u/DougTheDragonborn I had a time creating another All Dice Table. This time, we created a wondrous machine with a bizarre mix of processes and functions along with the motivations of its creator. Continue reading “Wondrous Mechanisms of the Impossible Variety | An All Dice Table”
Want some plot hooks around a martial character? We’ve got you covered. I’m particularly proud of these: Continue reading “50 Plot Hooks for Fighters”
The thieves’ guild isn’t a franchise any more than the black market is an event that happens in a local temple’s parking lot on Saturday mornings. There is no single guild that all thieves join to get union wages.
Recently, I helped u/DougTheDragonborn with an idea to make a table where you roll one of every dice in a set (d20, d12, d10, d8, d6, d4) to create neat things. We started with Omens from dreams. Continue reading “Omens from Dreams | An All Dice Table”
No one reads the Terms of Service. Especially if there’s appendices for appendices and that section is the majority of the contract. How bad could it be? Continue reading “50 Things in the Fine Print of That Fiendish Contract You Signed Without Reading”
The complete One Page Lore with all of the previously posted folk and new ones is live on Kickstarter as part of Zine Quest 2. You can get the digital or physical zine.
Lizards are incredibly diverse creatures. Geckos, chameleons, komodo dragons, iguanas, five-lined skinks. The variety of specialized and incredible abilities lizards have makes lizardfolk possibly the greatest for customization in an RPG. Continue reading “One Page Lore: Lizardfolk (And Full One Page Lore Kickstarter)”
While this was supposed to go up with ZineQuest 2020 on February 2nd, but either through my fault or a website glitch WE’RE LIVE NOW!
Want to go straight to the campaign? Here you go! Continue reading “One Page Lore Zine is now LIVE ON KICKSTARTER (oops!)”
The vast variety of mushroom people always look neat, but I was curious what playing a fungal folk would actually be like. What makes them unique? What fungus-based features would give them advantages over their fleshy party mates? What shortcomings would hinder them that others wouldn’t even think about?
Dungeons need not be a collection of mismatched monsters and slapdash snares. Some dungeoneers pride themselves on creating unique works of deadly art.