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Confessions of a Former D&D Snob

  • 5 October 2018

Hello. My name is Chase, and I am a recovering Dungeons & Dragons snob.

I used to be one of the folks who would pooh-pooh any mention of D&D, avoid people who played the game, and bought in to the many stereotypes that dog the hobby.

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In the Sandbox with Pathfinder 2

  • 28 September 2018

We know a lot of you are excited for Pathfinder 2.0, and quite a few may already be playtesting. Here’s a friendly reminder that your pals at LoreSmyth have lots of tools to help you on your new journeys – especially with the Egyptian adventure path!

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The Fellowship of TTRPGs

  • 15 September 2018
Not to get too philosophical on you, but participating in role-playing games helps us come together as a society and betters us as friends, family and people in general.

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The Curious Case of D&D Soda

  • 7 September 2018
In 2009, Jones Soda Co. of Seattle introduced a special edition case of their namesake beverages in a special co-branding deal with Wizards of the Coast to push the Dungeons and Dragons line.

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“You Open the Door and Find… Nothing?

  • 1 September 2018
“You find nothing there.”

“It’s an empty room.”

“Hidden in the shadows is… nothing.”

Oudenophobia (from Greek ouden, meaning “nothing”) or nilophobia (from Latin nihil, meaning “nothing”) is the fear of nothingness or the number zero.

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Product of the Week: Wilderland Bundle

  • 31 August 2018

Perhaps one of the most daunting aspects of running an RPG is finding the perfect map to draw your players into the story. There are many places to pick up a good map, but many times they just don’t have the right combination of twists and turns to suit your needs.

We’ve got you covered!

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