Tag Archives: dnd

1
Jun

Group Beta #27 — Jar Heads: Part 1

30
May

Soundtrack Smorgasbord

You want to add a little musical magic to your games in the form of background tunes, but you don’t know where to start? Stay a while, and listen! The Obsidian Portal Research Department (one guy who spends way too much time online) has you covered! Below are all the basics to boost your Lo-Fi games into immersive experiences, in stereo.

 

 

 

26
May

Group Beta #26 — The Sandworm

21
May

What’s In a Market?

Usually, a trip into town during a roleplaying session means downtime, scouring the books for the next item to buy, and maybe a quick snack-break before the next leg of the adventure. But what happens when you or one of your players wants to explore the bazaar before battling on? A little primer into such a profitable precinct is in order!

14
May

Rates of Ruin

Ruins factor prominently in tales of adventure – they are exotic locations that tell a story of fate and inevitability – they have elements of familiarity, failure, and abandonment. The mood is set by such a setting. But modern world-builders have little experience with ruination outside of the occasional un-mowed lawn, urban blight, ramshackle shed, or museum visit. The main question is: how fast does decay happen?

13
May

Group Beta #24 — Cruise

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