There’s a debate that has been fought ever since man invented games that have an element of chance has been, “Is it better to be lucky or skilled?” It’s a debate that has a number of unique resona[...] Read on >>
I don't know why, but I have had on my mind quite often lately the idea of using traditionally "good" creatures as opponents in RPGs. A few days ago, I wrote up some plot hooks that might lead a group of heroes[...] Read on >>
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WintersKnight@DeviantArtIn this installment of 3DPBMCSHMtm, we head off to Altorr to talk faerie. The 'Fair Folk' play their inscrutable games of state. Yet the Courts of...
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The raiders were proving to be more than we, the local militia and the Baron’s rangers, could handle. They struck without warning, sneaking into the villages and breaking into the houses to take what they wan[...] Read on >>
Long before Wizards of the Coast started shying away from "save or die" effects, I was avoiding them like the plague. Mostly it was because I had so few players that a single "save or die" roll could [...] Read on >>
The lammasu is another creature that I have never used in a campaign, and admittedly, it's mainly because they're good guys. While lawful good monsters aren't usually the first thing I think of when I'm trying to devise[...] Read on >>