Tag Archives: Lore

D&D Design diary: Blue Magic

Originally posted on The Long Shot:
With my first foray into creating content for Wizards of the Coast’s Dungeon Masters Guild, i offered my own take on a popular concept: the blue mage from Final Fantasy lore. The Dungeon Masters…

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The Test of a Pirate

Originally posted on Erdrique's Blog:
If your a pirate in DDO, the place to head to is Three Barrel Cove.  Three Barrel Cove is basically the haven for the pirates of the Thunder Sea.  The quests found within Three…

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Playing D&D with class: Sorcerer

Originally posted on The Long Shot:
Coming up with a great backstory, personality, motivations and goals goes a long way toward making memorable D&D characters. But when it comes down to the nuts and bolts of what you can do,…

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Berann, who is he?

Originally posted on Erdrique's Blog:
Like many D&D players, I like to mess around and to think about my individual character’s background.  At one point, I had a biography for all of my characters but that little detail kind…

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Quick and easy D&D adventures

Originally posted on The Long Shot:
Whether you’ve convinced a group of people to play Dungeons & Dragons for the first time, or a group of grognards gathers at the table for a new campaign with fresh characters, there’s one…

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Playing D&D with class: Bard

Originally posted on The Long Shot:
Coming up with a great backstory, personality, motivations and goals goes a long way toward making memorable D&D characters. But when it comes down to the nuts and bolts of what you can do,…

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Playing D&D with class: Artificer

Originally posted on The Long Shot:
Coming up with a great backstory, personality, motivations and goals goes a long way toward making memorable D&D characters. But when it comes down to the nuts and bolts of what you can do,…

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Holy fire and Acid

Originally posted on Tactalicious & Craftalicious:
Its job is to stay out in the boiling sun and guard the pass from the undead out in the sand. The mirage of heat floats atop the ground like an ever changing sea.…

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Thinking About Tharmalos

Originally posted on Erdrique's Blog:
There is no doubt that dragons hold a special place for all adventurers.  There isn’t much that is more dramatic and epic then coming face to face with deadly dragon.  One dragon that I have…

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Playing D&D with class: Rogue

Originally posted on The Long Shot:
Coming up with a great backstory, personality, motivations and goals goes a long way toward making memorable D&D characters. But when it comes down to the nuts and bolts of what you can do,…

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