These random things articles are designed as quick idea generators for time-pressed GMs who want to inject some additional details into their game, in this article we look at trinkets. Trinkets were one of my favourite things about character generation in D&D 5th Edition, each character starts with at least one, a small item or curiosity that has some odd property or something strange about it, it’s not a powerful magic item, just something interesting that could spur conversation and plot. Continue reading
These random things articles are designed as quick idea generators for time-pressed GMs who want to inject some additional details into their game. This series of tables are designed to create interesting in-character insults that can be used during a RP session.
This post differs from previous ones in the series since it has three tables, you roll a D20 on each table and apply the results to the following formula/madlib to get your devil/demon name.
For example: If I roll 3D20 and get 12, 14 and 20 then I might call someone a villainous, knock-kneed cur.
The second of our 3Brothers D&D 5E campaign where our heroes discover more about Kortis the Manslayer and begin to realise that the bandit may pose an even greater threat than previously thought:
In this video I review Epic Legacy by 2CGaming, a supplement to take your D&D 5E games beyond 20th level. The supplement is currently in kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2cgaming/epic-legacy-the-5th-edition-game-beyond-20th-level
There’s always been loads of demons and devils in D&D and other similar fantasy games, in D&D devils are normally described as being servants of Asmodeus and/or denizens of the Nine Hells, with demons being chaotic denizens of the Abyss. Angels normally get fairly short shrift TBH, described as errand boys for deities. Continue reading
After watching the second session of TheRogueDM’s excellent Clockwork Opera steampunk D&D 5E game I noticed that Jenny had set up an Obsidian Portal page for the game (you can see that by clicking here), I remember using this campaign management website years ago but had never really got into it, I took a look and was please to see that it looked like a possible solution for my note/plot management concerns for my 3Brothers Campaign so I rolled up my sleeves and dived in.
You can find my the 3Brothers Obsidian Portal page here: https://threebrothersdd5ecampaign.obsidianportal.com/
Reviewing Cinematic Environs: Arctic Lands by Critical Hit Publishing.
Reviewing Gothnog’s Critical Hits by Critical Hit Publishing.
Very enjoyable game of D&D 5E this evening, my first time running the game (having only played it once before), I forgot a few things and made the odd rules flub but still had a great time. Many thanks to my excellent players 🙂
Reviewing The Convocation a 5E compatible supplement about Griffon riders written by Matt Click and released by Absolute Tabletop, it is available from Drivethrurpg: