I’ve written on the five-room dungeon before. I’ve also talked about my use of prop theory as an aid in Mini-Dungeon design. If memory serves, I’ve even penned a diatribe explicitly titled “Introduction to Adventure Writing” in Adventure Chronicle Magazine issue #3. So instead of telling you about my process for writing Mini-Dungeons all over again, I want to tell you about my office.
Tales from the Tabletop caption contest is posted every Friday. Here’s last week’s winner, courtesy of MightyStoned!
Eons ago, funglets first pioneered harvesting mushrooms as a viable building material in the Underworld. Continue reading 5E Crafting Materials
You have some money, and it is burning a hole in your pocket! What might you spend it on now that you are in this bustling town with its vibrant market? Continue reading Ready Reckoner: Quick Purchase System
Tales from the Tabletop caption contest is posted every Friday. Here’s last week’s winner, courtesy of Leluwani.
“Acanthus’s Conundrums” is a weekly post giving you a puzzle and three riddles to use in your roleplaying game. Each one has an historic solution but be generous to your players if they suggest a reasonable equivalent answer, especially to the riddles. These diversions are not meant to cause disagreements or slow the adventure down. Continue reading Acanthus’s Conundrums #16: Puzzles & Riddles for RPGs