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How to Run an Evil Campaign: Dungeons and Dragons

Running and Evil Campaign You’re an experienced Dungeon Master who has played their share of campaigns where heroes reign supreme and you’re ready for something new. Or perhaps you’re new to running a campaign but are intoxicated by the allure of hosting a more sinister party. Well, my friends…you’ve come to the right place. Let’s…


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…


D&D Player Etiquette

Dungeons and Dragons Player Etiquette Jumping into a Dungeons and Dragons campaign for the first time can seem like an overwhelming experience. Especially if you’re jumping into a game with strangers. You don’t want to make yourself look like a fool, and neither do we. In this article, I’ll talk to you guys about some…


Balancing your D&D Party

how to balance a dungeons and dragons party Let’s say you’ve gathered a group of friends that are interested in starting a campaign. You have all your players and have delegated a Dungeon Master. You are all ready to start playing but you’ve run into a speed bump… “What should we all play as to…


Part 2: Players disinterested in your D&D campaign? How to tell.

Part 2: Player Disinterest in Dungeons and Dragons Part 1 covers what you should avoid as a dungeon master. More often than not as a Dungeon Master, you will run into a challenge in keeping players interested in a game. This post will elaborate on signs of player disinterest in dungeons and dragons and techniques…


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