The latest issue of my Dungeons and Dragons zine is out!
Issue 8 is all about the underdark (or Deepdark as it is known). It will feature articles on the history of the Deepdark, Drowcraft items, seeing and surviving in the Deepdark, crystal magic, a dark elf campaign idea, and much more! (See below for details).
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I wanted to write a post showing all the upcoming stuff I have planned for 2022.
It’s a little cliche, but I am hoping I can refer back to this and it will keep me on track, as well as letting you know what’s coming up this year.
The following are some of what I have planned:
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d12 Monthly is my flagship product which is very much inspired by the Dragon magazines of old.
It is edition-agnostic and contains a lot of articles, and each issue is themed. Some of the past themes include: death, wilderness, dungeons, the underdark, combat, and many more.
They come out at the start of each month (earlier, if you are a patron on Patreon. or an email subscriber).
They range from 20 pages to 28 pages in length and have an average of 9-10 articles per issue.
You can find all of them on my zine page for free PDF downloads.
You can also get physical copies mailed to you each month (full colour cover and black & white interior) if you are a patron.
This is the first “fireside chat” podcast that I have put together and includes Ian from Black Dragon Games and Jon from Tale of the Manticore.
Featuring music by Squadda Bambino, as well as myself, Ian, and Jon answering D&D questions from the Twitter and Facebook TTRPG communities.
The theme was WorldBuilding and we managed to answer over a dozen question over an hour.
Listen and let us know what you think in the comments below, or on my Twitter.
1:45 Ian talks about playtesting his home campaign world, Bhakashal, and the D&D rules that go along with it
4:45 How Ian from Balck Dragon Games organises his multiple campaigns
7:50 Question: How to get started – start big or small? Questions from Alexthe MapMaker, Saxious, and NolaBert.
21:30 Free material to help you run your games.
With the thoughts of my easy word generator still ringing in my head, I thought I would put it to some use other than what I laid out in that blog post.
This time, I will use it to create a simple, yet useful, system you could use for any downtime you have between adventures.
In fact, you could easily generate mini-adventures using this system, as you will see.
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