Storybuilding: Growing Your Party’s Fame in 5e

Storybuilding: Growing Your Party’s Fame in 5e

One of the most overlooked aspects of adventurers’ stories is their growing fame. Tales are bound to sprout up about the characters’ exploits as their reputation grows. The minstrel telling stories at the inn is a staple of fantasy literature and many a published...
Traps and How to Avoid the Pitfalls

Traps and How to Avoid the Pitfalls

Whether an obvious spike pit or a hidden rune inscribed upon a spring-loaded plate, traps have been and always will be an integral part of every adventure. They’re an exceptional tool in every game master’s arsenal, though not for the reasons you might think. Catching...
Running Adventure Modules – Your Vault of Secrets

Running Adventure Modules – Your Vault of Secrets

Welcome adventurer to part five of the Running Adventure Modules blog series. Over the course of five articles, we have covered all the tips and tricks a busy GM needs to run pre-written modules with little to no prep time! When you are constantly rushing to prep...
The Wild Hunt – 5e Christmas Adventures

The Wild Hunt – 5e Christmas Adventures

With winter in the air, there are plenty of mythologies around the world from which to draw adventure ideas. Among them, the Wild Hunt is featured in the folklore of various northern European cultures. The hunters are generally the souls of the dead represented by...
Halloween for 5e Players – Warlock of Samhain

Halloween for 5e Players – Warlock of Samhain

At this time of year, the veil between worlds becomes thin, opening doorways to the Otherworld. According to Celtic mythology, Samhain is a liminal time when supernatural beings and the souls of the dead are more easily able to cross into our world. During this time,...