Developing Akorros (part 3) – Factions

This is part 3 in a multi-part series developing the city of Akorros in Darokin from the skeleton outline in GAZ11 The Republic of Darokin to a full-fledged city which I can use as a campaign base. In this series of blog posts you will be able to follow along my research and thinking as … Continue reading Developing Akorros (part 3) – Factions

Developing Akorros (part 2) – city layout

This is part 2 in a multi-part series developing the city of Akorros in Darokin from the skeleton outline in GAZ11 The Republic of Darokin to a full-fledged city which I can use as a campaign base. In this series of blog posts you will be able to follow along my research and thinking as … Continue reading Developing Akorros (part 2) – city layout

Developing Akorros (part 1) – setting the scene

This is the first in a multi-part series developing the city of Akorros in Darokin from the skeleton outline in GAZ11 The Republic of Darokin to a full-fledged city which I can use as a campaign base. In this series of blog posts you will be able to follow along my research and thinking as … Continue reading Developing Akorros (part 1) – setting the scene

Ragnar’s Keep Review

I follow Paper and Dice's interesting blog "Writing and Rolling", which mainly reviews creatures (including possible campaign hooks) and provides conversions of creatures from older rulesets to 5e. A month ago he very kindly branched out and posted a detailed review of Ragnar's Keep. He has put a lot of effort into it, which I … Continue reading Ragnar’s Keep Review

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Ragnar’s Keep – a mediaeval castle setting for fantasy RPGs

Are you a GamesMaster for a fantasy role-playing game? Do you struggle to make your settings feel real? Do you need a castle home base? Or a castle for the players to attack? Or a refuge from the dangers on the road? Maybe some NPCs in a wilderness stronghold? Ragnar's Keep is a detailed castle … Continue reading Ragnar’s Keep – a mediaeval castle setting for fantasy RPGs

RPGaDay2019 Day 3 – Engage

Yesterday was Unique. Ready to Engage? That's the inspiration for day 3 of #RPGaDay2019. Over the last 2 years since starting GMing D&D in earnest again, I have been on a journey learning what engages me and what doesn't. I started running a regular campaign again just under two years ago - September 2017 - … Continue reading RPGaDay2019 Day 3 – Engage