Category Archives: Rage of Demons

5E Adventure Review: Death on the Wall

The final Tier 1 adventure of the Rage of Demons series for the D&D Adventurers League is Death on the Wall, a two-hour scenario where the adventurers, through a series of unfortunate events, end up being the only ones who … Continue reading

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5E Adventure Review: Hillsfar Reclaimed

I’ve recently been rerunning the Tier 1 Rage of Demons D&D Adventurers League adventures. Hillsfar Reclaimed is the penultimate adventure in the series, and it does an excellent job of setting up the finale, while being an entertaining adventure in … Continue reading

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Running Out of the Abyss: Gauntlgrym

Life has been a bit crazy recently, with work, more work, and even more work conspiring to take me away from blogging and reviewing. However, with a few projects now on pause for a few days, I’m getting the chance … Continue reading

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5E Adventure Review: Journey Through the Center of the Underdark

Tony Petrecca’s Journey Through the Center of the Underdark is a collection of seven encounters designed to make Underdark travelling more exciting. They would be particularly valuable to any DM running Out of the Abyss, and several are written with … Continue reading

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D&D Expeditions Narratives

Have you ever wondered about what the background was on the adventures of the D&D Expeditions line? Now, you can find out! Travis Woodall, the D&D Adventurers League Content Manager, has uploaded three documents to the DMs Guild – one … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ashes of the Tyrant

Ashes of the Tyrant is the fifth book in Erin M. Evans Brimstone Angels series, which tells the tale of two twin tiefling sisters in the Forgotten Realms. Following on from Fire in the Blood, this tale sees the sisters … Continue reading

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Book Review: Archmage by R.A. Salvatore

Archmage is the opening book of the Homecoming series and the 28th book overall in the Legend of Drizzt. It’s also a book I enjoyed reading; a real relief after the slog that was Vengeance of the Iron Dwarf. The … Continue reading

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Updated Rage of Demons page

G’day, folks! I’ve finally updated my Rage of Demons page with the complete list of D&D Expeditions being held this season. I hope it’s all correct – some of the values seem to have moved about. I’ve also uploaded a … Continue reading

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What to play after finishing the D&D Starter Set

It is fair to say that the D&D Starter Set adventure, “The Lost Mine of Phandelver”, is a good adventure. I’m currently running it for the third time, and my players are doing things my other groups haven’t done. It’s … Continue reading

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An Introduction to the Forgotten Realms: Gods of Hillsfar and Elventree

The third season of the D&D Adventurers League is just starting. The D&D Expeditions games this year are set around the city-state of Hillsfar, a port city on the Moonsea. The official DDAL page has a great article about the … Continue reading

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