Dungeons need not be a collection of mismatched monsters and slapdash snares. Some dungeoneers pride themselves on creating unique works of deadly art.
People are a mix of accepting and rejecting parts of their environment as well as how they view and wish to view themselves. For elves, so much of what they’re known for is societal: elitists, elegant, proper. Those are things you learn as you develop, not things you start life with. Continue reading “One Page Lore: Elves”
From classics to new ideas, we members of the Gollicking crafted fifty plot hooks tailored to fit the monk (or similarly styled character) in your party.
Our quest to make some sort of absurd roll table of hooks continues, and this time we’re taking it to the ocean. Continue reading “50 Fantasy Plot Hooks for Ocean Adventures”
Sometimes, you need a compelling hook and challenge for a session or one shot. But you don’t want a one-dimensional adventure. You want something with bite. Continue reading “Plots in a Pinch”
The corpse of the giant rots in the mountain range. What treasures could we find within its belly? Continue reading “The Giant Rotting Dungeon”
My friend, creative genius, and fellow RPG content creator made a glorious post on BTS (and she got a quote from me for it). Continue reading “How writing for r/DnDBehindtheScreen has made me a better DM – A Guest Post”
I present a collection of uncommon uses for common items. Players and GMs alike can use these ideas or check out the list and make share some of your on in here or in the comments on Reddit.