Cheating in D&D is not spoken about much but I think it is fair to say we have all cheated at some point. Most experience players will not do the blatant cheating of adding magic items to their character sheet or sticking 0’s on the end of their GP total.
As a GM, the fantasy creatures you add to your gaming sessions are your characters and for this reason probably the most important aspect of the game as well as the one that can give you the most pleasure. In practice and as a player, I’ve seen even the best
Coming up with plausible names for characters, NPCs and even the villages, towns and cities in a scenario or campaign can be a bit of a bind. I love to think I have a creative mind but I often go blank when faced with this challenge. When you think about
Dice in D&D are a life or death matter so what are best dice and how do you get the best from your dice? What Are The Dice in D&D? Platonic Solids and Trapezohedra A platonic solid is one where each face is made up of equal sides and angles
What Do We Mean By Evil? D&D’s concept of alignment has always been a decisive idea. It allows clear cut game mechanics such as Protection from Evil spells and the Turning Undead ability that mimic the effects found in fantasy and horror fiction. But it has always been problematic whenever
Mudbunny has some useful advice: 0. Do NOT under any circumstances whatsoever tempt fate. 1. When it appears that you have killed the monster, NEVER check to see if it’s really dead. 2. Never read a book of demon summoning aloud, even as a joke. 3. Do not search the