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Recently, one of our fans on the Discord (Steve Watson a.k.a Dire Mongoose), posted some cool photos of maps he made using our Modular Dungeon Tiles and Google Sheets. Steve explained how easy it was to make beautiful, functional, and digital dungeon maps this way, so we decided to interview him!
Coming up with roleplaying ideas on the spot isn’t easy. Dungeon Discoveries card decks help you conjure up inspirational world-building details with the flip of a card. Three, all-new scifi decks are now available, bringing you endless futuristic things to find when your players are searching or veering off the beaten path.
Want to remind players of the power of nature in your next tabletop roleplaying game? Here’s a wondrous item to drop right into your campaign world for your players to discover, complete with a history and quest hook!
Want to introduce a little mischief to your roleplaying game? Here’s a wondrous item to drop right into your campaign world for your players to discover, complete with a history and quest hook!
We've said it before, but it's true: improvisation is one of the most important skills a GM can learn, and it's one of the hardest to learn. That being said, we have a few good tips to keep in mind…
Interested in adding a bit of wonder and mysticism to your campaign setting? Try weaving star signs and omens into the night sky to allow players to get a glimpse of what the future holds! If you're thinking "hey, that…
Sometimes you want survival itself to be your players' biggest challenge. Learning to stay alive in a brutal, primitive fantasy setting can offer players a refreshing challenge, and we have some tips on how to do that! "But," you might…
Looking for a wondrous item for your roleplaying game with a minor magical effect? Here’s a mysterious magical item to drop right into your campaign world for your players to discover, complete with a history and quest hook.
No matter how much prep work a DM puts in, there’s always going to be moments when the players stumble (or stride confidently) into a scenario where the DM has nothing prepared. Here’s some tips on creating story ideas to fill in the blanks!