The Folio #4 – 1E/5E Format Adventure Module – Kickstarter

This is the 4th Kickstarter in the Six part Roslof Keep Campaign series, and it is currently at funding levels with over 300 backers, but you only 7 days remaining to join! R Scott Taylor is the Art Director at Gygax Magazine, and heads up the Folio series from his company Art of the Genre. The Folio adventure modules have been going strong since the beginning of 2015. I have been lucky to have been able to be a part of this series since the start, and they has always delivered a great product.

The adventures are made for 1st and 5th edition. The Kickstarter campaigns have always been on time, we receive constant & great communication from Scott, the adventures are great, organized & well thought out, and the Art is outstanding! This all comes from a Art of the Genre that has a solid history of producing RPG gaming modules, art and novels now with 10 successfully filled Kickstarter campaigns under their belt. If is the first time hearing about the campaign, then I would suggest getting the print and electronic versions. And if you’re able, get a backing level so that you can get all 4 adventures.

Here’s the link for the Folio #4 Kickstarter:

Spells for D&D 5th Edition [Part 2]

This week I took a look at Bigby’s spells. Last week I put together two spell conversions: Melf’s Unicorn Arrow and Melf’s Slumber of Arrows, and there were some critiques on the power and level of those spells. So I will be making some tweaks, so check out those updates here:  Spells for D&D 5th Edition [Part 1]

Spells for D&D 5th Edition [Part 1]

If you look through the D&D 5th edition spells in the Player’s Handbook you will notice that there are some spells that are named after people.  They are named after Greyhawk characters: Bigby, Drawmij, Mordenkainen, Nystul, Otiluke, Otto, Rary the Traitor, Tenser, Melf (male elf) and Tasha. And here are those spells from the PHB:

Top 14 Old School D&D Modules

So there have been a TON of modules that were created by TSR for Dungeons & Dragons over the years. The list is truly amazing once you see it, because of all the work and time that went into each adventure module. If you don’t believe me, check out a compiled listing here: List of Dungeons & Dragons Modules

There were some modules that weren’t as fun as others, and