Chase rules in D&D need a lot of work to make them usable.
I wrote an articleÂ on the ConTessa blog about Organizing a Public Game!Â It’s a bit logistics/nitty-gritty for organizers of Adventurers League and similar programs. Gleaned from the past 3+ years of organizing D&D at local game shops here in Las Vegas. Go there to read it!
This is a quick cross-post to the friend who guest-GM’ed for me a couple of weeks ago. I really like his blog because he gets into some deep intellectual territory, and in this particular post, he applied that to gaming and narrative.
I’m going to put a HUGE SPOILER TAG on this post because I’m going to talk about problems with a D&D module that I ran this weekend and which not too many people will have been exposed to. Over the weekend, I ran DDEX1-3 Shadows Over the Moonsea, a D&D Expeditions module for Adventurer’s League. […]
At Empire Games Encounters last night, we ran Hoard of the Dragon Queen, sessions 4 (my table) and 6 (the "level/episode 2" table). Typically, I take the new players or new characters to run them through part of episode 1. This week, I am down a DM, so I had recruited a backup DM (known […]