Hey, I haven’t been on in a while, I hope everyone is well. I decided to make this post about a really helpful website I’ve spoken about in the past, called Roll20 which can help DMs host online games, create maps, as well as keep track of their party’s PCs! I highly recommend this resource to anyone who wants to try something new, and has a lot of time on their hands. Continue reading
I can’t be the only one that’s so, so tired of the same overused “foreign” language tropes, and borderline racist, ripped-off cultures used in many tabletops, right? This post is a step by step process as to how to create your own languages and cultures within your campaigns – and not look gross to your players!
Welcome to the second installation of this post series! Last time, I talked about cheap supplies for DMs that anyone is able to obtain in order to create an enthralling experience for their players. Today, I’ll be talking about how to create terrain that’s visually striking, cheap, and easy to make! This craft will require supplies listed in the previous post, and other easily obtained, cheap materials.
I did tell a little fib in my last post; however, and did not have the time to craft these items a second time before putting this up. I will explain in excruciating detail how to craft this item, so no fear.
Not every DM has the ability to shell out hundreds of dollars per map on terrain supplies, miniatures, and especially not tiles or battle grids. These items can easily be found in your house, or purchased at a variety of places that aren’t out of your budget. these are some tips and tricks I use personally to ensure my party has a fulfilling experience, and is inexpensive enough that I can pick these things up when I have pocket change! Continue reading