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Clever Cantrip Uses : Prestidigitation (DnD 5E)

Huh? What is this word? “Presto!” like from a magical demonstration, which means to be quick. Mix this with “digit” as in your fingers. Together they mean a fancy illusion … Continue reading Clever Cantrip Uses : Prestidigitation (DnD 5E)

Which Paladin Oath should you pick? (DnD 5E)

You are to become a knight. Your powerful lord stands before you, reciting an oath that you repeat, committing yourself to the tenets. From now on, you are not a … Continue reading Which Paladin Oath should you pick? (DnD 5E)

Clever Cantrip Uses : Minor Illusion (DnD 5E)

Minor Illusion has got to be the most versatile cantrip in all of Dungeons and Dragons. I remember back when I first started playing D&D that I felt like the … Continue reading Clever Cantrip Uses : Minor Illusion (DnD 5E)

Which Ranger archetype should you pick? (DnD 5E)

Camouflaged, they move through the thickets and brushes of the wild, guiding their allies or tracking their enemies. Rangers are the insightful and skillful agents of their realms, from underworlds … Continue reading Which Ranger archetype should you pick? (DnD 5E)

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