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Drafting for Fantasy LCS

For a run down of what Fantasy League of Legends is, refer back to my first article here.

Fantasy LCS starts with the drafting phase. The drafting phase is where you begin to set up a team that will score you points throughout the season. While players can be traded and swapped anytime during the season, it is critical to select players that will fill in your team well and prevent other competitors from picking those players. Below are helpful hints and selections about the drafting process in Fantasy LCS.

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What is Fantasy League of Legends?

It is without a doubt that Esports are becoming an ever growing trend in the world today. Of the games that host professional leagues, League of Legends takes one of the top spots in popularity around the world. In fact, it has even garnered enough fans for Riot to produce a Fantasy League of Legends, for those diehard fans. This blog will serve to explain what fantasy League of Legends (LoL) is and tips for playing.

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How to Teach Dungeons & Dragons: Advancing the Plot

One of the most important abilities of a Dungeons & Dragons player is to understand a plot and be able to navigate through it. As a Dungeon Master you have to be able to recognize when new players need the aid in figuring out what to do. This blog gives helpful hints in how to help new players traverse a plot or campaign.

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How to Teach Dungeons & Dragons: ‘Bad’ Players

In a perfect world everyone gets along and has fun when playing Dungeons & Dragons, but unfortunately things are not always so perfect. The issue with new players is often they can have fatal flaws that really create a bad atmosphere and destroy others fun. This blog talks about how to deal with a ‘bad’ players in your party.

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How to Teach Dungeons and Dragons: Creating a Quest for New Players

It is often difficult creating quests for new players as you have to balance a sense of ease and straightforwardness with something that actually is interesting enough to keep the players’ attention. This blog gives tips on how to successfully create a quest for new players and examples of quests you can run!

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How to Teach Dungeons & Dragons

Teaching new people how to role-play and the systems of table-top RPGs can be both exasperating and rewarding. As sometimes it is hard to find people with as extensive backgrounds in RPG as yourself, I often find the only way to get a cohesive, friendly group of table-top gamers together is through teaching new people. This guide works to explore how to teach newbies to play RPGs.

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DnD 5e: Guards, Guts, and Glory

My RPG group proceeded to the next part of the campaign, the Pure City. This part of the adventure escalates and delves more into the devilish plots of the dark cult as well as raising questions about how the players had developed their characters up to this point.

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Exploring DnD 5e: Monsters, Illusions, and Zombies

Three of my players joined forces to escape a town overrun with monsters in the last Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition quest. The rules were mostly smooth sailing with only one question about elves trance. In this blog I will talk about the quest of the Burning Church and the lack of clarity on trance rules.

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