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Finding Inspiration in Medieval History

March 22, 2010Written by Expy - Published on

A Search for Realism in D&D Play by Guest Blogger David Frees I am an avid fan of D&D. I am also a historian of medieval history. Since the early 1980s I have served as a DM for countless adventures and have created numerous mythical worlds in which players sought to make their mark. As […]

How to Make More of Your Minions

March 11, 2010Written by Expy - Published on

By Guest Blogger Jason L. Dawson Players are clever. They scheme, plan, plot and connive their way into and out of the most difficult situations we as the DM can create. This is especially true if you have players in your game who are tactically minded. I have the singular joy (and curse, at times) […]

Beyond the Module

March 7, 2010Written by Krystal - Published on

Sometimes, new people want to try their hand at DMing or old hands want to use a module to help speed things a long. This is not an issue, adventures and modules were made for a reason and it’s not a shame to use them, but it’s also okay not to use it. The problem […]

The Past We are Doomed to Repeat

March 4, 2010Written by Expy - Published on

By Guest Blogger Brendan Stone “I’m a level 14 Dwarven Fighter.  I’m tough as nails and drink like a fish.  I wear plate mail the color of rust and dirt to hide the blood that flows freely from my enemies.  My axe is a gruesome weapon to behold! “  Wait, what do you mean make […]