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Character Spotlight: Glint

This week we will spotlight another character build that was inspired by the options presented in Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything. If you missed the past two, you can find Sassa the Lorehunter and Captain Thranis Stendor here. Glint takes advantage ...
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How to GM an open world campaign

Thumbnail image by Alena Aenami How to create quests for open world campaigns || How to create quests for open world campaigns We’ve all been there. A friend approaches you after finishing The Witcher 3 or Assassins Creed: Valhalla videogame ...
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Character Spotlight: Thranis Stendor

Welcome back to the Character Spotlight series. We’ll take a look at another character build, this time centered around healing. If you missed last week’s build, check out Sassa the Lorehunter here. The latest supplement Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything is ...
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Monthly Encounter #16: Saving the giant, a Jinglemas Adventure (lvls ...

Thumbnail image by Brent Rombouts Here at Tribality, we’ve decided to provide our readers with Encounters ready to be added to your table. I’ll be creating new ones monthly for you to have a big collection to look through when ...
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Character Spotlight: Sassa the Lorehunter

I’ve recently become obsessed with creating characters on D&D Beyond. I lovingly craft them, going back over feat choices, spell selections, equipment, and more until I reach a point of madness because these characters will likely never see play. All ...
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How to make “leveling up” a narrative tool

Thumbnail image from the Dark Souls videogame You killed a dragon, gathered a certain amount of experience for doing so, and lvl up, just while the lair the dragon was in starts to crumble and collapse. The draconic sorcerer makes ...
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Kevin’s Spellbook: Mending

Here in the final glimpse into my spellbook, we will look at Mending. This versatile and often overlooked cantrip has likely the greatest implications for real-world applications. Destroying stuff is very easy, repairing them can be very difficult, but Mending ...
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How to: Time traveling in RPGs – The Unique Timeline

Thumbnail image from Netflix show Dark With all other time-traveling methods out of the way, we end up with my favorite one: The Unique Timeline. We went from ways to manage time traveling that involved many deus ex machinas from ...
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Kevin’s Spellbook: Mage Hand

*poof* Welcome back, ye seekers of the mysteries of the universe!  This week we are going to take a look at a mage’s best friend, Mage Hand. This versatile cantrip is one of the most useful utility cantrips in the ...
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Kevin’s Spellbook: Major Image

Hello, students of the arcane!  Today we will look at one of my favorite spells, Major Image. Illusions offer players a powerful way to manipulate the game world. A well-crafted illusion can be the pivotal moment in a game, distracting ...