I am incredibly proud to announce that R.A. Salvatore Presents: The Vile Crypt of the Reawakened Sisterhood is now available for sale on DMs Guild. Please do check it out, and if you like what you see consider giving it a rating or a review.
My DMs Guild adventure will be publicly available incredibly soon! And as I’ve recently decided to attend Pax Unplugged this year, I started to wonder
On last week’s Wandering DMs Dan brought up the problem of having game time progress at a reasonable rate as compared to player level progression.
Every Sunday evening I drive out to play in my regular D&D campaign hosted by my friend Bob, or as you may know him, R.A.
Earlier this week I got to run Something Stinks in Stilton as pure OD&D plus Insanity Cards. I intend to run this game this way
On Monday I got to put my theories to the test and run a pure OD&D game with Insanity Cards to see how it plays
While I’ve posted about using Insanity Cards with various different RPG systems, I’ve never really spoken about convention play vs. campaign play. Insanity Cards were
Dan and I have been trying to get in the habit of teasing the next week’s topic in each episode of Wandering DMs, but in
OK, this may be something of a cheat for the Through the Ages series. As far as I know there have been exactly two attempts
The technology level of a D&D setting is sometimes difficult to gauge, and frankly is often under-considered, by both publishers and DMs alike. Is the