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Jebedda’s Escape

Here’s a little introductory backstory I wrote for two of my players in a 5e D&D campaign I started some time ago. I used much of the Lost Mine of Phandelver, the adventure that comes with the 5th Edition Starter … Continue reading

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Farkas and the Beast

Here’s a short backstory I wrote for an application to a play-by-post 4th Edition D&D game some years ago. I don’t believe my submission was selected to play in the adventure, but I recall enjoying writing this introduction. At the time, … Continue reading

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Makimbe

Here’s a backstory of a character that I wrote up for an unfortunately short-lived play-by-post game. The game was supposed to run Pathfinder’s Skull and Shackles adventure path, a pirate themed adventure. I had hoped to play Makimbe, a witch … Continue reading

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Character Backgrounds

One of the things that I always try to do when I start a campaign, or have new players join and existing game, is to tie their characters into the story. Working with players to tweak their character’s background is … Continue reading

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Play By Post – A rogue’smorning

I’ve always enjoyed playing D&D, and some ten years ago was amazed to discover play-by-post (PBP) games where users across the internet came together to slowly weave their adventures on web forums. Players take turns writing up actions for their … Continue reading

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The Beginning

Everything starts somewhere, and so this is the start of my blog. Why am I starting a blog? What am I trying to say? In truth, I’m not yet sure. Like many, I’ve dreamt of writing something, or rather publishing … Continue reading

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