Want a sneak peak at what we’ve been working on these past few weeks? Take a look at the first four pages of a new adventure – The Gibbering Mine.
Month: March 2016
Monster – Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf
Ravenloft is upon us, which means it’s time to break out the spooky monsters. And what could be spookier than an appearance from Actual Cannibal Shia LaBeouf?
Spell of the Day – Antimagic Field
Magic is both the glue that holds the D&D universe together and the grease that lets some of it’s weirder aspects spin without getting gummed up by the grit of reality. Being able to just turn it off – even in a limited area – is therefore incredibly, unbelievably powerful.
Spell of the Day – Antilife Shell
Antilife Shell is one of the few spells that sounds much cooler than it is in practise. From its name you may expect it to be a tool of necromantic terror and destruction, but in reality it’s not much more than a rather niche magical barrier. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with magical barriers, especially…
Spell of the Day – Animate Objects
Who knew that those broomsticks from The Sorcerer’s Apprentice could be so incredibly deadly? Going by the rules of Animate Objects one of them should have been able to beat Mickey to death within a couple of turns.
We Could be Heroes
A good DM should be prepared for their players to do the unexpected; to drop a chandelier your villain before they can even start the monologue, or get distracted and spend three hours shopping. However, there’s one thing they can do that is almost impossible to prepare for or even improvise around – they can…