Article (Inn Generator) F rom Dragon Magazine #418: You’ve spent hours on the perfect dungeon, your monsters are all particularly devious and cleverly placed, and your adventure plot is practically Shakespearean in its genius. You’ve thought of everything. Your players are eager to see what you’ve come up with. The first order of the session is to have the characters meet, and nowhere in the D&D cosmos do chance meetings that lead to adventures occur more often than at the inn. Everything goes well, the characters have agreed to the task at hand, and then a player asks, “What’s good to eat here?”
The History of Dungeons & Dragons Computer Games Video games were my introduction to Dungeons & Dragons, specifically SSI’s Pool of Radiance. Playing this game led me to purchase the original Red Box Set and guided me down the path to playing D&D. With the announcement of Neverwinter I started thinking about all of the D&D computer games that have been released. I’ve always felt that D&D having a digital presence through computer games is a great way to expand the presence of the brand. So you want to make an MMORPG? - a knol by Josh Aurich Some people, such as myself, have spent a good deal of time trying to find more information about MMORPGs, how they work, and most importantly, how to make one. I have found the answers to my questions and I thought I would share them with the world. Below is a basic table of contents of what I will be going over in this Knol. I. What is an MMORPG?
Wulgreth (Ascalhorn) Wulgreth was an Ascalhi wizard, consorted with baatezu in defiance of the ancient pact his ancestors had made with the Eaerlanni elves to abandon the dark arts of the Netherese. Wulgreth of Ascalhorn bested his rivals for six decades because of the help of his baatezu. In turn, his rivals summoned the aid of tanar'ri for their own defense, which killed the baatezu, conquered all of Ascalhorn (which then became known as Hellgate Keep), and overran the elven kingdom of Eaerlann and the dwarven kingdom of Ammarindar, destroying them both. This occurred in 882 DR, the Year of the Curse. In 883 DR, the Year of the Giant’s Oath, the Ascalhi Wulgreth fled to the ruins of Karse, along with his man-at-arms, Jhingleshod the Iron Axeman. Wulgreth intended to exact his revenge against the demons by raising an army of undead from the ruins of Karse.
Words In The DarkWords In The Dark If you check out Obsidian Portal on your mobile device, you may get a bit of a shock. Instead of just being the regular site scrunched up onto the screen, you’ll see that it now fits nicely with no zooming and scrolling. We’ve heard your calls for a better mobile version and now we’re getting there. Rather than recreate the entire site, we tried to focus on the core elements of what you need at the table to run a session.
Jhingleshod Description Edit He was covered from head to toe in exotic plate mail and draped himself in an old forest green tunic and cloak. Riddles- Part 3 This is part of a 3-part article dealing with riddles in an rpg adventure. Part 1 deals with incorporating riddles into an adventure whereby the solution is specific to the adventure. Part 2 is more generic, providing riddles for general use as opposed to a specific use. Part 3 talks about finding new riddles and even provides a way to create your own original riddles.
D&D Sports Imagine the modern world, but populated by the classic Dungeons & Dragons races: Humans, Dwarves, Elves, etc. Now: Imagine professional sports. What races would excel at various sports? Which ones would they enjoy? Of course, hockey would be a Dwarven sport. ∆SpiderCraft!! [30 Slot!:PvP:Admin needed:Factions:iConomy]∆ Ign: sem785 Age: 16 soon to be 17 Do you think you could create some cool things to this server? I can create dungeons, castles, the casual stuff. Do you think you could spend some time on this server and even tell some other people about this? I can spend alot of time if i want to, but it needs to be a fun experience aswell
UA:Variant Rules Introduction Warning: Get Ready to drink from the fire hose. Unearthed Arcana exposes you to more variant rules and alternative methods of gaming than anyone can hope to use in a single campaign.