Playing in my Sandbox

A while ago, Paizo decided to continue what TSR started with Dungeon magazine and publish dedicated Adventure Path’s which are essentially 6 installments of a campaign that would take you from first level to around 15th level (give or take some levels depending on how it goes). From the outside looking in, it looks like . . . → Read More: Playing in my Sandbox

The Gassy Gnoll: Delving Into Another Man’s Dungeons…

The Gassy Gnoll has a bone to pick with dungeon designers. It’s a metaphorical bone and largely a point of inquisitiveness more than anything else because he loves a good dungeon map as much as the next guy. But who builds these things? Who maintains them? Who lives there? Curious gnolls want to know!

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Supplement Review: Dungeon Dressing: Mundane Chest Contents by Josh Vogt from Raging Swan Press

Stocking a dungeon, castle, or other map with all the creature comforts can be tough. After you’ve stocked the main chest with the goodies the PCs will win after defeating the big baddie in an epic battle, all other caches of treasure somehow seem less important. And, probably more important, they seem less inspired. Why? . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Dungeon Dressing: Mundane Chest Contents by Josh Vogt from Raging Swan Press

Press: Recent Raging Swan Releases (April 2013)

You know those swans? They are a’ ragin’! They’ve been creating a ton of content for your Pathfinder game this year and I thought it was time I talked about some of it…

Here are some details on just a few of the recent releases from Raging Swan Press…

Urban Dressing

If you haven’t been . . . → Read More: Press: Recent Raging Swan Releases (April 2013)

Friday Map: Hall of Sighs

Here’s my latest map… This one was very close to 5 minutes. And though I’m not quite sure what the round room is in the middle, my muse has chosen to call it the “Hall of Sighs” so that’s what I’m going with.

 

A stairwell leads down into the complex, which is trapped . . . → Read More: Friday Map: Hall of Sighs

Supplement Review: The Dungeon Alphabet (Expanded Third Printing) by Michael Curtis from Goodman Games

As a game- or dungeon master, sometimes you have more ideas than you could possibly use in one campaign. At other times, you’re stressing about some element of an encounter, pulling an adventure idea together, or simply getting your act together in time for the next session. It’s at those times when a good old . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: The Dungeon Alphabet (Expanded Third Printing) by Michael Curtis from Goodman Games

Friday Map: Temple of Patience

Welcome to the Temple of Patience… Here I hope you’ll find some rest and relaxation while communing with your deity of choice. Choose one of the two statues we have available or wash away your cares in the Well of Cleansing. If that’s not your speed, then feel free to enjoy the Memorial Hall or . . . → Read More: Friday Map: Temple of Patience

Game Fodder: Throne of the Missing King

Here’s a new effort I’ve been working on – combining a Dyson Logos-style map with a bit of description for each location. Though this is a bit larger than a Five Room Dungeon, I’m using the same general concepts, keeping things simple with the eventual goal of fleshing this out further.

It is a work . . . → Read More: Game Fodder: Throne of the Missing King

The Gassy Gnoll: What’s in *your* backpack? Summary (August 2012 RPG Blog Carnival)

Now that August is over, that means the August 2012 RPG Blog Carnival is too (it kicked off here) and I thought I’d do a summary of all the posts:

Erik Jensen @ Wampus Country came up with an amazing d100 table for coming up with random backpack contents. (Some VERY creative bits in . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: What’s in *your* backpack? Summary (August 2012 RPG Blog Carnival)

Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 10-AUG-2012

Welcome to the next edition of the Friday news assault! The madness around here is really starting to get back to a dull roar as school and soccer get underway and the groaning has just begun. It’s kind of funny actually since I’m usually the first one up no matter what time of year it . . . → Read More: Friday Knight News – Gaming Edition: 10-AUG-2012

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