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‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 13

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 13

As Baräsh crossed the threshold of the church he turned and saw Kevon in the vampire’s clutches. Strahd’s focus was now entirely upon the tiefling, his mouth open revealing two sharp extended incisors that closed around Kevon’s neck. He did not struggle as Strahd drained his blood. Read More

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 5

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 5

We were in a dark crypt below the church. The stairs leading back had been covered in a magical grease, the fighter was feeling the effects of bad cheese poisoning, there was a wild magic storm going on. What’s more, our enemy seemed to hardly have suffered any damage at all. We were on the ropes … Read More

Games as a Priority

Games as a Priority

We can say family time is important, but look at your schedule to find out where your priorities truly lie. It doesn’t take a lot of time or effort to play table-top games with your kids, and the pay-off is close family bonds. Read More

‘Storm King’s Thunder’ — A Brobdingnagian ‘D&D’ Adventure

‘Storm King’s Thunder’ — A Brobdingnagian ‘D&D’ Adventure

The Ordning is broken, the King of the Storm Giants is missing, and the six Giant races are in a battle for supremacy. Unfortunately for the citizens of the Sword Coast, giants care little for the lives of “little folk.” Can your heroes travel to the North and restore order to the Giant kingdoms before the little folk are wiped out? Read More

Passing the Everburning Torch

Passing the Everburning Torch

Recently my son and his friends sat down to play ‘Dungeons & Dragons.’ This isn’t a new thing–they’ve played before. And these aren’t new friends–these kids have known each other since elementary school. They joined Cub Scouts together, and, when they were old enough, decided against joining one of the larger troops in the area and asked me to help them form their own troop. They also, in the past, have asked me to be their Dungeon Master. Read More