Tag Archives: campaign idea

Cheats guide to making simple outline maps in Photoshop

By | 28th June 2016

Please note: There are some excellent and very professional cartographers out there producing great maps for games, this article is not designed to create a map to compete with them, it is for someone who wants to quickly put together a simple map that they can use during a RP campaign with minimal struggle. Producing… Read More »

Storm & Sails: Reference Document

By | 23rd June 2016

Okay, so I’ve started the planning for my forthcoming Storm & Sails campaign, I’m currently working on a gazetteer style Google Doc that will contain setting information and character creation for the campaign so that my players can peruse it. Although it is not complete the document can be viewed here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rKn4veeiiylh69GJUmuL8Q_516A6ZEpVj04CngiUto8/edit?usp=sharing I’ll be updating… Read More »

New Campaign: Storm & Sail

By | 21st June 2016

As you may have read in my previous GM Tips: Campaign Fatigue post, I’m taking a break from running my 3Brothers D&D 5E campaign for a short while; during that break I’m going to be running a finite fantasy mini-campaign (probably about 10 sessions in length). To give me something different to get my teeth… Read More »

Random Things: D&D 5E trinkets for a savage world

By | 16th June 2016

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… Read More »

GM Tips: Questions to ask about Settlements

By | 1st April 2016

GM Tips articles offer advice and ideas for gamesmasters to help hone their techniques and run their games, these lists are not exhaustive but provide some tips to point a GM in the right direction. One of the most important things a GM can do when designing a campaign is to ask themselves questions, by… Read More »