Results for tag: dungeons and dragons
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For anyone in New Zealand, the NZ Rag provides a forum for all types of roleplaying, including D&D. Take a look at it at some point, it has people looking for DM's and players. Roleplaying events are posted, with details on: Battlecry, Kapcon, Bucket of Dice, Hydra, Chimera, etc. Some of the gaming clubs around the country are also listed. Check out the link below,
I hope that Kiwi's find this useful if you didn't already know about the website.
Posted by: Prom on Mar 22, 2013 at 04:46:12 PM
Posted by: Prom on Dec 24, 2012 at 08:39:27 AM
Dungeons and Dragons FATE RPG
Once upon a time in a far away land there was a band of heroes…
I’ve been planning to write this blog for a while, particularly with the development of Dungeons and Dragons Next. Just to warn you, this blog is not actually about the new D&D. The actual development of D&D Next looks promising, with a long period of open play-testing ahead. A simple core rule system with modular rules that can be added or excluded are all very smart goals to keep D&D tabletop games competing with video games. I would like to point out that a role play game called FATE, not to be confused with the video game, has been around for some time. It does much of what D&D Next is trying to achieve. I’ve talked about this system before in a past blog, but will...
Posted by: Prom on Oct 15, 2012 at 06:41:03 AM
I built this skill challenge for my War of the Titans Campaign as a follow up to a battle with a Storm Titan. Ranis the Storm Titan has taken his wraith out on the small village of Delwin. Ranis has grown arrogant and has command the township of Delwin to worship him with their blood. He’s also imposed fishing restrictions on the coastal town, which the townsfolk have ignored. The real reason for the Titan’s rage is a war that has been brewing with the other Titan’s. The Titan’s of the sky region have declared war on the earth bound Titan’s. As a way of declaring territorial rights the mortals of the world are being forced to worship the Titan’s and not the God’s.
Read the following paragraph to the players.
Posted by: Prom on Oct 2, 2012 at 06:52:09 AM
I wrote this skill challenge for my players in the D&D adventure “The Lord of the White Fields”. The 'Ghoul Country' skill challenge was just boring to run over and over again. I hope you as a DM find it useful.
Read the following paragraph slowly and ask the players what they want to do.
The streets of Hampstead are teaming with hordes of flesh eating ghouls, but as you cross the town a dark shadow falls upon you. The bellow from a monstrous winged beast echoes through the fog filled ruins, chilling you to the bone. You can hear a grizzly voice above your heads bark commands. “Find them, kill them. I want the flesh-bags. This world will be mine!”
This skill challenge involves the PCs travelling through the township of Hampstead and avoiding...
Posted by: Prom on Sep 4, 2012 at 08:06:42 AM
It's been a while since I had a go at writing an adventure and in this case it's really only an extension of someone else's writing. This mini adventure carries on from the 'Going Ape!' adventure for Dungeons and Dragons 4E, written by John Rossomango. I really like John's adventure and recommend it to other groups. The adventure expands the journey to wrap up the mystery of Cihuatlco.
The link to 'Going Ape' is here,
Posted by: Prom on Jul 15, 2012 at 02:54:18 PM
Vagabonds in Auckland are currently looking for a Dungeon Master to run their Dungeons and Dragons Encounters Event on a Wednesday night. The shop currently has the Spiderkiller promational adventure pack, but there are no pre-made characters. The Dungeon Master would get to keep the adventures they run for the shop at the end of a pre-arranged period of time. The Vagabonds shop in Auckland city would like the event run from 6.30pm to 9pm on a Wednesday, but Monday and Thursday are also possibilities. If you are able to run sessions for about 5-8 people on a weekly bases, please contact Armial or the staff on (09) 303 2750.
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