Category Archives: Dungeons and Dragons

Some Great Blogs to Visit

In case you haven’t seen them already, here’s two other great sites to visit. A Book of Creatures (https://abookofcreatures.com/ is a wonderful collection of creatures and monsters drawn from a wide variety of folklore. Recent additions come from the Congo, … Continue reading

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36 years ago, in Dragon Magazine

I just discovered the names of myself and other gamers from my childhood in the Dragon Magazine for May 1980.  There were few enough people gaming back then that they had a feature called, “The International DM List for 1980” … Continue reading

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Hedgehobbit on Early Roleplaying Methods

Hedgehobbit has a series of videos on YouTube talking about early games. Good stuff, but I’ve played most of those so I didn’t get much out of most of them. This discussion, however, I found really fascinating. He is very … Continue reading

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11 Ways to be a better Roleplayer

Just found this blog about being a better roleplayer. It is old (June 20, 2013), but really rings true for me. Check it out. 11 Ways to be a better Roleplayer

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More Maps of Old Dungeons by Jason Thompson

Here’s a few I missed somehow along the way: Steading of the Hill Giant Chief Isle of Dread Glacial Rift of the Frost Giant Jarl Ravenloft Slave Pits of the Undercity Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth And a map for a … Continue reading

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The Village of Hommlet

Jason Thompson has created another cartoon map of a classic module, this time it’s the Village of Hommlet. Really takes me back! So I did a brief web search for other things related to that module, and found these: The … Continue reading

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Dungeonmastering Again

So I’m running my own campaign again (the Navah campaign) and loving it. But I’m a different referee than I used to be. Back in 2012, I talked about some of the checks I had to put on my ego … Continue reading

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