MapSmyth Modular Maps

Hey everyone, this week I wanted to talk a little about LoreSmyth's current editions of their MapSmyth Modular Battlemaps for any High Fantasy Tabletop RPG, and also give you all a heads up on the newest upcoming edition called Nekhaton. So let me introduce you to what exactly these modular packs are, what they include, and how…Read more MapSmyth Modular Maps

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Encounters in the Savage Cities- D&D5e Supplement Review

Encounters in the Savage Cities is a collection of 26 short and unique encounters to bring to your table for D&D5e.  This collection has been put together by a collective of amazing writers of the Dungeon Masters Guild: Jeff C. Stevens, Phil Beckwith, Benoit de Bernardy, Chris Bissette, M.T. Black, Ken Carcas, Alex Clippinger, Glen…Read more Encounters in the Savage Cities- D&D5e Supplement Review

How to create a sandbox! (Shared)

Fantastic Blog Post by Spaghetti & RPG explaining ways to run a Sandbox “Living World” RPG. I have always wanted to try it myself, and this would be my go to for going about it. Give it a read and a like!

(Featured Image Pic by Blazbaros)

Spaghetti & RPGs

The Sandbox: the most desireable achievement for a GM and the most feared, but wanted sort of game in a pen-and-paper RPG. First let’s start with the question: “What’s a Sandbox?”. According to techopedia the definition of Sandbox is:

“A sandbox is a style of game in which minimal character limitations are placed on the gamer, allowing the gamer to roam and change a virtual world at will. In contrast to a progression-style game, a sandbox game emphasizes roaming and allows a gamer to select tasks. Instead of featuring segmented areas or numbered levels, a sandbox game usually occurs in a “world” to which the gamer has full access from start to finish. A sandbox game is also known as an open-world or free-roaming game.”

A player free to do anything He wants can end up by doing nothing.

I kinda like this definition and I think it explains quite…

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GATEWAY RPG- Now a Free Google Play Application

Just wanted to leave a quick update that Gateway- The Free Tabletop d20 RPG (That is based alot on the basic D&D5e rules) is now available through Google Play! It is completely Ad Free as well! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appspotr.id_935537246797301410 Veteran Game Masters- this is your chance to introduce those people we all have in our lives who…Read more GATEWAY RPG- Now a Free Google Play Application

The Great Big Random d100 of Curses (D&D5e)

Happy Monday my fellow Adventurers! This week I wanted to create another D100 list of things that I feel are limited or missing for D&D5e games.  One such thing that I noticed is that there didn't seem to be enough Curses in the rule-books or from official sources outside of cursed items.  So I thought…Read more The Great Big Random d100 of Curses (D&D5e)

The Chapel on the Cliffs- New D&D5e Module Review

Hey guys, I know it has been a few long weeks since I last posted a blog post.  But this week I wanted to give my spoiler free review of the upcoming adventure module "The Chapel on the Cliffs". Synopsis: "The Chapel on the Cliffs" by Goblin Stone ,written by Benoit de Bernardy and Joseph Crawford,…Read more The Chapel on the Cliffs- New D&D5e Module Review

“Being a Digital Dungeon Master” (Shared)

Hey everyone, I thought I would share a fellow blogger's really insightful post on what it is like to be a "Digital Dungeon Master". It goes into some of the things to consider when looking to take on this challenge yourself.  It also may make those that play on the Virtual Tabletops appreciate what the DM/GM goes…Read more “Being a Digital Dungeon Master” (Shared)