As I mused on the session during the ensuing weekend, I realized that I might have rediscovered some of the best dirty GMing tricks I’d read in small-press RPGs like Dread. Asking loaded question can indeed steer a player’s action.
Archives for March 2015
The Artificer stood before the Duke. She said she possessed a marvelous power. The Artificer knew the secret of crafting magic items in bulk. Instead of a single sword, the Artificer produced hundreds. No, thousands. In a short time.
The Guild of Artificers took their tale of the dungeon, the beholder, the three tragically dead heroes, and the wand’s creator and packaged into a story. A week later, they sold it to a most discerning collector for 40K gold.
Neither dragon nor God stood down. Now it was about principle. The war was on for incense.
Sir Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld series, passed away today at the age of 66, following a battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease.
New to D&D 5e and interested in a spellcasting character? Here’s what you need to know.
Let’s follow the money, the Halfling Thief said. Let’s follow the peppercorns. And we went east.
It was a great business idea. It would all work. Murder Hobo insurance was born.