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Tips for Using Published Campaign Settings

The DIY Attic D&D Gaming Room by Gregory Han

You’ve got the D&D 3rd Edition-era Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, or maybe the Eberron Campaign Setting. Maybe you’ve read every damn one of those Dragonlance novels. Ever check out how many publications exist for the prolific Savage Worlds fantasy setting,

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Behold the Interactive Map of Faerun

Interactive Faerun Map

User loremaps posted a 3.5 Edition-era interactive map of Faerun in a thread at the official D&D Reddit. And it is crazy good, with some serious levels of detail when you click on any of the map reference pins!

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Review: Out of the Abyss

Out of the Abyss

If you’re looking for material to loot for your home game, this book is solid gold: evocative NPCs, a great variety of locations and plot threads, a superb mixture of railroady adventure path-style and wide-open exploration, and some incredibly iconic

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Out of the Abyss DM’s Kit & Screen Now Available!

Out of the Abyss DM's Kit & Screen

When brave heroes learn that the Demon Lords themselves have come Out of the Abyss, a perilous journey through the Underdark is Faerun’s only hope! An epic adventure path requires just the right tools to make it run fast and

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Review: Elemental Evil Player’s Companion

Elemental Evil Player's Companion

It’s simple, it’s focused, and it packs a mean punch! The Elemental Evil Player’s Companion is a free PDF (and cheap print-on-demand product) via Dungeon Masters Guild) that covers 4 vaguely elementally-inclined races and 43 new elementally-infused spells, providing players

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Review: Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide

Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide

Unsure of who the target audience is, Wizards of the Coast makes its first critical fumble with the Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide, a slim book featuring some real diamonds in terms of character creation (Backgrounds, Races, and Classes), but ultimately covering the

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Lost Mine of Phandelver Notes and Ideas for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition

Lost Mine of Phandelver

Lost Mine of Phandelver is an excellent starting adventure and mini-campaign that showed up in the D&D Starter Set for 5th edition, and even after several big adventure path releases it remains one of the best things that Wizards of

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The Calendar of Harptos

The Calendar of Harptos

The first product offering from neuronphaser.com for Dungeon Masters Guild is now up for sale as a Pay What You Want PDF: The Calendar of Harptos! The Calendar of Harptos is the primary calendar used across Faerun. Use this to track

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Dungeons & Dragons 5E: The Daggerdale Campaign Threats

Zhentarim Symbol

Daggerdale during the AD&D 2nd Edition-era is full of cool stuff: its rightful ruler (Randal Morn) runs an open resistance against the Zhentarim that occupy Dagger Falls and the northern trade route; a resurrected Mage-Lord is inflicting a terrible plague

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Dungeons & Dragons 5E: The Daggerdale Campaign Sandbox

Daggerdale 1-mile hex map

Daggerdale during the AD&D 2nd Edition-era is a very interesting setting: its rightful ruler (Randal Morn) runs an open resistance against the Zhentarim that occupy Dagger Falls and the northern trade route, and several adventure modules feature other dire threats,

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