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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 […]

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 […]

Dungeon Tiles: Shadowghast Manor

December 12, 2011 by

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WOTC has released their latest Dungeon Tiles set, Shadowghast Manor.  This set is certainly nice to look at, it’s basically a large manor or mansion, with the underground catacombs for it on the flip side.  I think that owning two sets of this would probably get you more use out of it though. The tiles […]

Star Wars d6 via Maptool

October 9, 2011 by

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The other night I played in a Star Wars d6 game (run by Mark Meredith of Dice Monkey) via Google+ Hangouts.  Since I have an older PC, the experience for me was less than stellar, as G+ Hangouts uses webcams, audio, filesharing, and it all hogs too much of my resources.  Afterwards I mentioned to […]

GM worksheets for Dragon Age

March 10, 2011 by

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I originally posted this article and the accompanying sheets over at the Dragon Age Oracle blog, but wanted to bring them over here as well.  I hope someone gets some use out of them, and enjoys their old school look and flavor.   I recently got my hands on the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon […]

NPC Tracker cards

December 29, 2009 by

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I was talking to one of my players today, and he casually mentioned that sometimes there were too many NPC’s to remember in my game, and note taking is not their thing… so I decided to come up with npc cards. These are simple to use.  The Photoshop version has a “hole” where the portrait […]