Exploration is a difficult concept to really capture in D&D, which makes it hard for many modules to focus on it. Here are some helpful tools and tips that helped me a great deal.
Welcome to Ranger Week! For today’s Daily Monster we will take a look at Nilbogs, they might not be the most powerful archers, =but at a CR 1 they’re a great pick!
Can we just make a truce to never again make edgy characters? If my image search for this article clued me into anything it’s definitely the fact that there’s enough assassin rogues out there.
I don’t know about you guys, but when I first heard of Dungeons and Dragons I definitely pictured the garden variety. Although today’s monster definitely looks the part, I reckon you this is not the kind of creature you want to keep out on your lawn.
Today we’re talking about one of the most iconic monsters in Dungeons and Dragons. Not only that, but with the recent interest in this particular creature after Stranger things, I think it’s safe to say that at least a few newbies have found the hobby through it. Without further ado, let us discuss…
A couple of weeks ago we discussed 5 very interesting rules that you could add to your campaign. Today we take a look at another 4 official rules worth exploring.
For a game that puts such a strong emphasis on imagination, Dungeons and Dragons has quite a few rules that both DMs and players must keep up with. Let’s take a look at some of the alternatives.
Part of me really wants to know who it was that sat down and pitched this monster to the rest of the creative team. Who hurt you?
Welcome my friends, as part of Witcher Week we will be looking at a few key ideas that you can incorporate into your campaign to hopefully help give it that very distinct Witcher feel. Come join us as we take a quick dive into the world of Witcher.
Today’s Witcher inspired Daily Monster comes to us from the depths of shadowy forests where civilization isn’t welcome.