While exploring options for my next campaign, I wanted to look at how to run war in fifth edition. This article is non-system specific though, so it should work for any edition and Pathfinder. I wanted to make fighting on the front line feel spectacular and move along at a pace that won’t take too much time to complete.
It’s easy to let game night slip away into discussion time and going off on tangents. This article should help give you some good ideas on how to speed things up and get the most out of your session. It’s not rules specific so you should be able to put it to use for any system.
Suffer from constant poor dice rolls? Several systems have a way to increase the odds, but I think 5e does it the best. The introduction of “Advantage and Disadvantage” really does a lot for players and game masters. But, there is no set guide on how to gain advantage, it’s ultimately up to your game master. This article proposes a few ways to gain advantage during your session, to help combat rolling poorly constantly. This is a rather short article as I’m pressed for time this week, but I hope it helps!
With the release of 5e material, I’ve gotten inspiration once again. Time to work on some Epic Ideas. Today, I present to you the playable race, Wildling. Wildlings are a type of skin shifter. There are three main types, the fang, the claw, and the talon. This post presents a fully detailed race for 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons.
Well well well. Here I am going on about world building, and I just can’t help but want to add more to it! In the third article of this series, I want to go over how much you can get done in a small amount of time, as well as the urge to change and fix.
So, there you are one night. You are working on the latest dungeon, crypt, castle, etc… Then you find yourself perplexed, puzzled, pondering. You want a puzzle for your adventure, perhaps more than one. Yet, you’re stuck on what you want to put in and how to solve it. I want to present you with a fast way to prepare puzzles for your adventures. In fact, it should be fast enough that you can put them in your adventure while you’re game mastering. I present to you, Clever Fast Puzzles!