Today we have an interesting addition to our Dragon’s Hoard. Why keep track of pesky numbers when you can just have a spell slot tracker? Let’s see how we can make one on a budget!
Want to leave the Tupperware behind at home? Looking for fun new DIY project? Let’s take a look at five dice trays you can build today!
Looking for DIY ideas to step up your Dungeons and Dragons sessions? Why not start with a neat initiative tracker?
Let’s be honest, if given the chance I think we would all choose to play our sessions in person around a real life table. Unfortunately, that is simply not a possibility for many people. But that doesn’t mean we have to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous VTTs…
I’m pretty sure we’ve all been there, folks; you’re in the middle of DMing a session, the party enters a new town or introduces themselves to one of your many NPCs and then….terror creeps in… you have no idea where in the Nine Hells you put those notes.
Alright, you’ve spent the last couple of hours preparing for this week’s session. You have the monsters, the plot, the npcs, and all the other bits and bops that go into three to four hours of pure fun. All you need to do now is find the perfect map. But what exactly makes a map “perfect”?
As great as it is to be able to meet once a week in person to hang out with your friends and play some dnd, there will always be complications an conflicts that arise. It takes a lot of effort on everyone’s part to keep a steady schedule for sessions.