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Playing a Reluctant Hero in a Role-Playing Game

Table Top RPG

There are many character tropes that I feel are overdone and/or very annoying in RPGs. Two examples of this are the “very smart” orc “wizard” that’s actually a barbarian and the brooding lone wolf. They’re tropes for a reason in that there are a large amount of people who find them funny or interesting. However, […]

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How to Find Quality D&D 5e Homebrew

D&D 5e Homebrew Posts

As my friends and I have become more comfortable with D&D 5e we have started using and creating more homebrew content for our games. This is a natural part of any table top RPG as homebrew content and systems help you and your friends craft the game and characters that you want to play. Let’s […]

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Character Build: Arcane Archer Fighter

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The Arcane Archer Fighter Goals of this Build Glass Cannon A glass cannon is a ranged character that sits in the back of the group and deals massive amounts of damage. This build will be able to dish out some heavy singe-target burst damage as well as sustained long-range attacks. You’ll achieve this by multiclassing […]

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Multiclassing in D&D 5e – Adding Flavor and Mechanics

Dungeons and Dragons

Many times people turn to homebrew content to find the a new class or archetype that adds the right flavor for the character they have in mind. There’s nothing wrong with this, and often times it’s extremely fun. The downside of homebrew is that it’s not allowed in adventure league games and it’s more likely […]

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Character Build: Wild Magic Support Sorcerer

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The Wild Magic Support Sorcerer Goals of this Build Empower Allies and Weaken Enemies Showcase your friends’ talents by being a support character. Take spells that will make your party stronger and weaken your enemies. Utilize your wild magicĀ  to help change the results of a successful or unsuccessful attack or ability check. Use the […]

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Why You Should Use Point Buy for D&D 5e Character Creation

Dungeons and Dragons

I’ve done the math in a previous post that proves that rolling the standard 4d6 keep the highest 3 (4d6k3) has a higher average stat value than point buy or the standard set. My players and I have rolled for our stats for as long as we’ve played D&D, but we ran a one-shot a […]

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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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