Plot Holes or plot opportunity in our view! Are great opportunities for you to create new adventures for your players, and it allows you to adjust the story or adventure in a more dynamic approach that you may not even have thought of in the first place. So here’s our quick guide on what you can do to fix your plot holes in your stories, adventures and campaigns!
We take a first look at the latest book from Wizards of the Coast, Dungeons and Dragons Mythic Odysseys of Theros, a D&D5e Campaign and Setting adventure book where you can play Dungeons and Dragons within the Magic: The Gathering’s world of Theros, a realm shaped by Gods and heroes.
Would you want to interact with your character? Regardless if it is an ‘evil’ or ‘good’ character we show you three ticks to make your character likable, from capability, pro-activity, and sociability.
On the 25th of May at 1pm PST, or 8 pm GMT depending on which ocean you call home, the first LIVE stream episode of How to be a Great GM presents Ghosts of Saltmarsh – Call of the Kraken airs on the official D&D twitch channel; twitch.tv/dnd.
You’ve captured an npc.. and you job is to be a detective for an adventure.. so how exactly do you get your npc to spill the details? We look at how you can approach it and do it in a way that makes sense!
Chaotic Stupid, individuals that take the game on mechanical rails and not on a story perspective – where you let the mechanics get in the way and do things that make no sense just because you can.