On a rainy day in early February a few dozen roleplayers gathered for the very first Spaghetti ConJunction.
One of the easiest ways to spice up combat encounters is to add some real depth to them – literally.
A short, sweet little adventure, the Dragon’s Dinner is based on a session I put together for my regular home group.
I love intrigue, politics and drama, but sometimes it’s fun to kick back and relax with a dungeon crawl.
Should DMs pull their punches for the sake of the campaign, or stick to their guns and provide the players with natural consequences to their actions?