In this post I want to switch hats for a bit and think like a GM for a few minutes. So let’s say you have a Holy Knight in your campaign… what kinds of adventures… Read More »Some Thoughts About Holy Knights for GMs
Today we’re taking a little break from the magical worlds we’ve been visiting and instead talking about the real world of the game table – which can be virtual or physical, funny enough. But what… Read More »Battling Complacency or Unhappiness at the Game Table
Yes, I riffed on a little Kool & the Gang for the title (here are the lyrics to Celebration if you can’t quite get it out of your head)… I was just looking for something… Read More »Celebrate good times, come on… and roll a celebration!
So you’re setting up your next session for your campaign and you need a dungeon… You’ve pulled together a dungeon map already: maybe you used the Appendix A table set from the Dungeon Master’s Guide… Read More »Why is the dungeon there in the first place?
Recently I had an opportunity to ponder how economics plays into the development of an area. It was a thought that first occurred after reading Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond many years ago –… Read More »Using Scarcity, Abundance, and Enough to Inspire Settings and Encounters