DIY RPG Healing Potions!

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Recently, there has been a growing trend of RPG gamers creating their own healing potions using unique glass jars and dice. You can pick these up on Etsy, or simply make them yourself. They make great gifts for your PCs or friends, or, a nice reusable in-game item for any GM. The potion bottle pictured here was crafted using a …

Hammerdog Games: The Grande Temple of Jing 5e Preview and The World’s Greatest Screen Review

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It’s time you turned the page and began your journey. Just remember, the labyrinth is endless, and fraught with peril. Hammerdog Games‘ The Grande Temple of Jing’s 5th Edition revamp Kickstarter campaign is in its final week. The original edition, compatible with the Pathfinder (first edition) system was 500 pages, jam-packed with adventures, lore, game master tools, tables, maps, stories, …

NorthernIceWerks 3D Printed Miniatures Review

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NorthernIceWerks prints a variety of 3D sculpts and lists them for sale in their Etsy shop. NorthernIceWerks is icensed to print and sell these models via various agreements with the 3D artists who created the sculpts. Currently, they offer a variety of prints including: goblin village huts, townsfolke, dwarf clans, goblin war bands, skeletons, and more. Compared to the majority …

Dungeon in a Box: Caravan of Peril Review

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Dungeon in a Box is a monthly RPG subscription box that contains everything your group needs to run an adventure. This week, I had an opportunity to take a look at the first box in the Secrets of Greenwold adventure arc: Caravan of Peril. I must admit that when the box arrived in the mail, I was a bit suspicious. …

The World of Farland Campaign Setting Review

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Farland is a world that has been conquered by evil. It has been sundered into seven kingdoms, each ruled by an evil lord who personifies one of the seven deadly sins. These beings, called the Lords of Sin, hold the land in a dark grasp. In the conquered kingdoms, the Lords of Sin enslaved the population and made their primary …

The Haunt Review

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In ages past, an ancient town was lost and destroyed to a siege of orcs. Only one building survived and to this day, the manor is the only still standing building to be seen for miles around. Some say it is haunted, a few whisper of great treasures within, whilst others whisper that it is the manor itself that lives! …

Jetpack7’s Masters and Minions: A 5th Edition Supplement Review

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Lord Sebastian is a vampire. Like any vampire, he needs to feed to survive. Blood. Drag-and-drop supplements are increasing in popularity these days. I recently had the opportunity to take a look at Jetpack7’s Masters and Minions: A 5th Edition Supplement. This 5E supplement is centered around this growing trend of reducing prep time for gamemasters and contains encounters for …