How do you beg, borrow, and steal for you Dungeons and Dragons game without totally ripping off a story, is it even possible?
It’s time to roll up your first character for your first Dungeons and Dragons game, what are the five things you need to do to get that character going?
It’s time for your next campaign, how and when do you introduce your next big bad guy to the players?
What are some of the pitfalls that a writer can come into when creating a character? And how do you avoid them?
How can you help foster and create memorable moments in your Dungeons and Dragons game?
How much does the Dungeon Master tell the story versus the players in a game of Dungeons and Dragons?
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