Dragonlance Classics Volume I (2e)

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast Pages: 128 Link:¬†Dragonlance Classics Volume I (2e)     Calling all Dragonlance saga heroes!   At long last, the first four Dragonlance modules are back. Together for the first time, play the entire adventure of the first book of the Dragonlance saga! Starting from the […]

Shadows of the Dusk Queen for 5th Edition

Publisher: Kobold Press Pages: 36 Link: Shadows of the Dusk Queen Includes a 12-page art and map appendix to speed play; heavily illustrated.   Mirror, Mirror on the Wall… Before you is a dark forest with trees rising as much as a hundred feet into the air. Foreboding and sorrow […]

#RPGaDay2017 Day 18: Which RPG Have you Played the Most in Your Life? #StarWars #DND

For as much as I talk about D&D and as many years and editions of D&D that I have played. It might be surprising to hear that even having played D&D since I was 9, Star Wars RPG might just edge out D&D slightly for the game that I have […]

#RPGaDay2017 4th Day: What RPG Have you Played the Most Since August 2016? #DND

D&D 5E This will sound pretty crazy but with 2 every week and 3 games every other week I will have to say it is pretty much a three-way tie this year. So who are the three lucky RPGs? If it was not for the bi weekly D&D game that […]

Thoughts on D&D Beyond Tiers & Rates

When this project started I blogged that I thought that this project was dead in the water. I felt that D&D had missed the boat and that it was too late for them to find redemption. When they later went into phase one I blogged I was hesitant¬†but impressed but […]

Lazy DMing Use This Monster instead of…Zombies!!

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 […]