Full Disclosure, this post actually covers three sessions that took over 10 weeks to play. Life really put the kibosh on getting the group together. So without further ado… Continue reading D&D Diary – Week 8 & 9… & 10
The party foils the plans of a new Dragon Cult and one member turns into Hagrid. But first, it’s a Total Party Kill!
Today, I’m going to kill the whole party. Screw ‘em. These guys have had it way too easy… Continue reading D&D Diary – Week 7
Playing this game for just 30 minutes might not help you paint a masterpiece, but you will still have a great time.
Players: 2-4 ___ Age: 12+
Hello. I’m Rich Stangle, and I’d like to… Continue reading Bob Ross Art of Chill
The party explores the ruined town of Thundertree, meets a famous celebrity, and gets in way over their head.
When last we left our heroes, they had cleared the village of Phandalin of bandits plaguing the town. They have now… Continue reading D&D Diary – Week 6
The game so bad-ass that it averted Global Thermonuclear War
Players: 2 ___ Age: 3+
Tic-Tac-Toe is, without a doubt, the coolest, most fantastic, and toughest game… Continue reading Tic-Tac-Toe
D&D Diary – Week 5
The Lost Mine of Phandelver Adventure Overview. First, I have a confession to make. We are not currently in Week 6 of the Phandelver Campaign. We are actually in Week… Continue reading D&D Diary – Week 5
One of our favorite co-operative games. Together everyone succeeds or dies. There is no middle ground, just sinking ground.
Players: 2-4 ___Age: 10+
There are three things in this world I love, Games, Indiana Jones style adventure, and… Continue reading Forbidden Island
How do you turn a lowly bandit hideout into an epic D&D adventure? By forgetting key details during the game. Dungeons and Dragons (like most RPGs) is the most extensive, exasperating, and enthralling game that you will ever play. No other game can go from sheer aggravation to riotous…
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