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Wizard Of The Tavern: Divination Wizard: An Optimized Review

Posted Sunday 22 Sep 2019: So before we begin, I must clarify, I love the divination wizard. It is my favorite subclass by an insanely large portion. Its second level abilities alone make this a valid choice for any straight build or multiclass build.  Therefore, I will - more

Old School Role Playing: Staff of Power in Dungeons and Dragons

Posted Saturday 21 Sep 2019: The Staff of Power in Dungeons and Dragons is what dreams are made of for wizards. It is the ultimate weapon of mass destruction. The Staff of Power in Dungeons and Dragons first came in existence with the second installment of Dungeons and Dragons e - more

The Kind GM: Unearthed Arcana: Sorcerer and Warlock Analysis

Posted Saturday 21 Sep 2019: Let’s get a bit eldritch, shall we? September’s Unearthed Arcana installment provides two new subclasses, one for the Sorcerer and one for the Warlock. Both have some sort of eldrtich or horror theme, as in they have a connection with hig - more

The Kind GM: Humble Book Bundle Old School Fantasy Roleplaying

Posted Friday 20 Sep 2019: Humble Bundle keeps getting better at this. This bundle contains so much stuff! If you want to get a taste of old school content, then I can’t recommend this bundle enough. I’ll probably get the whole thing because I want to check everyth - more

Dungeon Solvers: Character Build: Oath of Conquest Paladin

Posted Friday 20 Sep 2019: Oath of Conquest Paladin I’ve played various editions of D&D throughout various stages of my life now. Up until 5th edition, though, paladins have generally [...]The post Character Build: Oath of Conquest Paladin appeared first on Dungeon S - more

D&D Duet: Players Guide to Curse of Strahd: Part Two

Posted Friday 20 Sep 2019: In part two of our players guide to Curse of Strahd series, I suggest that playing in a darker campaign means playing a darker character. Ill lay out why I think thats a good idea and give you some suggestions as to how to go about doing just that - more

Rand Roll: Interview with Johnn Four of Roleplaying Tips

Posted Friday 20 Sep 2019: "Do you know those children's books split into three vertical sectionsthat allow you to make weird people, monsters, and stuff...?""...I created a 3 Line NPC generator along similar lines for my CampaignLogger GMing app."Returning - more

The Kind GM: Forbidden Lands Free for Today

Posted Friday 20 Sep 2019: Go grab it while supplies last. The above statement isn’t true, I’m pretty sure there are enough PDFs for everyone. I just haven’t had my morning coffee yet and couldn’t come up with a better way to start the post. As the titl - more

Arcane Eye: Baldurs Gate: Descent into Avernus Review

Posted Thursday 19 Sep 2019: Baldurs Gate: Descent Into Avernus is the 10th DnD 5e Adventure published by Wizards of the Coast. As withStorm Kings Thunderand theTyranny of Baldurs Gate: Descent Into Avernustakes place in the fantasy world of the Forgotten Realms. The adve - more

Old School Role Playing: JG 750 The Illhiedrin Book Review

Posted Thursday 19 Sep 2019: The Illhiedrin Book is a Judges Guild Adventure written for use with Advanced Dungeons and Dragons. The author of the module is Daniel Hauffe. It was published in 1981. The adventure is 32 pages long including the covers and maps. This is an extremel - more

CROSS PLANES: PunkApocalyptic Quickstart

Posted Thursday 19 Sep 2019: The style="font-size: large;">ome Robert Schwalb is running a Kickstarter for his newest RPG, Yeah, I mentioned it here.He's provided an excellent 53-page Quickstart to allow to you to try out the setting and rules as a Pay What You Want product on - more

Terminally Nerdy: Xenoblade Chronicles 2 A Review

Posted Wednesday 18 Sep 2019: 75 and a half hours. I spent 75 and a half hours on a journey. A journey through a land called Alrest, with a colorful cast of characters taken straight out of an anime. All in the hopes of eventually… - more

THOUGHT EATER: Humpday Blog-O-Rama 9.18.19

Posted Wednesday 18 Sep 2019: Blogs are an integral, vital part of the RPG hobby. They serve as incubators for new games, sounding boards for fresh ideas, and platforms for up-and-coming talent. They keep "forgotten" games alive, foster discussions, and build communities.Every We - more