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One and done

One and done

Sometimes, you don’t have time for an epic D&D campaign.  Sometimes, you just want to get together with some friends and have an adventure.

One-shot adventures exist to fill this niche.  They are self-contained stories that can be played in a single session, or strung together to form a makeshift campaign.  Writing, and stockpiling, one-shots can be incredibly useful if you have multiple groups of players who are just looking to introduce different groups to the game, or if you come up with a concept that doesn’t require months of play to explore.

But where to begin?


Author: Robert Trueblood

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You choose...wisely

You choose...wisely

You pursue your quarry through the twisting passages of the underdark, your steps echoing with those of your prey. The villain will not escape your grasp. Not this time. Not again. You sprint faster. Is it a trick, or does...

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The Pitfalls of Planning

The Pitfalls of Planning

Dwight D. Eisenhower said “plans are worthless, but planning is everything”.  In preparing Dungeons and Dragons sessions I have found this to be almost eerily true. So why?  What's the difference? To understand, I’m going to take you through three...

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Seven habits of Highly Effective Roleplayers

Seven habits of Highly Effective Roleplayers

A good tabletop RPG is the most fulfilling gaming experience you can have. But the difference between a party that devolves into endless dilly-dallying and one that creates compelling, fun and engaging storylines can often be the players themselves. Keeping that in mind, here are some tips to help your characters make the most of their campaign.
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