How to describe a room or Scene in Dungeons & Dragons

====== Sight Dimension of the room. Light and Light sources. Visible Doors, Stairs and Exits. Major Structures or Features. ( Pillars, Dias, Pedestals, Statues, Pit, Chasm, Stream, Lava ). Furniture. ( Tables, Chairs, Cabinets, Torture Implements ) ====== Smell Rotten Flesh, Perfume Aroma, Cooked Meat, Baked Bread ====== Hear Dripping water, Hissing Fire, Moans or […]? →Read more

Moander – The Darkbringer, the Jawed God, the Rotting God, the Great Dread God

Moander’s Titles: The Darkbringer, the Jawed God, the Rotting God, the Great Dread God Moander’s Symbol: An upright male human right hand, fingers outstretched, with a open human female fanged mouth, lips parted as though speaking, set in its palm Background Moander was an ancient god of rot, corruption, and decay who had been banished […]? →Read more

The Sorrow Of Grimstone (D&D 5e Christmas Adventure)

(Designed for 5-6 players at level 5) Background Far to the north, the small mining town of Grimstone survives long, cold and dark winters. When the nights are longest, the people of Grimstone light up the night with candles, songs and the exchange of gifts during The Pelznickel Feast. A celebration named after the mysterious Pelznickel, […]? →Read more

Out of the Blight – Dungeon Master’s Guide

Introduction: In books and the songs of bards passed down over generations are tales of heroes that fought against the darkness. These tales of adventure fill children’s dreams and imaginations with thoughts of honorable paladins in shining armor and powerful wizards wielding magic in an attempt to rid the world of dark forces. When children […]? →Read more

The Horrors at Castle Kilgore – Level 5 Adventure (5e)

Introduction “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is of the unknown.” – H.P. Lovecraft You and your crew are Adventurers and are well known for your heroism. Many of the locals and nearby towns hire you to deal with the things that only you […]? →Read more