The crew has made it inside the Mountain door where they find orcs at every turn. First things first, can they make it across the bridge without falling?
Facing down a horde of orcs, the crew must find a way into the dwarven stronghold. Will they make it?
The crew has made it to the bottom of the citadel and have found the grove. Can they save the missing adventurers? Will they make it out alive? Thanks for following our Yawning Portal video series. If you want to get a copy of the book for yourself, click on the picture of the book!
Join us as we continue our trek through the Sunless Citadel, the first adventure in Tales from the Yawning Portal.
After several months of chasing, fighting, and seeing one of their own die, our party has completed their first campaign. It took us a bit to get going, and, at one point, I thought for sure the party was going to return to the safety of their home rather than fight the big boss –
Not long ago, Patrick posted about his campaign and how a certain Paladin ended up meeting his fate at the hands of the vampire, Strahd. Read the article here. The article points out how difficult it is to deal with character death, and actually how excited the player was that his character could finally go,
“Why aren’t we playing D&D?” That’s the question that was asked of me as we wrapped up our second play through of Castle Ravenloft, at The Forge Herald Game Center. Frankly, I had no answer. My response was some garbled mess of “because we don’t.” That didn’t bode well for the rest of the group.
Editor’s note: Going Behind the Screen is a series where an experienced role player tackles becoming a DM for the first time. You can read the first part of this series, here. by Cody Dube After weaving my story of the realm, it was time to get my players involved. I believe that no idea
By Cody Dube I have spent countless hours playing RPGs in my past – Shadowrun, Vampire: The Masquerade, and of course Dungeons and Dragons. Unfortunately, like many of us, the friends I played moved away as I grew up. I also made the leap and got married and had two children. With that, my time
I’ve been seeing a lot of posts about Min-Maxing lately, and there’s a lot of people all for it. I’m a numbers guy, so I can fully appreciate the time and effort it takes to create these works of art. I’ve seen players spend days creating the perfect character, thumbing through feats, planning out exactly