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Recipe for Adventure Design

Homebrew Adventure for busy gamemasters and homeschool parents   Time is a commodity and I hope to show you a simple adventure design to inspire you to prepare less for your tabletop roleplaying games. If you are a busy gamemaster, … Continue reading Recipe for Adventure Design

Team Building and Storytelling with Dungeons and Dragons – a dungeon master challenge

Dungeons and Dragons is a Team Game of Collaborative Storytelling I encountered this question on @twitter the other day and wanted to write my response. In my opinion, challenge ratings in ttrpgs have nothing to do with the monster, but … Continue reading Team Building and Storytelling with Dungeons and Dragons – a dungeon master challenge

How to Improve your Worldbuilding

Definition of Verisimilitude Check out the word verisimilitude! In fact, to improve your storytelling, you should study literary terms regularly and you’ll be surprised how often you already use them in your Dungeons and Dragons games. Verisimilitude means “it appears real.” When playing games and telling stories, if you keep your fantasy world consistent, then 99% of the time your table will enjoy a realistic roleplaying experience. If you would like more examples of how to improve your world building, then browse through the 11 signs of life. You may have had to study these for a biology exam, and … Continue reading How to Improve your Worldbuilding