BIG collaboration goes up on the Guild!

So this just went live on the DMs Guild this morning, and I couldn’t be more pleased with it. I had the good fortune to coordinate a crack team of best-selling Guild creators to make MLN, which brings you: 140+ spells 16 eldritch invocations 100+ magic items Vistani lore …and tons of jottings direct from …

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It’s been a long time.

Wow. I haven’t posted in…like…a long time. Truth is I’ve been fantastically busy. Writing, editing, doing voice work. I’ve been so busy I actually worked myself into an illness I’m even now getting over. There’ll be more to come. I’ve got a lot to tell you about!

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A new adventure!

It’s been a long time since I’ve released an adventure. That’s because I like my adventures to be absolutely perfect, and I think this one is as close as I’ve ever gotten to my design ideal. For your adventuring delectation, I present “Ransom at Falcon’s Crest” — an adventure in the Kingdom of Impiltur on …

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Guild-Only Editing Rates

I get asked a lot about my rates for editing projects destined for the DM’s Guild. In the interest of having them out there and available, here they are: Provided you send me a Word file, I use “Track Changes” to cover the following: Spelling Punctuation Grammar Spacing Capitalization Syntax (sentence structure & readability) Style …

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Hit Points – Abstraction?

It happens every couple of weeks, it seems. Someone posts somewhere lamenting about hit points in D&D and how they don’t make sense. An argument ensues about what hit points really mean. These arguments are almost always as poorly informed and poorly thought through as they are passionate. Here are my thoughts on it, collated …

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Massive new compilation released!

I’m very, very happy to be a part of “A Fistful of Coppers” – a compilation of more than 800 pages of best-selling D&D content from some of the best-known independent gaming writers. There’s adventures, character options, DM’s tools, you name it! Literally dozens of hours of entertainment are in this compilation, each and every …

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Just released! A guide to being a good player!

I just released a new thing: “I Want To Try! Tips on becoming a better player” is live now and shipping on the Guild.   There is tons of helpful information out there about how to be a better DM. Books, websites, blogs, Youtube video series, you name it. I’ve noticed, however, that there is …

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Reviews are awesome!

Chris Bissette over at Loot The Room was kind enough to include “Spells of Kara-Tur” in his most recent set of DM’s Guild reviews, and he liked it! Good reviews are always good, and a good review from a great reviewer is even better. There’s a bunch of other great products reviewed in that list, …

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Spells from Kara-Tur JUST RELEASED!

I’ve been working on this for a while now, and I’m really excited about it. One night weeks and weeks ago, I had just gone to bed, and on a goof pulled my original copy of AD&D’s Oriental Adventures to re-read for about the 10,923rd time. Leaving aside the casual racism of the title (it was …

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Chult collaboration released!

I’m proud to say I’m one of ten DM’s Guild creators who teamed up to bring you 27 new subclasses, 101 spells, new races and subraces, new backgrounds, and more. Nearly 160 pages of content, all designed to fit seamlessly into the Tomb of Annihilation storyline and other 5th Edition D&D games set in the …

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