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 seem to emanate from within. Occasionally, shadowy creatures are glimpsed moving among the trees. Slow, … Continue reading Shadows of the Dusk Queen for 5th Edition
We have all been there come game day; one of your player’s posts to Facebook, or sends you a text, with the dreaded line. Can’t make it today guys real life is getting in the way of the game. Most of us still struggle on, trying to make the best of things when a player misses a game night. The desire to have a good … Continue reading How D&D Downtime Saved my Game Session
Setting a good scene can be one of the more rewarding parts of running a good game. Ask yourself how often do you recall great encounters your players have been in but you can not recall where those encounters have been set? A good scene location can lay the foundation of a great encounter. A Tourney can further that and provide us with the foundation … Continue reading Setting the Scene, Tournament Session!
Today’s Feature subclass is the homebrew Circle of Life Druid by PrometheusDarko. I am a sucker for alternative healer variations other than just the straight up cleric. Additionally, I have always thought the Druid is an excellent option for a cleric alternatively all be it slightly weaker. This class keeps the class balance yet nicely ups effectiveness of a Druid healer build. Circle of Life Druid by PrometheusDarko I think … Continue reading Homebrew Feature: Druid Circle of Life
My group is ramping up to put the finishing touches on our 5E Out of the Abyss game in the next few months. After that game comes to a close it is looking solidly like we will be heading right back into another 5E D&D game set in my personal Homebrew world. The story that we will be undertaking in my personal setting is yet … Continue reading #RPGaDay2016 Day 12: What Game is your group most likely to play next? Why?
Today’s update race for my homebrew setting is the Lupa. Formerly know as the Canis. I have kept the Canis but the are now a subrace of Lupa. Overall this one was a tough one to put together. A lot of thought went into how many subraces I would do. One of the issues with making a Canine race was the concern that there are … Continue reading My Homebrew Three: Race Lupa
I know there are many people that would say Wil Wheaton, and he is a great choice. I on other hand am going to go with Vin Diesel. He has not done as much for RPG’s as Wil but he has championed the role of it does not mater what you look like you can play RPG’s. When you see him talk about the subject … Continue reading #RPGaDay2015 Day 30 Favorite RPG playing Celebrity Vin Diesel