Traps, Puzzles, and Strangeness

Here's another thing for your Islands of Purple-Haunted Putrescence campaign - purple pitcher plants. So, what do they do? I don't know, let's find out... 1. These pitchers... more
A year ago, I ran The Islands of Purple-Haunted Putrescence at a convention. Towards the session's end, the PCs encountered a giant machine inspired by the computer that could... more
An idea for a weird/niche table popped into my head earlier today due to a recent viewing of The Gate. It's pretty self-explanatory and there's a wide variety of results (freaky... more
Today, I've got a four-part table for finding out what kind of stupid hat that gnome is wearing. I'll include this in my forthcoming book How to Game Master like a Fucking... more
Somewhere in their travels, amongst the books and beakers full of strange colored fluids in a wizard's laboratory or lying on the floor in the corner of a dungeon room... is a... more
This is the start of a weekly article where I (and hopefully others) will post something whimsical you can use in your tabletop fantasy roleplaying game. Because D... more
This is one of the simplest yet most effective trick/traps I've ever used in my games. It can be dynamic and very effective if used by a creative Game Master. A band of... more
Lightning Berries Small, turquoise, and spheroid, these remarkably sweet and succulent fruit have only appeared in the last decade. Denizens of the Nether Realms have learned... more