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Dealing with Dungeon Master Burnout

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I’d wager that Dungeon Master burnout is one of the top 3 reasons for a D&D campaign dying off. It can be a lot of work to prep for your sessions, doubly so if you’re creating a homebrew campaign. Depending on how experienced a DM you are you may even deal with some stage-fright before […]

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Tomb of Horrors – Kobold Meat Grinder Style

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My apologies for the late post, but I didn’t want to spoil the surprise for my players that got to run through this during our session yesterday! Around Christmas, my group will have a session that’s a Christmas-themed one-shot adventure. This year I decided to try out something thematic for Halloween too! Awhile ago Draconick had written […]

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One Page Dungeon Contest Week 3: Encounters

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Last week I showcased the map I made for my 2018 submission for the One Page Dungeon Contest. I’m proud to say that I’ve finished it in time and will be submitting it Saturday after look through it a few more times. This week I formatted it and created all of the encounters for the […]

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One-Shot Adventures Are Wicked Fun

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Yesterday at work I was rather bored and was surfing some Reddit to kill the time. Specifically, I was perusing through /r/dnd for some ideas for my campaign that I’ve been working on. I have missed playing D&D for quite some time now, and my increasing boredom with WoW has made that even worse for […]

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