Running a game of Dungeons & Dragons can be incredibly intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. There are some simple things to help you as the DM and your friends' first game go as smoothly as can be expected for a first-timer!
These are my personal recommendations - there's a lot of different ways to run games, but this is how I now run my games and I think it streamlines a lot of things. Read More
Several months ago I began dreaming up my own fantasy setting for D&D 5th Edition. It was (and still is!) a very daunting project to take on, but one I personally find very rewarding and exciting. I'm still very early in the process, but here are three things that I think help me keep going and enjoy the work I'm putting in. Read More
But why write about it? Or make videos about it? Well, I believe that you have to write 10,000 pages of shit before you can start getting to the good stuff. And while blogging on my personal site is nothing compared to attempting to write prose, it does work a part of my brain that I need to be able to write stuff for D&D and I need a place to work it out. So consider this blog my gym where I come to lift weights, do some bodyweight squats, and run on the treadmill as I prepare to run my D&D games. Read More