D&D

Why do they do it? Have you ever thought about why wizards follow the brash warrior and foolhardy thief into the dungeon? When a peasant's mind is full of questions, that is... more
It's a good idea to leave the dungeon once a party's adventuring day is done. Exhausted after searching empty rooms, fighting monsters, avoiding traps, and arguing over loot, it... more
I was talking with my friend Joseph Hines about Death Race: Fury Road. Basically, he was saying that it's fairly lethal and surviving depends on pure luck rather than any... more
It's been awhile, but I've got another table for you and... guess what? It's truly random!!! Truly Random Table #8 1. Oreo Candy Cane (flavor of the month - December) 2... more
I was reading some of the RPG reviews on my friend Thilo's endzeitgeist site, particularly this one... and I had an idea. Why not create a multi-category random table to... more
You know the drill, and if you don't... well, I can't be held responsible for the awesomeness of your gaming (or lack thereof). Yet another d6 table that is truly random!... more
The only credit I can take for the creation of this random table is that I lost my marbles - or, rather, my mind creating this latest Kickstarter. Glynn was imaginative enough to... more
Ever wonder what's inside that creature, entity, organism, cyborg, or whatever the Hell it is? Me, too. This idea came to me shortly after putting the finishing touches on... more
The majority of NPCs in fantasy RPGs will be peasants - poor, cowardly, degenerate, covered in shit, and nearly worthless when it comes to mighty deeds, conjuring firestorms, and... more
You know the drill. These d6 tables don't make no god damn sense! The results are indeed truly random. This is the previous one. Here's your next installment of Truly... more
I have a bit of history with Kasimir Urbanski or the RPGpundit... a colorful history of similarities, differences, agreement, and being at completely opposite ends of the spectrum... more
Ok, here's another truly random table. Check out the previous entry. Remember, there are no handy guidelines, parameters, or boundaries. This d6 table can result in pretty... more