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Grab this map the next time your role-players go wandering through the woods. Have them run into Kingswood a quaint town by the sea or a ..read more
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Technology has obviously become a huge part of our modern lives. Gamemasters should embrace it, especially if you are not prepping for ..read more
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Another great city for you to use in your next tabletop RPG session. Use my random 1D100 tables to fill in some details. The map was ..read more
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Another important resource at the gamemaster’s disposal that usually goes overlooked is to listen to the table. What I mean by that is as ..read more
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Running an RPG session without prepping can certainly lead to mistakes. However, I made a ton of mistakes even when I spent hours prepping ..read more
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The Starfinder character sheet! I decided to collect different Starfinder character sheets as I did with Pathfinder character sheets. I ..read more
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No-prep GMing can be very rewarding. However, one of the biggest pitfalls can be names. Coming up with exciting people and place names on ..read more
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  A small village provides many opportunities for role-players, so grab this town map and use it in a session. Use my random 1D100 tables ..read more
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A friend in my gaming group created these two D&D Race and Class tables. These random tables come in handy while playing D&D. Often ..read more
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These D&D critical hit weapon damage tables were created by one of my regular gaming group members. Sometimes you just want to add a ..read more

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