DM Vincent sits down with TSR’s Jean Wells, as she answers some much wondered questions about the infamous B3 Module the Palace of the Silver Princess, and why the module was redone. Jean also tells about her time at TSR and what happened afterwards in her life. So sit back and relax, enjoy the interview.
As a homage to the Dungeons & Dragons Cartoon (covered in Adventure 3) I’ve created what I consider the specific magical properties of the kid’s weapons. Please feel free to comment on them and let me know if I’ve missed anything. 😉 Bow of True Aim +3 Bow The Bow of True Aim appears as
The Trio reach down in the mail bag this week and read off a bunch of letters. Awesome thank for those! Then they fall down into a random dungeon, and decide, did they bring the right equipment with them? Mike didn’t 🙂 Then in Random Encounters they speak about the Dungeon Ecology, or the Zoo
The Secret DM™ discusses his very first gaming experience…
Hey folks, listen in as the crew talks about their week in gaming. Then jump into how should a DM treat “leathality” in their campaign. Randon Encounters is a big giant mess as the host go over ways you can play Jellies in your campaign. Ending the night with a review of Blood Moon Rising!
Hey folks, thanks for joining us again, as the crew chats about their week in gaming, and then goes over the combat system. They compare each box set side by side. Then talk about the often under used NPC Parties, ending the show with a review of Fight on! magazine. How many Dragons will they
Magical Library Shelves There are times when the harried Dungeon Master needs to populate a Magic User’s library with some tomes that aren’t spell books. After all, there is certainly much theory involved with magic that go beyond a mere recitation of spells! Below is given a table for random books that might be found
The Fairy, or Fay as some know them, are a strange woodland race akin to the Elves. They share many of the physical aspects of the Elves such as sharply elegant features, lithe forms and pointed ears, but their sizes range from 1-2 feet in height. They also have iridescent wings on their backs for
Interested in knowing more about Labyrinth Lord, but just don’t feel like reading and would like to watch an informed video done by someone who plays the game? Check this out. Samwise7RPG, a recent old school convert, reviews and shows his love for old school gaming! Its broken into two parts for your viewing enjoyment!
The Cantrip is a tiny spell created by practicing students of the magical arts during their apprenticeship and while a minor dweomer they still have some uses to the adventuring Magic-User. Elves do not obtain cantrips at first level as they don’t learn such in their youth, though a friendly Magic User may teach them at a later date….