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My primary goal is to create unique RPG maps to challenge your players in fun and exciting ways.
There is no good without evil. I will be creating one-shot adventures complete with writing and maps to spice up your campaigns or for a quick on the spot session.
I have two different podcasts. One with my son called Dungeons and Kids where I will put him on adventures and see how he overcomes monsters and obstacles. Coming soon is Dungeons by Dan where I will discuss various D&D related topics.
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Mind Flayers Blog
From the Ithillid's manuscript to you
Rowan and Scoop tackle problems both large and small. When a butterfly calls for help about local beetles stealing their food, he jumps into action to get the food back.
Guest kid adventurer Dylan combines forces with Rowan to remove the T-Rex problem terrorizing the townsfolk.
In my own campaign, I have a specific story to tell. It’s a good story, no GREAT one, but I’ve noticed it feels to me like it lacks character building. I mean, it DOES lack character building. For as long as I can remember RPG were about epic adventures and leveling to gain new powers.[…]
Rowan plays Indiana Jones as massive spiders and boulders rage through the town. His side-kick Scoop helps him defeat the spiders and rid the town of their arachnid problems.
Rowan explores the Princess’ tower to find out why she hasn’t come out in the past few weeks only to find that an evil mage has imprisoned her in a cage. Unexpected things happen while he tries to get the key to free her!
Rowan finds a Red Dragon that is terrorizing the land. After a fierce battle, he subdues the dragon and takes the treasure only to find ruffians trying to steal it from him.
I’ll come out and say it right away, you should use more traps and terrain obstacles in your campaign immediately. Pitting the PCs against monsters is a great pinnacle of a story, but there is nothing like a good trap or terrain obstacle. In the past few months, I played two 4-hour sessions based solely on terrain obstacles and traps. Both sessions were some of the most memorable sessions that I’ve played in a while. […]
Plains might seem like a rather lackluster place to set an encounter because the imagination brings up visions of a flat grassland. In truth, there are actually a massive amount of ideas you can muster when it comes to plains terrain. On your next random encounter, give it a try. The possibilities are exciting and easy to[…]
Recently I ran a segment of a campaign where the PCs needed to find the crew of a recent ship that went lost. They knew that the lighthouse inhabitant was dead and without the light being manned and the sailors at sea would crash. In their search of the island, I needed to create a[…]
Last week, I discussed how I was using images to create Photo-Realistic images. That is great when I have time to be on the computer, but often I find myself with just my iPad. Soon enough Affinity Photo will be available on tablets. Until then, I needed to figure out some other solution to add[…]