In this episode Hannah and myself are chatting about how maps can be a great source of inspiration for your RPG campaign world.Continue reading “Maps as Inspiration”
It’s Friend or Foe Friday and–as per the result of our Twitter poll–we’re talking about the Vegepygmy or Mold Man.Continue reading “Vegepygmy”
In this slightly delayed episode we’re discussing the flapping fiends of the Outer Planes, Vargouilles.Continue reading “Vargouilles”
In this episode we’re talking about what I consider to be one of the ultimate encounters you can have in a D&D game.Continue reading “The Ultimate Encounter”
In this episode we’re discussing a monster I recently stumbled across whilst flipping through my Old School Essentials Classic Monster book, the Devil Swine.Continue reading “Devil Swine”
The second part of our conversation with Johannes Paavola about all things gaming prep.Continue reading “Gaming Prep – Part 2”
In this episode we’re cracking open the AD&D 1E Monster Manual II again and–as per the result of our Twitter poll–we’re taking a look at the malign moss known as Obliviax.Continue reading “Obliviax”
In this episode we’re joined by Johannes Paavola to talk about all things gaming prep.Continue reading “Gaming Prep – Part 1”
In this episode we’re discussing the mismatched product of evil magic, the patchwork creatures known as Mongrelmen.
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For this Friend or Foe Friday episode–as chosen by the voters in our Twitter poll–myself and Hannah are talking about the Hangman Tree, a dangerous intelligent plant, and how you could use it in your game.Continue reading “Hangman Tree”