Month: December 2020
To add to the adventure atmosphere (ba-dum-tiss!) and help bring the campaign setting and overland travel to life for your players, the weather should be somewhat unpredictable for the Player Characters. However, in some instances, the weather forecast can, and should, be more accurately predictable based on observation and common knowledge.
Since I started GMing back in 2015, I’ve never run with miniatures. Though, I’ve painted them for other games. Since there has been time to spare, the desire, but not equally so with cash, I needed to find some options on the cheap side. Like real cheap – Enter Dark Alliance. The quality of these […]
Why oh why didn’t I pick the old one… Earlier this year I had begun planting the seeds of a future D&D group. With not too much convincing I was able to wrangle five of our friends here in town to get real nerdy and roll up some characters. Most of them had literally never […]