Last week I shared 5e DnD Class Cards I’d created to help teach character creation to some new players. Some folks asked for race cards too. So here they are!
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DnD Class Cards
To help teach D&D to some friends, I created a set of Class Cards. It’s nothing fancy, but since I did the work, now you don’t have to!
Homebrew by Way of “Borrowing” Pre-Written Content
When it comes to creating D&D adventures, my preferred method is homebrewing by melding together elements from pre-written adventures. Like an artist creating a sculpture from junk yard trash.
The Faye Stuffed: Adorable Companions for Young Adventurers
In a world of Dungeons and Dragons, it’s dangerous to go alone. For the young solo adventurer, or small adventuring party, I present a new companion to aid you on your quest: The Faye Stuffed Stuffy.
The Quest Not Taken
When the players return to the job board or quest giving NPC, they will find quests previously offered no longer available. So What happens to the quests not taken?
Choosing a TTRPG to Play with Kids
I routinely see posts by parents looking for a game to introduce their kids to D&D. They receive a lot of recommendation for systems designed specifically for kids. Is this the best option?
How to Plan a Shorter D&D Session for Kids
A DnD session with adults typically runs 4+ hours. For kids you will want to plan for a much shorter session. Here is how to do that.
Give the Players What They Want
Recently I DMed a couple of sessions, one for a group of kids and another for adults, where I did something I’d never rally done before. It’s a little thing but I thought I’d share as I think this is generally good advice for any group. The advice is simply: ask the players what theyContinue reading “Give the Players What They Want”