Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Paladin (PFRPG) by Stefen Styrsky for Open Design

Paladins were always a bit of a strange beast when I was playing a ton of D&D as a kid. The idea of a “holy warrior” who exists as the embodiment of law and goodness was nice and all, but very difficult to play – especially when you’re a “tween” exploring the concepts of true . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Divine Favor: The Paladin (PFRPG) by Stefen Styrsky for Open Design

The Gassy Gnoll: Protection from Good/Evil

It’s obvious by now that the Gassy Gnoll sometimes gets… confused. Perhaps it’s the hair in his ears tickling his brain. (He tries valiantly to keep it trimmed, but as he gets older, it seems to gain speed and strength.)

I saw an old article from Derrek Myers about alignment in 4e D&D this week . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Protection from Good/Evil

Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: What makes evil *really* evil?

Welcome back my dear readers!

Recently I grabbed my old 1st Edition Warhammer book, jumped over a few pages and found the alignment section because one of my friends asked what type of characters I like to play. My answer? Scoundrel. Then he asked “Like Han Solo?” And I said: nope, more the “devil on . . . → Read More: Ancient Scroll’s Secret Room: What makes evil *really* evil?

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