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Don’t Split the NewbieDM Minicast

December 13, 2017 by

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  Exciting news! The NewbieDM Minicast is joining the awesome “Don’t Split the Podcast Network”¬† of RPG and gaming podcasts! I’ve long wanted to return the Minicast in some way, shape, or form, and I’m glad to have found a home with the great folks at DSTPN. If you’ve never heard of the Minicast before, […]

Tomb of Annihilation day tracker

October 4, 2017 by

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If you’ve been following me or this blog for a while, you know I love creating things for my games. DIY has been a big part of D&D since the beginning, and I’ve always found that aspect of the hobby to be a fun one. As I was planning my Tomb of Annihilation campaign, (reviewed […]

NewbieDM Review: Tomb of Annihilation

September 30, 2017 by

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I’m going to get it out of the way before I even begin the review… I love Tomb of Annihilation. I think it is the best big adventure Wizards of the Coast has put out in the last decade, and it sets a high bar for future 5e adventures and stories. It’s 5e firing on […]

Changing the way I use tokens

September 22, 2017 by

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I’ve been looking at how I run my games lately. I’ve been thinking about minis, paper minis, and tokens, and what I want for my game and my table. Tomb of Annihilation has a SHIT LOAD of possible random encounters. It is a hex crawl after all…a damn good one, but a hex crawl nonetheless […]

Paper Minis!

August 31, 2017 by

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Everyone loves their minis. Everyone loves having a unique mini that represents their character, or in the case of DMs, that represents the monsters that the PCs will ultimately face. Even back in the old days, when I was a player in 1e or 2e games, we had minis there to represent marching order and […]

Star Wars cockpits for your digital tabletop game

January 18, 2017 by

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You know I love me some Star Wars gaming, right? I made these cockpits for use in roll20, as a way to make the digital tabletop a bit more immersive, and I thought I’d share them here. They live on a google folder, so I’ll be adding to it as I make more. Let me […]

Monster conversion: Sandman

September 11, 2016 by

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Here’s another monster conversion, this time the Sandman, which first appeared in 1e’s Fiend Folio, and was later taken into 2e’s Al Qadim setting in a boxed set called “Assassin Mountain”. The Sandman’s a simple monster, it’s an elemental made of sand who¬†basically puts people to sleep. In 2e, their lore was expanded and made […]