It’s interesting to note that when you do a little looking you come to learn a few cool and creepy facts about Jack o lanterns. First off.. they were the original considered to be the will-o’-the-wisp. So even though they came to represent the chasing off of evil spirits.. They were in the beginning the lights that lead you off to die in the swamps. … Continue reading Jack-o’-Lantern


Hobgoblin’s have been a part of D&D since the beginning. Their appearance has not changed much over the editions either, nor has their attitude. They are lager more wicked and menacing goblins. Another thing that has remained a constant since their introduction war. Hobgoblin’s are constantly at war with any other race. And they view all other races on the battlefield as inferior to themselves. … Continue reading Hobgoblin


As a GM setting a good scene can elevate an encounter from standard to something very memorable.  When dealing with an experienced group of role-players this becomes more and more difficult. Another tool that can be used to make encounters rich is misdirection. And this is wonderfully where the Ettercap falls neatly into both of these categories. Ettercaps are typically 6 feet tall and weigh … Continue reading Ettercap