Category Archives: D&D 5E

5E Adventure Review: Murder at the Stop

The Stop is a small town on the Trade Way as it nears Hillsfar. Life has been tough for the people of the Stop after the overthrow of the previous ruler of Hillsfar, and they haven’t been helped by the … Continue reading

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Running Tomb of Annihilation – Session 1

The memory cheats. It had been a week since our Session 0 where we created the characters for this session, and I’d ended the creation session with the description of the characters arriving in Chult. Except, now they weren’t. I … Continue reading

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5E Adventure Review – Bleeding Gate: Amalgamation

In the Forgotten Realms, there exists a secret society known as the Peacesmiths, with 47,417 members scattered over Faerun, which is run out of a small underground settlement no-one has heard of called Emudomier. What do they do? I don’t … Continue reading

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Running Tomb of Annihilation – Session 0

We’ve started running Tomb of Annihilation! Well, sort of! The first session of the campaign was what is occasionally referred to as a “Session 0”. It’s a session where the players create their characters, and everyone works out how they … Continue reading

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Tales of the Screen

I used the new Dungeon Master’s Screen (Reincarnated!) the other day. I referred to it about as much as I usually do – I looked at it once to find the distance a group of monsters started away from the … Continue reading

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Dungeon Master Tips: The Power of a Second Wave

As your players get more experienced, they get very good at destroying the monsters you set in front of them. Unless it’s a surprise attack, players are great at identifying the main targets and using their swords and spells to … Continue reading

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Preparing for Tomb of Annihilation

Tomb of Annihilation is a big book, isn’t it? It feels really heavy. I mean, it should weigh about the same as Storm King’s Thunder, but for some reason it feels heavier to me. Guess what I start running this … Continue reading

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5E Adventure Review – Ruins of Matolo: Discovery

Ruins of Matolo: Discovery is a short adventure by Cindy Moore for 5th-level characters. It is one of the initial Guild Adept releases on the DMs Guild. The adventure sends the characters into the jungle of Chult to discover the fate … Continue reading

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5E Adventure Review: Cellar of Death

The new Guild Adepts program from Wizards of the Coast and the DMs Guild has seen a few interesting products released to support Tomb of Annihilation. In the coming weeks, I’ll take a look at each of these products, but … Continue reading

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5E Adventure Review: A City on the Edge

The Tomb of Annihilation season of the D&D Adventurers League adventures begins with the player characters going to Chult on order of their factions – Harpers, Zhentarim, Order of the Gauntlet, Emerald Enclave and Lords’ Alliance – and quickly becoming … Continue reading

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