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  1. Blogging the Apocalypse - Part 4

    The party has dealt the cultists a serious blow by taking out the earth and water temples. But they are about to discover that the threat is far from over!

    This post contains spoilers for the Wizards of the Coast adventure Princes of the Apocalypse...

    You have been warned!


    After some thrilling battles in the Temple of the Crushing Wave, the heroes return to Red Larch for some well-deserved rest. Early the next morning, they are awakened by a commotion in the ...

    Updated Today at 11:22 by leozelig

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  2. Blogging the Apocalypse - Part 3

    With the Haunted Keeps defeated, the adventurers take the fight underground. In this post, we explore the ruins of Tyar-Besil.

    This post contains spoilers for the Wizards of the Coast adventure Princes of the Apocalypse.

    You have been warned...


    I really wanted to avoid another foray into one of the higher-level areas, so the aarakocra tried to direct the heroes towards the entrance to the air temple. But two of the PCs were on a mission to rescue a girl named ...

    Updated September 11th, 2019 at 03:33 by leozelig

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  3. Blogging the Apocalypse - Part 2

    In my last post, I discussed how to set the stage for the adventure Princes of the Apocalypse. In this installment, I reveal how my players unearthed the haunted keeps as the adventure leads them deep into the Sumber Hills.

    This post contains spoilers for the Wizards of the Coast adventure Princes of the Apocalypse. You have been warned...

    By now, the characters should be armed with a lead or two to help them with their initial search for the missing Mirabar delegation. ...

    Updated September 11th, 2019 at 03:24 by leozelig

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  4. Blogging the Apocalypse - Part 1

    I recently ran a group of 5 players through the D&D 5e adventure Princes of the Apocalypse on Fantasy Grounds, and due to the non-linear nature of the module, I thought a recap would be useful to DMs thinking of running this.

    We played once a week for 3 hours and finished the adventure in about 11 months. I chose to start at level 3 because I was worried that my players would lose interest in the series of introductory quests (Adventure in Red Larch), which strike me as random and ...

    Updated August 3rd, 2019 at 14:20 by leozelig

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  5. The most valuable lesson I have learned from Dice, Camera, Action!

    Dice, Camera, Action! is a livestream of D&D's latest storylines run by Dungeon Master extraordinaire Chris Perkins. The show airs every Tuesday at 4 pm PT on the D&D Twitch channel and is also available on YouTube. Chris Perkins is an amazing DM, and the players really bring their characters to life, so check it out if you haven't already!

    After more than 80 episodes, the show has served up a number of gems for mass consumption: colorful (if short-lived) NPCs, quirky ...

    Updated March 10th, 2018 at 05:34 by leozelig

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