Kobolds Are More than Early-Game Punching Bags. A Look at What Makes Kobolds Unique and Fun Packed into One Page (One Page Lore)

This is an excerpt from One Page Lore: Fantasy Folk, which covers 20 folk besides kobolds. It’s in the wild now, and there’s 3 ways to get it.

Whether you love them or loath them, someone at the table is trying to dunk on kobolds. They’re often used as low-level fodder, but they’re way more unique and fun than that. They’re tiny, distant relatives to dragons, and they have many of the same features and abilities as dragons, though to a far lesser extent. Their dragon-like form also grants them features even dragonborn lack.

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The Antagonist’s Multipoint Plan for Success – An All Dice Table

Pre-orders for One Page Lore: Fantasy Folk, my latest RPG book, are 50% off. It releases on June 8th on rexiconjesse.itch.io.

Every antagonist needs an plan, and the best plans are overly complicated ones. So when you need a large-scale plan with multiple twists, moving parts, and implications, use this all dice table to generate it with just six dice.

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