Roleplaying in DnD is not always just between the player characters and your NPCs. One often missed experience is the roleplaying that happens between the player characters themselves. Master the Dungeon talks about how DMs can encourage that roleplay.
Towns are probably the most balanced location for Dungeon and Dragons stories. They are not too big like the cities or small as villages, yet towns strike a perfect balance in their scale. Dungeon Goblin walks through some techniques for creating your own towns.
D&D is full of monsters nobody likes, and we’re not just talking about player characters–these monsters are sure to leave your table stacking dice. Bell of Lost Souls covers 5 monsters no one wants to see coming around the dungeon corner.
Have you ever had a bad session as a DM? Did you ever think your story was bad or characters were flat? This happens to even the most experienced dungeon masters. You’ll always have times that you’re not at the top of your game. And you know what? That’s okay. Because being a dungeon master is hard.
Christmas is right around the corner, and it's about time to have your Christmas inspired adventure with your party. Dungeon Goblin brings a host of simple Christmas adventure hooks down the chimney for you this holiday season.
A torrent of water smashes into you. You feel a pain in your chest as a few ribs are broken by the impact. You look up to see an enormous, filth-covered water elemental glaring down at you. Perhaps crawling through the city’s abandoned sewage system wasn’t the smartest idea.
Inspired by Norse mythology, specifically the Poetic Edda, the ratatosk are celestial humanoid squirrels who dwell in the extraplanar environment of the World Tree. Ratatosks are insatiable gossips and tricksters whose joy in gathering secrets is only eclipsed by their delight in spreading those gathered morsels of gossip in mischievous ways.