D&D

This idea came to me just before arriving at Game Hole Con Saturday where I ran a couple games. The night before, I was watching the 1989 post-apocalypse movie Cyborg. An idea... more
Created by a sorcerer living in the Meyang dynasty, the gong was fashioned from the bronze statue of a demon named Tzema'ak. Tzema'ak was worshiped as the god of prophecy,... more
I had a little extra time this afternoon and wanted to do another table that was truly random. Here goes nothing... Truly Random Table #12 1. Half-empty (or is that half-... more
The first S'rulyan Vault PDF accompanying the dungeon map contained several random tables for determining stuff like what humanoids are up to when PCs encounter them. While... more
I was reading about that new Dungeons... more
So, I started a new old school D... more
"Probably your best table yet! Awesomeness!!!" ~ Forrest Aguirre The mystical phase-artistry of the robed classes shan't be denied! Those warrior types think they're so... more
I was inspired by the recently released 50 Shades of Vorpal enough to write this review and create the following d30 random table. Once per combat, a warrior (or any fighter-... more
. . . "'Tis a weird place, m'lord. Full of weird people doing weird things. The citizens of V'dreen think they have jobs, but they don't. They have strangeness..." The... more
Why do they do it? Have you ever thought about why wizards follow the brash warrior and foolhardy thief into the dungeon? When a peasant's mind is full of questions, that is... more
It's a good idea to leave the dungeon once a party's adventuring day is done. Exhausted after searching empty rooms, fighting monsters, avoiding traps, and arguing over loot, it... more
I was talking with my friend Joseph Hines about Death Race: Fury Road. Basically, he was saying that it's fairly lethal and surviving depends on pure luck rather than any... more