DM's Tips, News, Rules & Mechanics

The Lich in Dungeons & Dragons – excerpt from Larloch’s Lexicon of Lichdom

I stumbled across a post on Reddit a while back. It was a simple, one-sentence question, somewhere along the lines of: Can anyone become a lich? Pretty innocuous question, but it got me thinking. And thinking. And thinking so much I decided to write a whole damn book about it, which is being publishing today:… Continue reading The Lich in Dungeons & Dragons – excerpt from Larloch’s Lexicon of Lichdom

DM's Tips

Running published adventures – how to run official 5E D&D campaigns

Each year, WotC publishes an official adventure for fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. Some are adventure anthologies with several smaller adventures, such as Tales of the Yawning Portal or Ghosts of Saltmarsh, while others are entire campaigns, like Curse of Strahd, Waterdeep: Dragon Heist, and Baldur's Gate: Descent into Avernus. These official adventures are aimed… Continue reading Running published adventures – how to run official 5E D&D campaigns

Review, Rules & Mechanics

Mythic Odysseys of Theros – Races and Subclasses Review

The newest D&D sourcebook, Mythic Odysseys of Theros dropped on DNDBeyond.com this week. Greek mythology has always fascinated me, so while I haven't done sourcebook reviews before, I felt like this would be a good time to start. Because I have no interest in running a game in a Magic the Gathering-setting, I'll focus on… Continue reading Mythic Odysseys of Theros – Races and Subclasses Review

Descent Into Avernus, Maps

Free Avernus Dungeondraft map!

If you ever frequent Reddit's various D&D-subreddits, you've probably heard about Dungeondraft. It's a really cool piece of mapmaking software with a very affordable pricetag (19.95$). Anyway, I downloaded it, played around with it a little, and came up with an additional Avernus encounter map. It's nothing fancy, but it was quick to make –… Continue reading Free Avernus Dungeondraft map!