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The rise of the demon lords, archdevils and other lords of evil is a fantasy trope and is frequently used in fantasy fiction and roleplaying games.

The Sinister Warehouse

The Sinister Warehouse is a dungeon for fantasy roleplaying games set in a city environment. The warehouse is setting and system neutral for easy adaption and improvisation.

Sinister warehouses – hideouts for thieves, smugglers, cultists, renegade mages – are fundamental building blocks for fantasy roleplaying game city adventures. Criminal groups carry out their activities in plain sight in the heart of the city, often with the city ruler’s blessing. There are countless ways this can go wrong, so let’s dig in.

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The Wrath of the Demon Hunter

The Wrath of the Demon Hunters is a fantasy scenario of deception, betrayal, and action in five short scenes for a roleplaying game adventure or plot points for a story. The main character faces a demon hunter in this story and must escape by cunning or brawn. Continue reading

The Binder’s Sanctum

The Binder’s Sanctum is a dungeon for fantasy roleplaying games set in a forest environment. The dungeon is setting and system neutral for easy adaption and improvisation. Continue reading

Rise of the Demon Lord

The Demon Lord is rising. You know this. Whenever your campaign is in trouble, a demon lord could rise somewhere, and you’ll know you’ll be alright. Not necessarily great, but at least alright.

Let’s dig into the building blocks of a Rise of the Demon Lord fantasy roleplaying game campaign: the Demon Lord, the cults and the cultists, the bargains, the vague texts, the End Times, and all the good stuff. Continue reading

City Adventures for Fantasy Roleplaying Games

Dark and wicked cities are great settings for fantasy roleplaying game adventures, as you can quickly change between exploration, combat and roleplaying. Continue reading

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