Stretch your creative muscles and amuse yourself on Twitter.

Here is the pitch…

Twitterville is a busy town in a generic D&D world. Can you create an NPC and adventure hook in just 140 characters? Here is my first attempt.

#Twitterville – Olaf, blacksmith on Ferry Lane, never buys coal but the forge is always hot. Marks on his anvil might be occult symbols.

This is a lot hard than it looks because of the 140 character limitations.

Try it yourself. If you include the #Twitterville hash tag I can identify them and include them into a blog post for idea hungry GMs.


  1. It was a dark and stormy night as the twins Tomb & Domb carried the head of the Platinum Dragon, Bahamut, into the monastery

  2. If people could actually post to this thread from Twitter you’d probably get about 50 entries a day!

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