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A Dungeon Master Slot Machine Game Would Be Awesome

Written by Expy - Published on June 28, 2016

There are hundreds of different slot games available to online casino fans these days. Modern online, and land-based, slot games are a lot different than the old, classic slot machines. There is a lot of competition between companies that develop and release slot games, especially after slot games went mobile, as a lot of players […]

14 Valentine’s Day-inspired ways to include Love in D&D

Written by MythicParty - Published on February 14, 2016

With today being Valentine’s Day, love (proverbially) was in the air & it made us wonder about how Love could serve as inspiration for D&D.  Of course this holiday named after a Christian martyr isn’t the only occasion for the passionate emotion but the 14th got us to thinking- what would be some ideas for […]

Lessons from Super Bowl 50 for D&D

Written by MythicParty - Published on February 8, 2016

This was the golden anniversary of the Big Game, & while we’ve written about Super Bowl connections before, this year’s event was different enough to do its own follow-up. And that’s even taking into consideration that the article about XLIX created enough commentary to require a sequel to respond. Although gridiron games would seem to […]

Lessons for D&D from Return of the Jedi

Written by MythicParty - Published on February 1, 2016

We’ve been working our way through all the Star Wars movies & how they can help D&D games. But after suffering through the infamous Holiday Special, we needed a break. Yet the show must go on, and RotJ is the last movie chronologically before the new hotness that is Episode VII. However it quickly becomes […]

5 Rules for More Natural NPCs

Written by Ace - Published on January 25, 2016

I know there are already tons of articles on the Internet- and even a bunch here on DMing- about NPCs. And I also know that many DM’s completely fudge stats/numbers in the interest of better story. But here are Aces’s 5 quick and gritty rules for More Natural NPCs: To be believable, they need to […]

Parties other than the party’s party

Written by LovelyRotten - Published on January 20, 2016

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

Written by LovelyRotten - Published on January 10, 2016

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 […]

Lessons for D&D from the horrible Star Wars Holiday Special

Written by MythicParty - Published on December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas from all of us at DungeonMastering.com & as the title suggests, we’re looking at the famously infamous 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special.  How bad is it?  The original director quit after a few days. George Lucas (aka the man who gave us both Jar Jar & Howard the Duck) once admitted that if […]