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Monster of the Week: Crystal Fold Guardian

One of the things I enjoy the most about roleplaying games is creation aspect.  World building, character building, designing history...

Ring of Power

Using a physical object to visually represent active initiative order has a multitude of direct benefits to the speed and flow of combat during Dungeons and Dragons combat encounters

Grabbing Larger Creatures

Here is a small change to the grab rules I am making for my home game. Essentially if you grab a creature one size larger than you it is slowed and you move with it. If you grab a creature 2 or more sizes larger with you then you move with it. The purpose of this change is to accommodate rules where a creature of insignificant size grabs onto a larger creature. Last I checked I was still able to keep moving with a 4-year-old latched to my back so I am confident that I could with a halfling in the same position. This also allows for some rather epic scenes in which a character grabs onto a dragon that is attempting to escape only to climb onto their back and bring them down. Perhaps several creatures grab hold of the dragon, maybe using harpoons, and bring it to the ground.

Seeker: End of Quest

Seeker: End of Quest

Observer’s Log – August 12th, 1943 My last entry was months ago, and I regret not keeping an up to...

Combat Objective: Evasion

Combat Objective: Evasion

Combat Objectives are something that I’ve been working with lately.  While most combats are straightforward, decrease all targets health to...

Save on Miniatures by Purchasing from Other Games

Save on Miniatures by Purchasing from Other Games

The official Wizards of the Coast Dungeons and Dragons miniatures can be quite expensive, especially for the rarer models, but...

The Stages of Planning

The Stages of Planning

I’ll admit that I spend a decent percentage of my free time planning for my Friday night gaming sessions.  I’ve...

Megaman Style Loot Distribution

Personally, I’ve never enjoyed paging through the thousands of items available to players in order to try to pick an...

Use a Dice Box to Roll Dice

If you’re tired of dropping your dice on the floor resulting in a Natural 1, if you don’t like your...

Make Shopping More Involved

Make Shopping More Involved

Shopping in 4e is boring.  Very boring.  From what I understand of Lost Forgotten Realms shopping is essentially “Can you...

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