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Designing a Realistic Map For Your Campaign

When designing your map there are a few rules of thumb to keep in mind. These mostly have to do ...
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5 Tips For Outlining A TTRPG Session

If you are a new Dungeon Master or a player who is curious to try running a game, I want ...
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Make a Quick Character Portrait with NeverEnding

I am always on the lookout for new tools to add to my tabletop RPG arsenal. So when I was ...
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Staying Connected to Your Character

I have what seems like hundreds of characters ready-made, eager to throw them into the next campaign I get to ...
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What to have ready before Session Zero

Session Zero refers to a pre-campaign meeting in which the DM and the players come together to create characters, fill ...
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How to Quickly Outline a Campaign

Running a whole campaign takes a whole lotta planning. Telling a cohesive story over multiple sessions requires a good amount ...
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Best Way to Design a Quick Campaign Setting

Start small When building a setting quickly keep your focus on the immediate locations your party will be. No need ...
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7 Random Generators for Dungeon Masters

Today I wanted to share with you all some of the best tools for dungeon masters to use to create ...
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Queer Themes to Incorporate Into Your Campaign

About a year ago, I wrote an article about how a DM could portray queer characters in their campaigns. Today ...
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Using Monsters Beyond Their Statblock: Naga

Today we’ll continue the Using Monsters series with a focus on a monster that rarely gets as much attention as ...