@dungeondxddy my Patreon indeed, at patreon.com/wanderingbeekeeper. A lot of older posts and some of the newer stuff is public. Development compiles of the game manual and some other stuff are restricted to patrons. Ignore the Tiers - $1 gets you access to all online Patron content. The higher Tiers will get hardcopies, dibs on playtesting, that sort of thing. Thanks for the comment!

A little bard chorus, as a treat 

Writing an adventure for Make Out Point, a common ground of excitement for you love. Two people enter the haunted house atop the hill together. If they make it out together, it's meant to be.

Found out today that you can put basic dice notation into a Google search and you'll get a virtual dice roller to give you the outcome.

Challenge prompt, horror/fantasy 

D&d posting:

For the last couple years, my wife has been such a great source of help when brainstorming adventure plots and little details. It's so nice when I need a little polish or when I'm completely stuck.

She came up with the idea of having a town that works like Omelas from that book by Ursula LeGuinn, and seeing what the players do with the premise (they rescued the kid and doomed the town lol)


D&D Amber don't look 

Treasure trap: a puzzle box with a keyhole. Players find the key down the line (perhaps on a related corpse? the locksmith has a brand on the box?) and when they turn the key, it doesn't quite click and the box doesn't open. Players keep turning, and finally the lock clicks! And then it begins to tick, and the key begins to spin slowly in the opposite direction. A bomb has been triggered and it can be stopped if the players can solve the puzzle box.

Contents and significance are up to you, GM.

D&D Worldbuilding, homebrew. 

I think I'm going to properly put pen to paper and write out main and secondary content for my Font of Life/Eternal Night campaign, and maybe start running it in the summer?

High tooting, fantasy literature rec, RPG rec request 

Okay, tell me about the coolest rpg characters you've ever played or have wanted to play. Get gritty and detailed pls.

Non d&d RPGs are very valid and welcome too.

i heartily recommend everybody just make dungeons. Draw them. It's good for the soul. They're your dungeons.

giving advice to a friend in the pregame about the trouble he's having getting his ideas out: "WRITE 'EM ALL AND LET GOD SORT THEM OUT."

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I launch Tuesday morning.

I've finally put everything in, including the video.

Can anybody tell me whether something needs addressing, or if this is the final draft before launch day?

Boosts super appreciated.


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Priority order: Healing, Charism, Heavy, Stealth. Heavy sort of drifts in the top three.

I need suggestions for a D&D character I'll be playing next week. The party is missing: Stealth, Charisma, Heavy, and Healing. I want to hit at least two of those, play holy/good, and play something big, like an Orc. The problem is that I'm just not that interested in a paladin, cleric, or crusader right now. I'm least interested in Stealth but will still take suggestions.

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