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Parties other than the party’s party

January 20, 2016Written by LovelyRotten - Published on

BUT I THOUGHT WE WERE ON THE SAME SIDE?! A long time ago, I took my party into The Friendly Arms in the original Baldur’s Gate game. I saved the game and then launched a fireball into the common room of the place just to see what would happen. If you tried that –and who […]

The 2015 DungeonMastering year in review

January 10, 2016Written by LovelyRotten - Published on

Otherwise known as, ‘What You Should Be Reading To Keep Us Writing Instead of Playing More Marvel Legendary, Descent, & Pandemic.’ Mythic Party got us started off for the New Year with tips on How To Keep Your Players Focused. Whether it’s after the holidays, after a long hiatus, or merely after the usual interval […]

Crashing markets in the D&D world

August 28, 2015Written by LovelyRotten - Published on

Recent financial craziness from China illustrates how interwoven economies are in a modern world. But how would this play out in D&D and what affect would they have on the PCs?  Well as Master Of The Game you can use these ‘real world’ issues to inject a different challenge:  fiduciary.  Here are a few such scenarios. Shortages are […]

If Quentin Tarantino designed a D&D adventure

August 23, 2015Written by LovelyRotten - Published on

While we’re writing a piece on the Walking Dead spinoff, I thought I’d tie-in a few things cinema to D&D.  Because now that he’s finished creating another excuse for Samuel L. Jackson’s wallet to have ‘BMF’ on it, Quentin Tarantino could pitch his next cross-genre vision to the folks at Paizo, bringing his unique style to […]