Tag Archives: dungeons

Game Mastering with a Video Table

SPOILER ALERT: This blog entry contains some minor spoilers from the D&D 5th Edition┬áCurse of Strahd adventure published by Wizards of the Coast. Saturday, May 7, 2016: The day that I started GMing for the very first time. Okay, I’ve … Continue reading

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Here comes Egia

Basically, from 2008 until 2014 I ran a Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition campaign in my own original campaign world. Refugees from a dead land known as Egia fled across a vast, unknown ocean to escape a magical plague (Don’t … Continue reading

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Mutants & Masterminds 3rd Edition Campaign & Other Stuff

Apparently my track record of posting to this site has been pretty piss-poor. Maybe I’ll change that. No promises. At the moment, I’m actually not running my own D&D campaign, which is a rarity for me. After a 6+ year … Continue reading

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Review: DN5 The Urban Underdark Dungeon Tiles

Today I’m going to review the Dungeons & Dragons accessory DN5 The Urban Underdark Dungeon Tiles. Technically, these are released under the 4th edition logo but as with all Dungeon Tiles products they are usable with any version of D&D … Continue reading

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Product Review: Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition Book of Vile Darkness

I’ve been so busy with Life that I had honestly forgotten that I started this blog a year ago. After about three years the behavior of my desktop computer, which was running an upgrade copy of Windows 7 that had … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Iron Lich (Heavy Spoilers)

Warning: Heavy Spoilers Ahead! Players who don’t want to have a polished and savory adventuring experience ruined for them should read no farther! Saturday, March 5, 2011: A day that will live in infamy! I am the dungeon master of … Continue reading

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WotC in a tailspin

If the world of media, going all the way back to the first inexpensive media that people could record at home, has taught anyone who pays attention one lesson it is this: customers and would-be-customers and will-never-be-customers will get what … Continue reading

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