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

The Gassy Gnoll: Travel Troubles

This Gassy Gnoll had some travel troubles this past weekend. A belt broke, shredding my radiator among other juicy bits in the engine compartment. Made for an interesting drive home. But we did make it home. And after a large bill at the mechanic yesterday, the beast runs again.

But it got me thinking about . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Travel Troubles

Tool Review: Chaotic Shiny’s Problem Mini-Gen

Sometimes you just need a spark to create something on the fly or even if you have plenty of planning time. That one idea, flash of inspiration, or kick in the pants to create an encounter, an adventure, or even a whole campaign around…

And sometimes that spark comes to you by way of a . . . → Read More: Tool Review: Chaotic Shiny’s Problem Mini-Gen

Book Review: Adventure Idea Factory from DWD Studios

Every so often I pull my head out of the fantasy worlds it tends to inhabit and take a look at different genres. Occasionally (don’t tell anybody!) I even read non-fiction. But somewhere in the last 25 years, my love for science fiction faded and has been supplanted by places of myth, magic, and mayhem. . . . → Read More: Book Review: Adventure Idea Factory from DWD Studios

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