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Level Up Your RP Game

So you’ve seen the people role-playing on Critical Role and you’re intimidated. You can’t quite find your character’s voice. You feel embarrassed to try to do accents and fear being … Continue reading Level Up Your RP Game

Rome to Your RPG: History of Paladins

Covered in metal, painted with symbols of religion and country, all while brandishing dangerously edged weapons or massive clubs. What better way to parade justice or the strength of an … Continue reading Rome to Your RPG: History of Paladins

Steps to Scenario Design

There are countless ways to design a scenario for a role-playing game like Dungeons & Dragons (D&D), and it can be intimidating to new DMs to try and figure out … Continue reading Steps to Scenario Design

Level Up Your D&D Romance

DM: “The air is brisk and the night skies are clear enough to view the stars. With your insight check, you notice that she’s standing a little bit closer to … Continue reading Level Up Your D&D Romance

Six NPCs Your Campaign Should Have

Any time I’m wondering what characters I should add to a story, I look to the archetypes to give inspiration. In a game like Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), the main … Continue reading Six NPCs Your Campaign Should Have

Wild History of Rangers

Rangers are just a bunch of hunters, animals lovers, and park officers, aren’t they? Where could the history in this class really go? I originally thought that this would be … Continue reading Wild History of Rangers

Tricks to Narrating

Before you is a long body of text, which seems to outline the various ways to approach storytelling. There are so many words. The light from the screen pulls your … Continue reading Tricks to Narrating