I have pondered long and hard about whether I should actually write this post. I myself have used pyrotechnics at the table a number of times without issues. But when is fire involved there is also a danger. And I do not want to be responsible if anyone burns their
You probably know that paper minis are awesome. What makes them even more so are removable bases. They let you store your collection pretty much flat, and allow you to use bases to designate and distinguish between enemies. There are other options out there, but none of them are from
This is probably one of the least used props that I have ever made. The character I made it for never really got played as a player character and quickly turned into an NPC to accompany my group and allow me to throw in the odd mean comment. Her ritual
Few enemies in Dungeons & Dragons are as iconic as the many-eyed, floating ball of magical annihilation known as the Beholder. If your adventuring party ever crosses path with one, chances are that it is now dead, defeated in an epic battle. Because otherwise, you would not be standing here.
Need an infernal tavern, a meeting place for devils, or a place to have a diabolical time? Look no further than the Wells of Nessus. A devil bar with an intriguing (or disgusting) exterior and lots of room for interesting encounters. Either as a good place for infernal information gathering
Following up on the Introduction of the Astralytes, today I want to go deeper into their rank structure, which reflects that this guild is torn between being a research organization and a university, with ambitions to protect the cosmos in general. You can use these ranks to flavor NPCs, or
“Are you real?” is my entry to the 2018 “200 Word RPG Challenge“. The idea is to create a playable game using 200 words or less. If you think that is not possible check out the winners and finalists of the past for some inspiration. Here I humbly present to
This is about turning parts of a video game into adventure material. In case you were wondering, a spitting frog inspired our journey to the Tikoids (or Tikis for short). If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that I like to make things, sometimes for the sake of