tiles. I’ve seen a handful of different tutorials on reddit and Youtube, but the easiest (and cheapest) method was DM Scotty’s method from … Continue reading

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Dungeon Crafting – Ruins

While I’m not going to go into too many details here, i have to say that following The DMs Craft (Check out DM Scotty’s forum and his Youtube channel) makes it very easy to realize some of the visual aspects … Continue reading

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Dungeon Delving Read Shirts – Mines of Madness

Mines of Madness was my first real taste into the refreshing “fun house” dungeon crawl which Dungeons and Dragons had been lacking for quite some time. Goofy puzzle, random monsters, and magical traps made to incinerate a player in the … Continue reading

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No Use Crying Over Spilled Blood, Right?

First off I’d like to say, from a Dungeon Master’s stand point, Fourth Edition Dungeons and Dragons was fun. Like, REALLY fun. The combat was streamlined, the mechanics were straight forward, and the players were so seemingly invincible that you … Continue reading

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Word Slaad Salad

The party (John Tiller the Paladin of Vengeance, Dexter the Thief, Magic Man, Endo the chosen of Gond, and Alton the Aasamir) is together in the Glendaldil, the Outer Planes kingdom of Chauntea, the goddess of life and harvest. After … Continue reading

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Home Alone: Set Up and Pay Off

My players have been through a lot – a lot. They freed the city of Phandalin from the Redbrand Thugs, brought down the Black Spider, fought a green dragon, accidentally released a demon from captivity (which placed them in an … Continue reading

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