I realised that the NaNo I had planned to write this year is actually similar to the one I attempted last year, though I didn’t get far. As a result I’m considering doing another story, but I want to try something different. Hence this quick post. My current idea is that a high school student, […]Read more "Help me with my story?"
Since National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) begins next month, I have decided to shelve all current projects in favour of preparing myself. For those of you who don’t know, NaNoWriMo is a kind of challenge to write 50,000 words of a novel in a single month. I have only completed this once, in the last […]Read more "Perwyn Duntalon"
This is the first part of a three act adventure I’m creating. I havn’t run it like the last one, but I imagine this will take 6-10 hours to complete and is a quick idea I wanted to note down. Please let me know what you think, and if you have any ideas, let me […]Read more "The Brotherhood of Qa’Tu Act 1: The Lost Scrolls"
Following up on last week’s adventure sheet, I’d like to give you an example of what can work as a first time adventure, both for DMs and players alike. Feel free to use it in your own games, and if you do, let me know how it went. I really kept it simple, meaning I […]Read more "How it Went: Tower of Itharnel"
The following is the basic adventure sheet I followed which I ran for a friend who had never played a tabletop roleplaying game before. She did really well and I was very proud both of how she progressed and how the adventure itself did. I have a writeup of the adventure itself due to be […]Read more "Adventure: Tower of Itharnel"
This is the first part of a new miniseries that will follow the underlying ideas and bare bones structure of a campaign as well as a little world building. Before I begin let me start by saying that this idea draws its inspiration from Magic: The Gathering’s colour philosophy and the DnD campaign known as […]Read more "Welcome to Mystaval – Part 1: Introductions"
Normally I post on Fridays, but since this was requested by a reader, I figured I’d use the first half of the week to tackle requests and try to maintain Fridays for my planned content, or here’s hoping at least. One of the things that makes or breaks a game of Dungeons and Dragons, is […]Read more "Dungeons and Dragons Party Time"