Adventures in 5e, The Fey Sisters’ Fate

I started this series last week with Adventures in 5e, Overview and Character Generation… So let’s move on to the module I chose…

Spoilers ahead, so don’t read if you’re planning on diving into this adventure from Goodman Games.

Fifth Edition Fantasy #2: The Fey Sisters’ Fate from designer Chris Doyle and Goodman Games was . . . → Read More: Adventures in 5e, The Fey Sisters’ Fate

Adventures in 5e, Overview and Character Generation

Those of you who know me know that I’ve been playing Dungeons & Dragons for a very long time. I started in 1982 and have played every edition along the way, though I was a little late to the party at times. I resisted 4e for a long time, though have a good time playing . . . → Read More: Adventures in 5e, Overview and Character Generation

Supplement Review: Dungeon Crawl Classics #66.5: Doom of the Savage Kings by Harley Stroh from Goodman Games

The Old School movement and Dungeon Crawl Classics have produced some of my favorite adventures of late. There’s something especially freeing about the wanton destruction of beginning adventurers. And why should they make any apologies for weeding out the would-be’s and the has-beens from the tally of real heroes?

Goodman Games’ Dungeon Crawl Classics #66.5: . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Dungeon Crawl Classics #66.5: Doom of the Savage Kings by Harley Stroh from Goodman Games

Supplement Review: Dungeon Crawl Classics #75: The Sea Queen Escapes! by Michael Curtis from Goodman Games

A wise man once said “We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch – we are going back from whence we came.” (John F. Kennedy) Each time I read a novel, story, or module that involves the ocean in some way . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Dungeon Crawl Classics #75: The Sea Queen Escapes! by Michael Curtis from Goodman Games

Supplement Review: The Vile Worm by Jimm Johnson and Jeff Lynk from Brave Halfling Publishing

So once you’ve killed broken in a few 0-level DCC RPG characters via The Ruins of Ramat from Brave Halfling Publishing, why stop there?

The next logical step is to slaughter get those new 1st level characters into another adventure! Thankfully Jimm Johnson and Jeff Lynk from Brave Halfling have just the thing… The Vile . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: The Vile Worm by Jimm Johnson and Jeff Lynk from Brave Halfling Publishing

Supplement Review: Appendix N Adventure Toolkit #1: The Ruins of Ramat by John Adams from Brave Halfling Publishing

Nearly a year ago I backed a Kickstarter project from John Adams for a series of DCC RPG-based modules. And the first module in the series – Appendix N Adventure Toolkit #1: The Ruins of Ramat – was delivered back in October 2012 to project backers. You can download it along with the next three . . . → Read More: Supplement Review: Appendix N Adventure Toolkit #1: The Ruins of Ramat by John Adams from Brave Halfling Publishing

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

Ten Links in the Chain: Reviews (3-FEB-2013)

Sure, I do reviews here at Game Knight Reviews. But I know that there are other great sites out there that also do reviews. And sometimes, in the sea of gaming sites, it’s tough to find those reviews. Yes, Google is your friend, but sometimes you don’t know what you’re looking for until you find . . . → Read More: Ten Links in the Chain: Reviews (3-FEB-2013)

The Gassy Gnoll: After-Action Report (Thanksgiving 4e Session)

Last week this gassy old gnoll talked about the prep he was doing to run a 4e game for his family and his best friend’s family the night before Thanksgiving. I’m here to say that not only was it a success, but we might do it again over the Christmas holiday while the kids are . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: After-Action Report (Thanksgiving 4e Session)

The Gassy Gnoll: On Being Out of Practice… DMing in a Modern Age

This gassy old gnoll has been playing role-playing games for three decades. And in that time, he’s run a lot of games. D&D, Palladium Fantasy (1st Edition), Ninjas and Superspies, James Bond 007, and many others. But do you know what he’s run recently? Nothing.

OK, that’s not exactly true. About a year ago I . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: On Being Out of Practice… DMing in a Modern Age

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