Introduction of Transgender Narratives in 5E D&D

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I’ve been discussing the inclusion of trans narratives in 5E D&D games via NPCs with people for a while now, and there are a few points that come up very frequently in discussions with Dungeon Masters. Many of them are … Read More


Player Agency and Why Some Curses Are Total Garbage

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I promise you I’m not finished talking about Dungeons & Dragons villains, but something came up this week that requires my immediate attention and I will get right back to those as soon as I’m done with this one. Yeah, … Read More

D&D Player traits – Backgrounds and the dreaded Background Uploader

There are many traits players can bring to the table that are less than desirable. From the edgelord who always starts in the corner not talking to anyone, to the non-adventurer playing an adventure-focused game. These traits can be tiresome. … Read More

Hoof It Over to Unearthed Arcana for Playing Monsters in D&D — Centaurs and Minotaurs

It’s tough to think about fantasy without the image of fantastical beasts and foes of legend coming to mind. The mighty minotaur and the mysterious centaur are just two of these creatures brought straight from myth to our tables. The Unearthed … Read More

Delving into the West Marches RPG Campaign Style: Better, Faster, Stronger

We continue this archiving of my experience running a West Marches adventuring campaign style and if you haven’t read the first article and second article, you really should for context. My tabletop roleplaying game background is one that heavily focused on narrative and story. With … Read More

Beyond the Fantasy Setting: Converting for 5E D&D Steampunk

Cogs. Steam. Cogs and steam. Have the itch to get some steampunk in your fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons life? You’re not alone. Steampunk, and other niche genres derived from it, is a great addition to any fantasy setting. You … Read More

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