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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The Importance of d4-d20s

Most people believe that dice rolling is the biggest key to table top gaming. Without it there would be true chaos and corruption in RPGs. In order to be an informed minion player and keep your DM from going mad with power, keep informed about dice and rolling rules. I will talk about the different kinds of dice rolling and rules, and even some of the ideas behind dice rolling in this blog.

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World Creation for RPGs

Different universes and settings are one of the reasons people play RPGs. The idea that you can escape the world you are in and visit another is enthralling. In my last blog I talked about the importance of setting in Table Top role-playing and I mentioned world creation as an option.  World creation for table top role-playing games can be daunting. I have substantial experience that I will share in this blog.

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Closing a Campaign

“How do you pick up the threads of an old life? How do you go on, when in your heart, you begin to understand . . . there is no going back? There are some things that time cannot mend, some hurts that go too deep.” These lines by Frodo in the Return of the King perfectly summarize the feelings that one gets when a loved book, movie, or campaign comes to a close.

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