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Review Corner: Episode 5 – Friends and Foes I & II

Full Disclosure: I was supplied these supplements by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. Let me start with saying I really enjoy Cawood Publishing's supplements. I've found that the one's I have seen could quickly become an essential part of a DM's toolbox. Supplements like the Between Adventures Handbook (read my… Continue reading Review Corner: Episode 5 – Friends and Foes I & II

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Roll20 content review: Burn Bryte Character Creation

For those who don't know, Burn Bryte is Roll20's science fantasy game currently in it's play testing phase. It was written and produced by James Introcaso with additional design by Jim McClure, Kat Kuhl and Darcy Ross. It's designed by Roll20 for Roll20 which makes it very interesting to fans of the platform. I have… Continue reading Roll20 content review: Burn Bryte Character Creation

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Review Corner: Episode 2 – Art & Arcana

Let me start with this is a beautiful book. And it's big. And heavy. It's the kind of book you'd use to bludgeon an orc if you were trapped in a wizard's library (and you had the improvised weapons feat). But then you'd feel really bad for ruining such a gorgeous tome. Lovingly curated by… Continue reading Review Corner: Episode 2 – Art & Arcana

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How to keep your DM happy and your character alive

What's the most terrifying thing when playing D&D? When your DM doesn't look happy and starts rolling dice. You're pretty sure something bad is going to happen, your character is possibly going to die, and it's likely all your fault. There are times when your DM will take his frustrations out on the group. Hopefully… Continue reading How to keep your DM happy and your character alive