Tag Archives: d&d

A Derngern Fer Yer

Here’s some D&D news you can use.  It’s a dungeon featuring a couple of guardian spiders and four of the nastiest little goblins you’ve ever met.  The set up is that the goblins snuck into the PCs camp and did … Continue reading

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Oh Lawd, She Comin!

I’m sorry to have to tell you this, but your hobby’s ongoing fight against cancer isn’t going well.  Dr. E. Reagan has forty years as a subculture on-call oncologist, and he’s seen it before.  Things might have gotten better naturally, but … Continue reading

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Republican Up Your Next Module With This One Weird Trick

If you want to inject a little counter-cultural street cred into your next store-bought or independent module, have I got the trick for you.  Just replace all of the 1HD monsters with the following cretins: It’s also worth noting that … Continue reading

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Waiting For the Bubble To Pop

What do you think?  Two years? Remember kids: Girl D&D is Fake D&D.  It’s a perversion of the wargame cake with RP frosting added in post-production.  It’s all frosting with a few crumbs to maintain the semblance of respectability.  That … Continue reading

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Secrets of my Nethers

Autarch’s Secrets of the Nethercity has fewer secrets these days.  I backed the Kickstarter for this dungeon, and you still can too.  And you’ll probably want to after you see a few choice pieces of full color artwork by Michael … Continue reading

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New WotC Setting Speculation

Wiz-tards of the Coast announced a new setting book will be released in 2019, a book that they have not created that is for a D&D setting.  Whatever that means. That’s it.  The rest of the clickbait article is the … Continue reading

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On Thieves

But not literally.  Not since my second marriage, anyway.  Hey-O! My OSR games take a bit of a hybrid approach to the extra list of thief skills. Anyone can hide.  Anyone can climb sheer surfaces.  Anyone can search for traps.  … Continue reading

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