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Spell descriptions in D&D
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Spell descriptions in D&D. Making magic feel alive!

Spell descriptions in D&D are often hard to make magical. We all too often go to saying that ‘you cast x and the thing happens.’ So why not make spells more interesting? Spell descriptions in D&D can make spells personal, increase engagement, and increase roleplay from players if you make them interesting. We have already […]

Dealing with high-level spellcasters in D&D
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Dealing with high-level spellcasters in D&D

Dealing with high-level spellcasters in D&D is extremely hard for many DMs out there. When dealing with high-level spellcasters you have the problem that they can do anything. Dealing with high-level spellcasters in D&D requires you to understand not only the rules, but your world, and your universe. You should never just say no. The […]

Getting started in D&D
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Getting started in D&D

Many different articles just give a ‘this is D&D and getting started in D&D is easy. Play!’ That is extremely unhelpful and I am here to give you a a decent idea of where to start, what to do, and how to actually get started in D&D. Getting started in D&D requires that you get […]

D&D player traps
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D&D player traps.

In D&D player traps are very popular with rogues and other experienced players. They want to create their own traps all the time, but how would one do so, and what is allowed? There are guides for how to rule D&D player traps, but they are finicky and usually not necessary. Most player traps are […]

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Diversity in D&D: Wizards of the Coast is wrong!

Diversity in D&D has always existed and this article by Wizards about how they address diversity in D&D is completely wrong. Taking away evil in some of the races will completely change the world and make it less diverse. Diversity in D&D has always existed, and Wizards of the Coast’s stance of just getting rid […]