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Reskinning and Reflavoring Creatures in D&D 5e

Dungeons and Dragons

My players have been around for a while and it can be difficult to make some of my favorite creatures feel new and challenging. Reflavoring and reskinning these creatures are some possible solutions to make new creatures while still keeping that classic feel of some D&D favorites. Reflavoring and reskinning are techniques that allow a […]

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The Fasting Worm at the Spider Feast – D&D 5e Module Review

The Fasting Worm at the Spider Feast

The Fasting Worm at the Spider Feast is a D&D 5e module written by┬áRemley Farr. It’s an adventure with an excellent story, fun combat, and is easily incorporated into any campaign. The module is targeted towards a group of 3-5 players at level 8. It also comes with a homebrew cleric domain which has a […]

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The Roll20 Charactermancer – Easy-To-Use Character Creator

Dungeons and Dragons

Due to some vacations and conflicting work schedules for everyone in my ongoing D&D 5e campaign we’ve had to take some week to 2 week breaks from the game. To combat this we’ve been doing one-shots and trying out different systems so that we are still playing something together each week. This week we opted […]

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Using Magical Items to Circumvent Tedious Mechanics in D&D 5e

Dungeons and Dragons

One of the reasons that D&D 5e is my favorite TTRPG system is because of all the rules and mechanics it has. I love having structure and finding ways to use these mechanics to create an interesting and engaging game session. Of course, having so many mechanics means that there are bound to be a […]

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Character Death in D&D 5e – Raising the Stakes

Dungeons and Dragons

The first time a character death happens while you’re DMing is a big deal. You’re not sure how the player will react. Even if you discussed as a group how comfortable they are with losing a character, you’ll still have that initial panic. The first time a character death happens for you as a player […]

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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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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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The Illusion of Choice – The Quantum Goblin Problem

Table Top RPG

The party comes to a fork in the road. On the right-hand side is a goblin encampment encounter you’ve spent tons of time planning. On the left-hand side is that same encounter, but it is reskinned to be for human bandits. Either way the party slices it they’ll be facing the same encounter. This is […]

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Which D&D 5e Book Should You Buy?

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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 16 total books with 2 more on the way this year. That’s a lot of books. They all […]

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