Last Stand at Camp Starfall is the campy fun horror adventure that every DM needs to have in their arsenal! Perfect for Halloween or any dark and stormy night, it combines horror, sci-fi, and wacky monsters. I summon some of my love for the Aliens movies and a couple of my favorite monsters.
The DnD Miniature Collection Tracker allows you to track your DDM or Icons of the Realms miniature collection. It provides set information for all DDM and Wizkids minis. It will also sum up your collection and let you know how many minis you still need for a complete collection.
You can find miniatures craft articles on miniature basing, creating silt sea tentacles, creating AoE templates, and more by following the miniatures category.
Dark Sun Index
This post provides an index to all of my articles on the Dark Sun campaign setting. You may also click on tags to see posts specific to individual campaigns, such as my Dark Sun campaign, Crown of Sorrow, or the Ashes of Athas organized play campaign. You can request all of the Ashes of Athas adventures through my Contact page.
Tools and Techniques for DMs
The Props tag can be useful for finding physical things you can introduce to your game to make it better or fun. This includes Table or Initiative Tents, a Chaos Change Deck, ideas on using miniatures or terrain in play, blank Gamma World cards, and more.
This article provides a gallery of poster maps – useful if you have many of these and want to quickly select one, or if you want to know where to find and buy products with great maps. I also link to galleries maintained by others.
The DM Advice category captures articles that discuss DMing techniques. Adventure authors may benefit from the Authoring tag.
Looking for advice on converting classic adventures to 5E? The Conversions tag can help.
Support your FLGS… Otherwise, support me!
When I mention products available on D&D Classics or Amazon, I use my affiliate links. My preferred choice is that you buy products from your Favorite Local Gaming Store. But, if you can’t for some reason, if you click on the link and buy something (even something else), I get a tiny bit of credit. I then apply that credit to future purchases! I’ve been able to get some great products this way, including products I wrote (because, no, companies don’t always give us a free digital version, beyond the initial ones we see during the project). Here are a few of my all-time favorite products:
- You can see everything I’ve written on DnDClassics here. You can find my Adventurers League adventure, The Howling Void, here.
- You can buy the entire Elemental Evil season adventure and rules bundle, supporting me and my favorite adventure writers!
- Favorite module of all time? I3 Pharaoh for its tone, setting, and imaginative trap-filled rooms. The whole series rocks and you can save a bundle… on the bundle of all three!
- Best bundle that isn’t Desert of Desolation? The U-series brings easy-to-run and easy-to-convert fun, including underwater! The C-Competition series has some real finds, including the excellent and mind-bending Lost Island of Castanamir! Other bundles worth considering are the Giants-Drow series or all 12 B-Basic adventures.
- Module you should not die without running at least once? Temple of Elemental Evil! A classic that still resonates long after it was written.
- Best campaign world setting? 4E’s Dark Sun Campaign Setting – it was a really tough task to combine all the lore from so many previous projects and they did it fantastically. My favorite old sourcebook is Veiled Alliance – it walks through every city-state’s culture, politics, architecture, and more! Fury of the Wastewalker is a fun adventure, though my favorite battlemap is of a massive arena and comes in Bloodsand Arena.
- Best cheap 5E rules: The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion. Races, spells, class features, and more.
- Best city adventure? 5E’s Murder in Baldur’s Gate takes many previous urban-centric efforts and finally delivers a cool story, DM guidance, and still allows for improvisation. The gold standard for a city setting is Ptolus.
- Best pre-5E monster book? I love Monster Vault: Threats to the Nentir Vale, but the Dark Sun Creature Catalog has 4E’s best foe stats, coolest powers, and best flavor.
- Best setting/adventure sourcebooks? 4E’s Neverwinter. Plenty of lore, but with a supreme focus on making it useful for the DM. The rules are specific to the setting, adding to it and helping immerse the player into the city.
- Favorite 3E adventure or best Adventure Path: Aside from Living Greyhawk adventures or Dungeon magazine’s Age of Worms, I have to go with Expedition to the Ruins of Castle Greyhawk.
- Best 2E adventure? Best TPK? Vecna Lives! is a lot of fun, over-the-top, guarantees a TPK in the first session (there’s a catch, and it’s fun), and has great advice for running horror adventures.