We’re here with the 4th entry into our Adventure Seeds series (check out the new Adventure Seeds link in the header to find our previous articles), and today’s theme, by popular demand, is Port City Adventure Seeds! As I tend to run my games inland, this one was a bit of a welcome challenge for me.
Per usual, I have some assumptions about the port city in question, but you should be able to adapt any of these to fit a port city of different shape, size, or other quality. Here are the assumptions: Read More
I decided a few weeks ago to take the plunge and preorder the new Warhammer 40k 8th Edition Box Set. It was a bit of a strange thing to do on my part, because 1) it was driven by FOMO, which is something I almost never succumb to, and 2) it’s been over a decade since I last played a wargame, that being Warhammer Fantasy from before the new Age of Sigmar variant (High Elves/Ogre Kingdoms for life). Read More
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We have even more adventure seeds for you today to get your creative juices flowing! Rather than focus on an urban environment or specific race, this time we look at what you may experience in the desert or the towns and villages that sparsely populate it.
Unlike my previous entries in this series, I’m not assuming too much other than that these take place in a desert, and that there are some parts of it that people avoid for one reason or another. Other than that it’s standard fare, with any specifics mentioned in the seeds themselves. Without further ado, here they are! Read More
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Now that June is upon us, a new Unearthed Arcana article is out for us to look at! If you haven’t had a peak, open it up now in another tab and follow along!
Much like May’s article, June brings us a bunch of subclasses that have been revised based on user feedback alongside new Eldritch Invocations for the Warlock. Rather than go in depth on the mechanics of each subclass and the invocations, I’ll highlight aspects I like and dislike and give my general consensus on the option as a whole. So how does this month’s offerings hold up? Keep reading to find out! Read More