Zombies, Zombies, Zombies: they are everywhere. They are on the TV and in the movies. They are the undead horde that just refuses to die, again. These shambling monstrosities come in all dead shapes and sizes these days. For a long time, the best way to get away from the shambling waves of the undead was to outpace them. Until the fast Zombie, or Zombie … Continue reading Lazy DMing Use This Monster instead of…Zombies!!
Last week I began to tackle a very sensitive subject to some. Gaming clichés. Maybe I should have stated I was addressing this line of posts to the new or novice Game Master. it’s the little things like starting locations or introduction of a game session that potentially hang your game up or derail it all together for inexperienced GM’s. These are subtle little things … Continue reading Tackling RPG Cliches: The Caravan
NOTE: This is a re posting of one of my first hooks. It was put up as a sub page, I’m still getting the hang of this blog stuff. But I liked it too much not to keep it on my list of hooks so back again .. Its festival season and the party is enjoying some well earned rest and relaxation. Over the course … Continue reading The Fix
This encounter takes place during the day as the party is traveling on the road in a wooded or hilly terrain. As the party is nearing a bend in the road a half crazed mule pulling a wagon storms into view. The driver is slumped over in the bench reigns still in hand. The wagon tips sideways threatening to topple over as its pulled at break … Continue reading The road is a dangerous place
Its festival season and the party is enjoying some well earned Rest and relaxation. Over the course of the day one of the knights is the apparent stand out in the crowd. He is well on his way to sweeping the whole event and taking first prize. It’s about mid day and your returning from breaking for lunch festivities. The second half of the tourney … Continue reading The Fix
Long ago I use to keep a notepad of all my Game ideas in one place for any instance when I would need a little something extra for my games. Every little idea that came to mind I penciled down and stored away in my own personal beat up brown leather binder of DM Goodness. Sadly I no longer have that book. I will save … Continue reading Welcome and what to expect