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Torturing Player Characters

May 31, 2010Written by Expy - Published on

Staring up from the table, strapped down and glaring with furious eyes, was Gannick. Lord Immelir’s lieutenant struggled against the gag, and we chuckled at our good fortune. Who would have known that a gang war would deliver us such a potential wealth of information? Ah, torture…it’s the standby tactic for dictators and warlords looking […]

DnD for Dummies Part 1 – Overview for Complete N00bs

May 26, 2010Written by Expy - Published on

Experienced players warned: this post is NOT for you! Dungeons and Dragons has a core principle of expanding by attracting more players, people who today feel empty with their 9-5 job or other mundane elements of what happens in the ‘real world’. This series entitled “DnD for Dummies” is going to review a lot of […]

The Social Side of DMing

May 23, 2010Written by Krystal - Published on

Dming can seem like a simple task to the experienced Dungeon Master who has  ‘DM-ed’ his friends for years in his home, but what happens when you have to leave the safety of your group and DM at an event or a group of people you don’t know? What are they going to play, what […]

The King and His Men

May 21, 2010Written by Krystal - Published on

The king and his men sat lonely again as the halls were empty and laughter was lax, there was a jester or two with upside down smiles and empty juggling acts, if only there was a good joke or two! Perhaps the king and his unmerry men would be happy again! Dungeons and Dragons doesn’t […]