Tag Archives: D&D

Podcast Episode 45 – Westhaven, Gomans and the dreaded TPK

By | 9th November 2018

In this episode of the podcast I talk about where we’re at with our Rose of Westhaven campaign and what the future holds for it:  Title Music Shinigami by XTaKeRuX:http://freemusicarchive.org/music/XTaKeRuX/Empty_Grave/Shinigami Used under creative commons licence:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Random Things: Nautical Tattoos

By | 13th July 2018

The home-base of my Rose of Westhaven campaign is a small(ish) port-town called Porthcrawl, recently we had a game where most of the people in the town had turned up to a funeral, in thinking about what the various inhabitants would look like I was scrolling through various pictures on Google Image search and noticed… Read More »

Are you brave enough to explore the Undying Lands?

By | 27th April 2018

To me D&D and other roleplaying games have always been about exploration, the thrill of discovery and the thrilling tales of daring-do that arise from them, but it can be difficult–given hectic real-life schedules and the like–to organise a regular campaign. So what’s the solution? I don’t think people with busy schedules and hectic lives… Read More »

Dungeon Change Chart

By | 15th March 2018

I’m really into OSR gaming at the moment, which means I’ve been reading a lot about how to create dungeons and keep them fresh. One of the things that is often mentioned is that dungeons are not static, they are working eco-systems that change and evolve as time passes, this can pose a potential problem… Read More »