Vive la résistance

“The Delay Action”  (italicized is non-canon, table conversation)  “Nononono…” “Ugh.. come on…”  “NOW?!?!?!” Though they missed opportunities to assassinate him on multiple occasions, the party had never come this close.  The joyless game of cat and mouse had persisted for months. But now, at the worst of times, here he is, right at the doorstepContinue reading “Vive la résistance”

How-to Play: 11 Easy Tips to Help Beginners Create Memorable Characters

So… your first D&D session is coming up and you are nervous about making your first character. While you feel stuck in uncertainty, you’re still excited, and you have a few priorities going in: You want your first character creation to be simple and easy You want someone relatable to role-play You don’t want aContinue reading “How-to Play: 11 Easy Tips to Help Beginners Create Memorable Characters”

How to Play: 7 Unique Clerics Inspired from History

Ah… the holy cleric… The support caster of support casters at the beck and call every wounded warrior. They are squeamish around blood, in chapel on a friday night, and rolling their eyes at every joke. And for most people, no matter how powerful the class is (and it is VERY powerful) that sounds… boring. Continue reading “How to Play: 7 Unique Clerics Inspired from History”

How- DM: Better Shared Storytelling And 5 Tips Letting Dungeons and Dragons Players Lead

“Everything the Dungeon Master needs to weave legendary stories…” That’s the subtitle for the DMG. It clarifies that the pillars of role playing, exploration, and combat are all tools to tell a story. Shared storytelling is the very essence of Dungeons and Dragons, keeping players and DM’s alike interested, invested, and engaged.  But built intoContinue reading “How- DM: Better Shared Storytelling And 5 Tips Letting Dungeons and Dragons Players Lead”