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.
From open world games, to not knowing what you should do next; it’s easy to get stuck in any campaign. Perhaps you’re tired of getting railroaded along, or you’ve got too many choices ahead of you, maybe only bad choices… This article should help you decide which routes to go while staying true to your character.
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.
With the cliffhanger of last week we ended up starting the night off with, surprise, COMBAT! This is the second part of my player point of view Epic Experience articles. I’m playing a barbarian for the first time, a dragonborn for the first time, and as a player in 5e for the first time! We had a lot of fun during this session!
We were cut down this week with our running time, technical difficulties plagued us. One of the upsides of virtual tabletops, ease of access; the downside is potential reliability of servers and end user systems. The players take on hunts, and head out to find the source of the spreading fungus near Prime City.
The new campaign finally got off the ground, with a live stream as well. If you missed the stream you can catch up here or just by reading through this article (less adult language and silliness included in the article). See how the players perform in their first session in my home brew D&D 5e campaign “Prime”.
Busy times, but I though it’d leave you with the character tokens that my wife, ShySiren, created for us! So epic. Ordered left to right, top to bottom.