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Adventure Log: Dungeons and Dragons, Part 9

Originally posted on Cannibal Halfling Gaming:
Finally ascending from the mine of fire, stone, and mephits, the adventurers headed north towards the Imperial Shelter. They camped along the road, slept without incident, and made their way back to the river…

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Just Cos’ You Got The Power

Originally posted on Return to House of Grouse:
Okay so we are now taking about those thing that can increase the spell power of a Savant and therefore cause more damage. We are talking about the top tier level 20…

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From the DM’s Chair: Session 18: Where the Heart is

Originally posted on Shadowonthewall:
Antagonists are interesting forces in stories because they exist as a counter-point to our heroes, looking at the world in a different way to our heroes or even standing as a contradiction to all that a…

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Persuasion Check: Unearthed Arcana – Of Ships and the Sea

Originally posted on Ready To Role:
New Unearthed Arcana, ahoy! This month we get some sweet rules for ships and managing them! We get some new rules on improved stat blocks, the components that make them up, the officers and crew…

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What Should We Look for in Indie D&D Adventures?

Originally posted on Misanthropester:
I don’t see a lot of reviews of independent Dungeons & Dragons adventures. This makes sense as there are hundreds of thousands of homebrews, one-shots, and settings created by players for other players covering nearly every…

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D&D Dad: Tell me more about this D&D resurgence…

Originally posted on Michael Jasper:
More about “STK” at the end of this post! I’ve been wanting to write this article about Dungeons & Dragons since I started this blog way back in September (hey, it seems like a long…

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From the DM’s Chair: Session 17, Every Rose has its’ thorn

Originally posted on Shadowonthewall:
The antagonistic force in many books, films and games are usually embodied by a singular entity. Darth Vader is the face of the Empire, as much as Lex Luthor stands as a symbol of the Legion…

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Under Pressure

Originally posted on Return to House of Grouse:
So when you look at my defensive and miscellaneous spells you realise there isn’t much in the way of defence when i am playing a savant. Merlin uses Shield, Blur, Detect Secret…

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Nintendo Switch: The Stepfather of Indie Games

Originally posted on two beard gaming:
The Nintendo Switch introduced me to indie games, period. In my mind, AAA releases were for consoles and everything else found its home on the Steam platform. I have never really played PC games…

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The Red Banks Adventures

Originally posted on Misanthropester:
The Worthless Shrines, Part 1 ? ? This month, I’ve been putting together a new Dungeons & Dragons campaign. Rather than pick an established setting or world (in the first campaign I DM-ed, I had chosen…

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