D&D finally grants players the keys to their castle… and the means to keep the castle relevant even while they adventure.
Here’s how to create vivid downtime scenes that engage your players and feel like part of a larger story they get to shape.
Downtime has improved, leaving the core books behind. Learn where to find the latest rules for downtime activities.
Why do we need downtime in our game? How will it make our game awesome? The first in a series of articles making the most out of the D&D rules for downtime.
Critical Role, the acclaimed and influential livestream series, showcases how a campaign can create emotional invested players. Find out how to create emotionally rich play in your campaign.
Cinematic montages bring blockbuster action to your adventures. Learn when and how to bring the camera into your game!
Published 5E D&D campaigns, including the new Tomb of Annihilation, provide the players and DM with a ton of possible content to use. This technique allows us to find out what our players want and create a memorable campaign before the first die is rolled!
In the final session of our Numenera WondLa campaign, the very essence of each character affects the exciting outcome!
The penultimate session of our WondLa Numenera campaign! Ancient human ruins may provide the secrets to humanity’s fate and the reason for they were raised in a hidden sanctuary.
What is more alien than being surrounded by strange plants, creatures, and cities… and finding out you might be the real alien?
It can be hard in a sci-fi RPG to figure out how the players should react to the setting. What wondrous elements should be commonplace, and which should evoke wonder? Tony DiTerlizzi’s The Search for WondLa has a great answer.