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Fantasy War Roleplaying Game Campaigns

How do you run a fantasy war roleplaying game campaign? How do you avoid getting bogged down in tedious battles with predetermined outcomes and few real choices? Regain focus on the characters and make sure every step of the way provide meaningful action. Continue reading

High-Level Campaigns For Fantasy Roleplaying Games

How do you create and run a high-level campaign for fantasy roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons, or the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game? It’s all about grander scale, more significant scenery and added complexity in both story and rules. Continue reading

Your First Pathfinder Roleplaying Game

How do you get started with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game? How to get started with the Pathfinder Roleplaying Roleplaying Game? What do you need to get started? What books to get? Do you go for first or or second edtion? This is not hard, but you have some choices to make. Continue reading

GM Tips For Roleplaying Game Sessions

Running a roleplaying game is both fun and rewarding. Here are my best GM Tips and practices to run the best possible rpg sessions for Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder RPG and other fantasy roleplaying games. Continue reading

The Heresy of the Faithful

The Faithful of the gods walk a challenging path, as a successful cleric must battle heresy, delve into church politics, smite evil and reclaim lost relics. This post presents hooks for your next story or roleplaying adventure for Dungeons and Dragons and the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

The Faithful serve something greater than themselves, a higher purpose, a deeper meaning, the divine. The path is unclear, and the dangers are many. The clergy deciphers truths from sign and portents, old relics, musty old tomes and voices in their head. The tasks at hand are daunting, the answers are few, but fortunately, there is strength in faith.

What can go wrong?

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