Review of Dungeon Fog, an online, subscription based, mapping tool for role-playing games.
A brief look at the Winghorn Press adventure “Horror at Havel’s Cross”, a one-shot adventure for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.
I take a look at B/X inspired retro-clone Labyrinth Lord. Does it scratch the B/X itch? Or does descending armor class make me itchy all over?
A review of Basic Fantasy Role Playing Game. Moldvay Edition D&D for the 21st Century.
Back in the 1980s, Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks were where it was at.
A look at 13th Age, my favourite Dungeons and Dragons descendant.
Recently, I’ve been playing more than writing about D&D, hence the long gap between posts. My long running (almost a year and a half) campaign had reached the point where … Continue Reading White Plume Mountain for 5e: A reflection.
About a year ago, I purchased a PDF of Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG. I was in the main throes of returning to the hobby and had a voracious appetite for … Continue Reading Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG – Review
I wrote last week that I didn’t necessarily think that D&D Beyond would fly unless Wizards addressed the potential issue of double buying content. This week, those of us who … Continue Reading D&D Beyond – First Look at Wizards of the Coast’s Digital Toolset
As a general rule, I don’t give dungeon doors much thought as a DM. Sure, I’ve used a few intricate carvings here and there, or the odd talking door (I … Continue Reading Review: Deadly Dungeon Doors – DM’s Guild Product
Eyes of the Stone Thief is a huge tome of living dungeon goodness from Pelgrane Press for the 13th Age RPG. I delve inside the dungeon to end all dungeons.