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14 Aquatic Encounter Seeds for 1st-5th level Characters

In this series I will be presenting creatures you can use for villains, lieutenants, minions, and wild encounters for 5th edition aquatic games, as well as encounter seeds for these villains at each tier. This week I bring you aquatic encounter ...
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Adventure Building: Part 1 – Getting Started

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 In my previous series, I looked at world building. I thought it would be a good idea to look at adventure building next. Whether you are ...
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Paizo’s “The Emerald Spire” for 5th Edition, Part 4

Late last year, Paizo Kickstarted a superdungeon called “The Emerald Spire“. Along with the characteristicly beautiful production value and stunning art, each of the 16 levels of this detailed module has its own fold-out map in the style of Paizo’s other ...
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The Lore of Lost Mine of Phandelver

“Lost Mine of Phandelver” is, at least right now, probably the most widely played adventure in 5th edition D&D. As the adventure promises, you don’t need to be a Forgotten Realms expert to run it – but maybe some of this will ...
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Paizo’s “The Emerald Spire” for 5th edition, Part 3

Late last year, Paizo Kickstarted a superdungeon called “The Emerald Spire“. Along with the characteristicly beautiful production value and stunning art, each of the 16 levels of this detailed module has its own fold-out map in the style of Paizo’s other ...
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Paizo’s “The Emerald Spire” for 5th Edition, Part 1

Late last year, Paizo Kickstarted a superdungeon called “The Emerald Spire“. Along with the characteristicly beautiful production value and stunning art, each of the 16 levels of this detailed module has its own fold-out map in the style of Paizo’s other ...
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4 Unlikely Apocalypses for Your Game

Many tabletop roleplaying games heavily feature an apocalypse to great effect; either one threatened, one that happened in the past, or one that it currently happening. But there are apocalypses beyond the return of the titans, beyond zombies, and beyond ...
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Tables of Adventure

We have another guest post by Robert Evans. I have a confession to make. I LOVE tables. As a GM that’s frequently too lazy to fully prep for what my players might do I learned pretty pretty early how to ...
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System Agnostic: Dungeon Concept – The Fungal Sieve

Based on this prompt over at the r/dnd subreddit, I decided to create my own dungeon based on a fungal growth. While drafting this, I wanted to explore a couple of thoughts – I’ve always liked engineered organisms designed for a ...
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System Agnostic: The City of Salt in Wounds [Pt 3]

New Website for Salt in Wounds! The 13 Meridian Houses When the Tarrasque was first subdued, thirteen ‘immovable’ harpoons were sunk deep into it’s body, each with a long, thick chain running to a traditional iron anchor sunk magically into ...