Tag Archives: Lore

D&D Dad: The Secret of Skyhold Tower (our Adventure Report)

Originally posted on Michael Jasper:
Spoiler Alert! Don’t read this report if you haven’t played The Secret of Skyhold Tower! The “Phandelvers” (or so I’m calling them!) finally move away from the “Starter Set” neighborhood of Phandalin and Thundertree and…

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Champions of the Feywild: A D&D One-Shot Adventure

Originally posted on Misanthropester:
https://youtu.be/GDRp2opdX70 ? Champions of the Feywild is my last one-shot adventure revolving around the idea of players getting to adventure as monsters. Previously, I had players adventure as a party of mercenary lychanthropes in The Menagerie…

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From the DM’s Chair: Session 9, The Ways

Originally posted on Shadowonthewall:
We’ve all probably been there: you’re playing a video game, you’re coming to the end of the level. Finally, all of your hard-work and long sessions of thumb flicking have paid off. But, there’s still one…

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Persuasion Check: Unearthed Arcana – Dragonmarks

Originally posted on Ready To Role:
A new month, a new Unearthed Arcana. This time around we’re taking a look at some content from Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron from the Dungeon Master’s Guild, specifically looking at Dragonmarks. The Dragonmarks are essentially…

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Consequences & Dark Turns, The Sage Unending, Campaign Diary 6

Originally posted on Misanthropester:
The Long Bones ? In what is becoming a bit of a habit, I was dragging bound prisoners through the streets of New Adtham. Once again explaining to city guard we were on ‘guild business.’ However,…

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Creating video game Characters that are easy to write with.

Originally posted on Oni's Baloney:
Let’s face the truth real quick, writing can be hard. It can be even harder without having a cast that doesn’t feel alive. How does one create such a feeling in fictional characters that…

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Spending your Gold Pieces!

Originally posted on Dyson's Dodecahedron:
In a lot of D&D 5e discussions, you run into people complaining about not having anything to spend their gold on if there are no magic item shops. I wrote up this list and…

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D&D Dad: Our (first) characters!

Originally posted on Michael Jasper:
I wanted to show off the first four Dungeons & Dragons characters we created last year. We made them using the rules in the D&D Starter Set, and they all survived The Lost Mine of…

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The Caverns of Midnight’s Fools: A D&D One-shot

Originally posted on Misanthropester:
“The first yugoloths were created by a sisterhood of night hags on Gehenna. It is widely believed that Asmodeus, Lord of the Nine Hells, commissioned the work, in the hope of creating an army of fiends…

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From the DM’s Chair: Session 8, Alecto’s Cavern

Originally posted on Shadowonthewall:
Dungeons are a staple of not only Dungeons and Dragons but of gaming in general for untold years. From the moment Gary Gygax first put his thoughts to graph-paper, the concept of Dungeons have since bled…

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