Hey, guys, Professor Bill here, and I’m playing in the Nerdarchy “Open Legend” game on Friday’s at noon Eastern Standard Time. Actually, I’m the auxiliary player, so when someone else can’t make the game, then I show up last minute. Nonetheless, I want my character to be on point and I figured I’d share my concepts with you. And, of course, I made him with superheroes in mind. Continue reading Open Legend kobold character concept
Last Friday night I was home alone and not a RPG game to be played in sight. My regular group wasn’t available yet I still wanted to drop some funny shaped dice. So what is a gamer to do? I’ll tell you what I did. I reached out to the online RPG game community and some of my fellow Nerdarchist via Facebook. On Facebook there is this group called the Tabletop RPG One Shot Group started by fellow YouTuber GM Juce. He started it to bring gamers together and help people game. A while back I did an article on that FB group and how it’s helping gamers to game.
My son was off to a lock in at church and my wife and daughter would be camping with the Girl Scouts. So I decided to reach out to some members of the One Shot group and see if they’d be interested in playing in a 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons game via Google Hangouts. I was able to scrounge up 5 players for the game and I had about 1-2 hours to prep something.
I’ll be interspersing my GM notes from the game throughout this article. Continue reading Constructing A One Shot RPG Game For 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons
In this edition of Dungeons and Dragons Monsters I’d like to talk to you about Kobolds. Since I don’t know when you are reading this blog post I’m referring to Dungeons and Dragons Edition 3.5 and the Pathfinder Role-playing Game.
The truth is a lot of the information is useful no matter the edition of D&D you are playing. I’d go as far as to say with a little imagination you’ll be able to use the information here in any table top role-playing game.
Kobolds even made it to my Top 10 Scariest Dungeons and Dragons Monsters blog post I did way back in March 2014.
Now on with it. How to properly employ these beasties. First and foremost don’t think you your novice adventuring party is going to clear out a whole tribe of these critters. This is the #1 mistake I’ve seen and made as a GM over the years. If you’ve planned an adventure around that you’ve already have begun on the wrong foot.
Monsters are not going to be just sitting around in a cave complex or dungeon in specific areas just waiting for you to come slaughter them and take their stuff. Continue reading Dungeons And Dragons Monsters- Beware There Be Kobolds With In