Learning to write for others and possibly self-publish is my goal for this blog, and is also why I finally got a twitter account ten years after everybody else. The RPG Writer Workshop is one of many possible ways for both learning and publishing adventures, and this post recounts my experiences as I do the workshop lessons. The goal is to inspire and even help other DMsGuild writers. Continue reading “Writing Dungeons and Dragons DMsGuild Adventures in the RPG Writer Workshop”
The Forgotten Sanctum was once part of a larger underground complex of a powerful cult or mage guild, which now only exists in fading memory and vague text fragments.
The complex is buried and forgotten, and only parts like the sanctum are now accessible through new secret tunnels from the city above. Continue reading “The Forgotten Sanctum”
The Goblins of Duskwood, my Rpg Writer Workshop Dungeons and Dragons adventure, was uploaded on the Dungeon Master’s Guild yesterday. Continue reading “The Goblins of Duskwood DMsGuild Adventure”
Realizing what kind of stories you want to tell is crucial to do it well. I got a sense of what I wanted early but only now taken the time to actually define it, so this is a work in progress. What exactly is a dark heroic fantasy story? Continue reading “Dark Heroic Fantasy World Building”
Starting a new roleplaying game campaign is one of my favorite things in the world. Anyone who is even considering starting a game should get moving, it is a great feeling and so much fun. Continue reading “How To Write the Perfect Roleplaying Game Starter Adventure”