Mini-Dungeons: Caves (C-1) - Lizardfolk TunnelsFri 18 August 2017 by Unknown from Dungeons and Dragons Classics Newest Items
Within the pages of this book, you will findthe first of three mini-dungeons in a short series set in caves. This one being the Lizardfolk Tunnels! You will be able to drag and drop this mini-dungeon as you need, at any time your players wish to travel between towns, or simply decide to go in the opposite direction that you had planned as their Dungeon Master. So, without further ado, P.B. Publishing teams up with Loot The Room to present you with the following exciting, challenging, and flavorsome mini-dungeon: 1. Lizard Folk Tunnels - APL2 to APL5 Party Level Information! Lizardfolk Tunnels is a Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition dungeon for Tier 1 to Tier 2 adventure.
A Fault In Our Stars: Starfinder, ADnD 2E, and Repeating History
So I wanted to talk a bit about Starfinder and how I see it. Not as a game or in comparison to White Star, but as a business move and why I think Paizo chose to release a sci-fi adaptation of their juggernaut fantasy roleplaying game. But to do that ...read more
RPGaDAY #18 - Most played RPG
Which RPG have you played the most in your life?
Dungeons & Dragons.
This is the game I started with. Sometimes I will either grow tired of it or want to try something new, but I always end up wanting to run a game with it eventually. Curiously I always end ...read more
NPC Fluff Generator 1: Demon Cult
Do you love to use random tables to roll up details of your campaign world? Are you inspired by what the luck of the dice hands you to work with? Do you like demon cults? Then this is the product for you. Over 30 pages of random tables that allow ...read more
Names From The Lost Peninsula: Over 1,000 Names For People, Places & Things Found In The Chult Region Of The Forgotten Realms
Considered by most to be a backward, unsettled. land of monsters, jungles, disease, and savages, the Chultan peninsula boasts several distinct cultures and relatively stable governments that date back hundreds of years. These lands' reputations derive from their isolation from the rest of the world, the magical concealment of key ...read more
Acae - Weretiger Ranger - D&D 5e
Acae, an elf from the deep jungles, has come out into the realm for the purpose of finding adventure and making a name for himself.read more
Fortune Favors the Bold
Gen Con 50 is just about to start, and the convention's 50th anniversary promises to be bigger than ever. Here on the organized play team, we've been pulling out all the stops. John and Thurston talked last week about our big specials and quests for Pathfinder Society and ...read more
#RPGaDAY: Which RPG Have You Owned The Longest But Not Played?
This is a slightly tricky question. For instance, I've owned - and treasured - the original three Arduin books since I first found them through a tiny ad in the back of White Dwarf, I guess in the early '80s, and while I've never played a pure Arduin campaign I ...read more
Podcasts of Annihilation
Back in June, we introduced the new D&D storyline at the Stream of Annihilation with a bunch of D&D adventuring groups known for streaming live play videos on Twitch. Not to be outdone, the community of podcast creators who play D&D in audio only without streaming came ...read more
Holly Conrad on Dice Camera Action
Holly Conrad (@hollyconrad) is an amazing roleplayer and costume designer, and D&D fans know her from playing the Tiefling “trash-witch” Strix in Dice Camera Action with Chris Perkins. Hosts Bart Carroll (@bart_carroll), filling in for Shelly, and Greg Tito (@gregtito) ask Holly about Strix, her birds, and her love ...read more
RPGaDAY Fifteen, Sixteen, and Seventeen
Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most? I’ve posted quite often about the fun I’m having developing my own world for my D&D 5E campaigns. Whether it was planned or not, I think it was smart for WotC to launch the new edition without a defined ...read more
OSR Deep Tracks - A Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore (Greyhawk Grognard)
I've been meaning to do this for a while - start an irregular series of posts about influential yet often overlooked releases in the OSR. This is THAT first post forread more
In the Phantom's Wake
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Their Superior Play Almost Got My PCs Killed
I’m in a bizarre situation in my Shattered Star campaign. It’s looking like the PCs are going to die because they are too clever for their own good… I’m a huge fan of intelligent, thoughtful play. Just wandering through a dungeon whacking things because you lack the ...read more
5e Content Strategy: 2017 Update
Just over a year ago, I wrote about the 5e content strategy, discussing the confluence of the DM’s Guild, the OGL, and the incredibly slow rate of official 5e releases. In this article, I’m exploring what we’ve seen from WotC in the past year, including announced but ...read more
The Dragonrider: Base Class for 5e
The Dragonrider! A machine of fighting and brotherhood where the rider and the dragon have chosen to lead a life of symbiosis and fight hand in hand together. A full 20 level class playtested through and worked through along the way brings another martial class to the scene.read more
August 17, 2017: Join Us At Gen Con!
Welcome to the first day of Gen Con! Our team has been in Indianapolis for a few days now, putting the finishing touches on our booth, preparing the MIBs for hours of gaming, and making sure that theread more
Monstrosities, the S&W Monster Book - Back in Stock in Print - Just 20 Copies
Run, don't walk to the Frog God Games Online Store if you want your chance to own a physical copy of the Monstrosities book for Swords & Wizardry. 50 bucks gets you a copy in Print and PDF, but only while stock remains. You can never have too many monsters ...read more
Classic Modules Today: L1 The Secret of Bone Hill
Danger lurks in the Lendore Isles. Bands of evil creatures prowl the hills overlooking the town of Restenford, seeking unwary victims. Now you have come to this sleepy little village looking for adventure and excitement. You seek to fathom the unexplored reaches of Bone Hill and unlock the mysteries of ...read more
#RPGaDAY 2017: Day 16
Which RPG do you enjoy using as is? Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition. It's pretty close to what I would have designed for ...
To Indy, And Beyond!
Wait, it's already August again?! It's almost time for crowds of gamers to converge in Indianapolis for Gen Con 50 and Paizo officially releases our newest roleplaying game, Starfinder! If you're on your way to the show, we've gone ahead and collected a list of all ...read more
OSR Commentary On The Basic Dungeons & Dragons Adventure 'M4 Five Coins For A Kingdom' By Allen Varney For Your Old School High Level Campaigns
"In an instant, the city of Lighthall vanishes from you very midst! In its place come five coins of amazing powers - power to transport you to a realm of fantastic worlds and incredible magic. In this realm, islands float in air and vast armies battle at the brink of oblivion ...read more
The last RPG I used as is, in a campaign setting, was Pathfinder...I didn't enjoy it. The last RPG I used as is, in a one-shot, was Dungeon World...despite being driven by the Apocalypse engine, I did enjoy it.read more
Kickstarter - RPG WorldBuilder (Android App from Simian Circle Games)
Looking for an app for your Android device to create maps (world and dungeon), supports random tables, has a dice roller and includes digital versions of the World and Dungeon Architect cards?read more
Kickstarter - Dungeons of Doom III - Dragon Slayers - Star Hat Miniatures
Simply put, Star Hat Miniatures offers some great minis, and I'm not just saying that because they did an official "Tenkar" mini with their last Kickstarter. They are, quite simply, awesome minis.read more
The Bitch Queen's Prize
At first, it seems like a straightforward commission for a party of heroes: A Waterdeep merchant hires you to recover a valuable item for her from a shipwreck in an area where dangerous monsters are known to prowl. But there is more to that item than you knew when you ...read more
For over 40 years, Dungeons & Dragons has ruled the TRPG market, bringing players together at tables all over the world. D&D Beyond, Curse's new digital companion web app, aims to enhance the D&D experience by making game management easier by putting all of the game information you ...read more
D&D Beyond Official Digital Toolset Launch
Curse (the creators of D&D Beyond and a subsidiary of Twitch) have launched the new official toolset for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition. Here is the press release: Curse Launches an Official Digital Digital Toolset for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition Huntsville, Alabama. – August 15, 2017 – This morning, Curse launched D ...read more
Heroes Wear Masks (5e) – Sean’s Pick, 081517
Super Games Week flies on even as we begin to gather for Gen Con 50. One of the great wargame companies in gaming history, Avalon Hill, lives on with more RPG offerings here in the 21st Century. This includes their take on d20-driven superhero gaming, and they’ve adapted their ...read more
Cloak & Dagger (2e)
More than just powerful wizards, divine temples, and wise kings comprise the Realms. For every beacon of light there exists a shadow; and shadows conceal much. Those who work in secret wield much power in Faerun: Groups as diverse as the Harpers and the Zhentarim all live and work in ...read more
Further Mediations On B5 Horror on the Hill By Douglas Niles For Your Old School Campaigns
The end of the road. A lonely fort stands on the banks of a mighty river. It is here the hardy bands of adventurers gather to plan their conquests of The Hill, the hulking mass that looms over this tiny settlement. The Hill is filled with monsters, they say, and ...read more
#RPGaDay 2017: Day 14
RPGaDay ‘s question for day 14 asks about which RPG would choose for open-ended campaign play. This is my default attitude toward gaming, even now with all the schedule and life things which come with age and responsibility. When I think of running one of my regular RPG choices, and ...read more
In the Next Tenkar's Tavern Crate - There will be Castles & Crusades
When I returned to gaming after about 10 years away, the first thing I stumbled across was Castles & Crusades. Back then, it was the first print of the C&C Player's Handbook. Monsters & Treasure wasn't even on the radar - if you wanted monsters, you broke out your AD ...read more
Character Focused Random Events for Towns
Character Focused Random Events for Towns is the sequel to the Gold Bestselling title Character Focused Random Events for the City. This bookmarked PDF holds 420 Random Events for players in any Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition campaign. As characters explore the world, random events can happen in towns they pass ...read more
Town Record Sheet
This free PDF is a simple record sheet for towns in your campaign. A Dungeon Master can use the sheet for secret notes or worldbuilding. A player can use it to keep an adventure journal for the whole party. Having a separate sheet makes it easy to remember what town ...read more
Guides, Characters, and Conventions!
Well, I'm at Gen Con in the middle of the Sagamore Ballroom. Spent the morning sorting banners and getting them ready for hanging. This afternoon, the team put the final touches on Pathfinder Society and Starfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guides. So without further ado, the Guides! Season 9 of ...read more
RPGaDAY Thirteen and Fourteen
Describe a game experience that changed how you play? What comes to mind is the first time I played the Call of Cthulhu RPG. Up to that point I had been playing Dungeons & Dragons, and other TSR games and their ilk. Games where we were very much the heroes, and ...read more
The Masks of the Ancients
The masks of the ancients are artifacts from an era long since passed. Long ago an artificer named Aras created a mask of ivory to emulate his idea of purity and good. He gave his creation to one of his disciples who quickly defected from the path of honor to ...read more
#RPGaDAY: I Heartily Endorse RPG Campaign Infographics...
Some Infographic Books From My Personal Library...
Geeky infographics are popular at the moment, so much so that many branches of geekdom have books dedicated to them (for instance, I own at least one for Star Wars, one for Doctor Who, and one for superheroes - all pictured above).
But they ...read more
#RPGaDAY: Which RPG Do You Prefer For Open-Ended Campaign Play?
As I mentioned back the start of #RPGaDAY, my dream would be to be playing (or running) an epic, open-ended Villains & Vigilantes superhero campaign in the style of Aaron Allston's Strike Force, but the simple truth is that just doesn't gel with the way the Tuesday Knights' game ...read more
Champions 4th Edition – Sean’s Pick, 081417
Bear with me, this will make sense in a minute… It’s Gen Con, many, many years ago. It’s in Milwaukee still, which should tell you something. It’s early 90s, though I just can’t remember the specific year (I am terrible with that kind of thing, always ...read more
Ye Olde Shop of Curios (Stock take #315)
A collection of 10 unique magic items Also see... Stock take #241 Stock take #287 Stock take #293 Stock take #301 (Inspired from my Random Resource spreadsheet)read more
Dungeons & Dragons at HASCON
Hasbro is hosting its first ever convention, HASCON, gathering friends and families from all our fandoms, and you know D&D is going to be there! Whether you want to play Tomb of Annihilation, meet some of the D&D team, or get a photo with our Batiri goblin—we ...read more
Here There Be Aliens
Amid our preparations for Gen Con, we here at the Paizo offices are strapping ourselves in for the launch of the Starfinder Core Rulebook and all of its related material (in less than a week! ), including the first volume of the Dead Suns Adventure Path, Incident at Absalom Station. You ...read more
RPGaDAY #14 - Favorite system for campaigns
Which RPG do you prefer for open-ended campaign play?
I feel that the majority of RPG systems lend themselves to open-ended campaign play (Toon and Paranoia come to mind as systems/settings that would prove difficult for a sustained campaign). However, generic systems or those decoupled from a setting tend ...read more
I have a kickstarter!
As some of you have noticed I have been remiss with this blog (though I am having some fun doing the latest RPGaDAY event - part of the reason I joined in was to do some writing here). What have I been doing with the time I haven't been writing ...read more
Table Top Babble 033 – The Forgotten Realms
A new episode of Table Top Babble is now available! James Introcaso chats with Max from Reading the Realms, Jeff Greiner from the Tome Show, and Ginny Loveday about the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons. Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher. Grab our RSS feed. Follow Table ...read more
Exciting News from Frank Mentzer!
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Announcement From Frank Mentzer
Frank Mentzer was talking about this at Gary Con 9, and said he hoped to Kickstart in a couple of months. Obviously, things of this scale take a bit longer. Frank has a letter from Gary Gygax giving permission to include his campaign in the Greyhawk setting. Frank makes clear ...read more