Monthly Archives: April 2020

Sticking to dungeon roles #Blapril2020

Originally posted on GamingSF:
Over the last few months I’ve been running a whole lot of dungeons in World of Warcraft Classic and Retail and in Dungeons & Dragons Online. Most MMORPGs use the trinity system or some precursor or…

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D&D Wrath of the Immortals: The Geography of Mystara’s Cataclysm

Originally posted on Wayne's Books:
Wrath of the Immortals (1992) is one of the lesser-known core D&D box sets, I’d reckon. It was published as an integral part of Dungeons & Dragons’ short-lived “Challenger Series” phase, the most familiar…

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“My” D&D – Classic 1981 B/X

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
There’s obviously a lot of nostalgia wrapped up in the Old School Gaming scene – I mean, I openly admit that the reason I prefer Top Secret over Top Secret / SI is almost…

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Three hundred and seventy-seven days later…

Originally posted on Even Now:
Even checks out her favorite spot in Keep on the Borderlands. GAH, has it really been more than A YEAR since the last time I blogged?! *checks date of last post* It has. Oh my.…

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DMs Guild Review – Masque of the Red Death Player’s Guide

Originally posted on Eric Watson:
A review copy of “Masque of the Red Death Player’s Guide” was provided by the publisher. Find more DMs Guild Reviews on my website and YouTube channel. Support my work by using affiliate links for shopping…

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Top Tens: 10 more favorite Atari 2600 games

Originally posted on Bio Break:
Ten years ago, I posted a list of 10 of my favorite Atari 2600 games. It’s a system that I grew up with as a kid, and since we didn’t have an NES, it was…

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Interactive objects in dungeons are great #Blapril2020

Originally posted on GamingSF:
I’ve written before about interactive objects in MMORPGs, a feature I wish more games made use of to a greater extent. Dungeons & Dragons Online has so many different ways in which your characters can interact…

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3 Way to Improvise as a DM in D&D

Originally posted on The Nerdd:
One of the first tips you’ll receive when asking for advice on being a Dungeon Master (or Game Master for other TtRPGs) is to improv. However, what does it mean to improvise? Well, in my…

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Gurtelrose Cavern

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
This natural cave in the base of the rock of Middenheim is almost exactly where the bodies of the poor are thrown down from the the city above. It should come as no surprise…

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Raids week 170

Originally posted on Micki's Delirium:
I am again a week behind on the raid post. Raids 170 were Tuesday March 14, Wednesday March 15 and Saturday March 18. Here is a quick run down. Tuesday 1. Project Nemesis LN…

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