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Top Ten Reasons to Play Dungeons and Dragons

I can’t tell you just how many amazing reasons there are to play Dungeons and Dragons. Not only is it fun as hell, but is can help to better yourself as a person. Here’s the top ten reasons to play dungeons and dragons: #1 Dungeons and Dragons Tackles Social Anxiety This game literally forces you…


How to Create a Dungeons and Dragons Character from a Movie

Creating a Character Based off of a TV Series, Movie, or Literature If you play Dungeons and Dragons, you’ve probably read a lot of fantasy novels, or seen many different tv series and movies. No doubt, you have some characters from those things that you love and admire. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to play the…


D20 vs. Magic Life Counter for Dungeons and Dragons

As a Dungeon Master running a campaign, you may come across a player that wants to use a Magic The Gathering Life Counter die in place of a d20. If your wanting my personal opinion, which I assume you do, I would not allow my players to use the Life Counter as a substitute for…


Finding Your Perfect Dungeons and Dragons Character

After you’ve played your fair share of sessions and campaigns, you’ve probably figured out what it is that you like as far as your play-style and how you roleplay your character. However, you haven’t built a character that feels perfect for you. Perhaps it is time to find your perfect character. To do this, you’ll…


Dungeons and Dragons Character Death

Player Character Death and Thereafter: It is Absolutely Needed for an Interesting Campaign! As a Dungeon Master, you’re more than likely going to run into Player Character death eventually. Dungeons and Dragons character death cannot and should not be avoided. If you are running a campaign that is too easy, one where your players beat everything…


Chracter Build Guide for Dungeons and Dragons: Step-by-Step

Build Your Own Characters in Dungeons and Dragons Check out the video associated with this post for a visual demonstration on how to build your character! For first time players, building a character can be rather tedious. So we’ve made this breakdown to help you. Here is what we will review: Race, Sex, and Name…


Dungeons and Dragons

Welcome to Lore Forgers, a Dungeons and Dragons community. Our names are Zach and Christy.  We created this page because we enjoy D&D and want to share our knowledge with people in the community.  Our focus is helping new players get started, how to play, tips and tricks, dungeon master guides, and finding the materials…


Keeping Your Players Involved in Dungeons and Dragons

Keeping Players Involved   One of the challenges a new Dungeon Master faces is keeping his/ her players involved with the campaign. Luckily there are a few things you can do both in game and out of game. Here’s a few examples of what you can do during the game sessions. First, be sure to…


Matt Colville & Running the Game

Review: Matt Colville & Running the Game Matt Colville is a fantasy writer/novelist, Game Master/Dungeon Master, friend of Matthew Mercer, and creator of the “Running the Game” YouTube series. After watching his GM tips videos and his series aforementioned, I am so thankful to have come across this person in the D&D community. He has…


DnDice Tutorial and Review

Dice App: DnDice Tutorial and Review Throughout your time exploring Dungeons and Dragons, you will come to know of many different tools that can be useful to your experience. One of the tools is something you will use constantly throughout your campaign….Dice! However, physical sets of polyhedral dice can be expensive. Buying a single set can…


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