As someone who’s main campaign is set in a city – and by city I mean a metropolis that is the entirety of its own demiplane – I am always looking for more ways to fill it with life, whether it be shops, businesses, or the folks who make
Rescue Rainbow City is an upcoming adventure from Awfully Queer Heroes, the folks behind Saphyx Spectacular Spells, Selanars Socketed Items, and Adventures in ADHD. It will be available in both print and digital, and is being developed for both Dungeons & Dragons 5E and Pathfinder 2E. I was lucky
As someone who loves both vampires and writing (especially at the same time), being approached by Rori Montford (MontfordTales on Twitter) to write a review about her upcoming Dead Letter Society was an absolute no-brainer. Did I want to playtest something that involved at least two of my favourite
Running a homebrew 5e game based in a big city – and only a big city – means that I had to spend a lot of time filling that city up with stuff. Divvying it up into districts, making up businesses, parks, utilities, entertainment venues, religious buildings, back street
Recently I was approached by someone who was looking to “hire” writers for their TTRPG supplement (you’ll see why I put hire in quote marks soon). The exchange (which was conducted over DM) was over within just a few messages, and afterwards I was left with the burning desire
After appealing to twitter for help on what to write for my very first post on this blog, the most sensible answer came in the form of an introduction – something that would inform you, dear reader, about myself, where I came from, and where I hope to go.