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Jeremy Murphy
Dad, husband, geek. Player of tabletop and computer games.
Dad, husband, geek. Player of tabletop and computer games.

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Ah sweet Hexographer...

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Not QUITE a TPK...
But you could see one from there! I know my players read these, so I'm going to try to avoid campaign spoilers.  But there will be some. Last night the party, currently made up of: Loria the elf Ranger, Arnik the half-elf sorcerer, Merrin the halfling cleri...

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D&D With Kids Part 2: The Gates of Karak Norn
When we left our intrepid band of kid D&D players in the first episode of D&D With Kids , the party, Kriv the dragonborn fighter, Foxy the human druid and Adrak the elf rogue, along with their animal friend, Scruffy the wolf, were just entering the lower en...

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DM Lessons: Mea Culpa
I play a fairly house-ruled version of D&D 5e with lots of more old-school elements to it. One of the most noticeable elements is my  Modified XP and Levelling Rules . Different classes have different ways of turning treasure into XP, and carousing is a pre...

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DM Lessons: Random Tables
I use several random tables in our weekly D&D campaign. Often, the tables give me something interesting/funny to build on, but last night I had decidedly mixed results from the tables, so I thought it would be interesting to talk about that. In general, ra...

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The Lost Library of Calacorius 1: How it Happened.
Mages.  They're always messing around with things.  Stuff that you aren't supposed to mess with. Like gravity, or dimensions.  Fuckssakes, people, things are put in different dimensions for a REASON. This is, of course, the reason that Mages tend to have a ...

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DM Lessons: Improvisation Building Blocks
Sometimes, you can really force yourself to think on your feet if your players decide to do some investigating and look deeper than the surface of things. In our last Over the Seas and Far Away session, one of the players went off to his temple to inquire i...

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For those of you into Surrealist Art.

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D&D With Kids: Into the Northern Wilderness
D&D with Kids! Session 1: Adventures in the Northern Wilderness. The daughter and nephews are now all old enough to play D&D. So the 7, 9 and 14-year olds sat down with me on the weekend to play full-on 5e for the first time. We made characters first. The o...
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