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Kobold Fight Club: Balanced Encounters on the Fly

Dungeons and Dragons

I’m a big fan of improvising to help lessen your workload as Dungeon Master. I constantly look for new ways that I can spend less time doing tedious book keeping and focus on the story or interesting encounters. One tool that has helped me do just that is Kobold Fight Club. Kobold Fight Club is […]

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Great Weapon Master and Sharpshooter 5e Calculator

Dungeons and Dragons

The Great Weapon Master and Sharpshooter 5e feats are two of the most powerful feats in the game. They allow you to make an attack at a reduced chance to hit in order to deal a considerable amount of bonus damage. I’m currently playing an Arcane Archer Fighter that has the Sharpshooter feat. I wanted […]

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Which D&D 5e Book Should You Get?

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The Dungeons and Dragons 5e core books, the Player’s Handbook, the Monster Manual, and the Dungeon Masters Guide have been out for almost 4 years now. Since the release of 5e, Wizards of the Coast has released 15 total books. Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes is the newest which will be arriving in May. That’s a […]

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Making Custom Monsters Using DND Monster Maker

Dungeons and Dragons

This post has been updated a bit to show current screenshots of DND Monster Maker and provide new information based on changes made to the program since this post was originally written in 2015. I’ve kept the majority of the content the same besides some clarifying changes and editing. I’ve mentioned before that I’m gearing […]

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Update!

Life, the site, offtopic

Post-undergrad life has been pretty interesting. I’ve moved twice now for two different jobs. I worked as a Software Engineer for almost a year and realized that I really did not enjoy it at all. The fast-paced environment coupled with a poor work-life balance created a ton of stress. I ended up gaining back pretty […]

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Session 0 in a Table Top Game

Table Top RPG

Session 0 is part of the preliminary planning part of any major campaign, and it’s one thing that I had never done before yesterday, but having finally done one I cannot recommend it enough. Generally what it is, is a session before the campaign officially begins where the DM and the players have a meeting […]

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Character Build: Song Master Fighter

Dungeons and Dragons

My two favorite classes in 5e are the Bard and the Battle Master Fighter. They both offer interesting combat choices, potential utility, and a lot of great role-playing opportunities. This character build combines the best of both worlds through multiclassing to make a front line damage dealer that can provide themselves and their party members […]

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