I finally got the chance to run "X Marks the Spot," a one-shot D&D adventure from Wizards of the Coast set in the plane of Ixalan (a setting in Magic the Gathering). My review follows, but you can watch the session I played (with folks I met via Variant Roles) on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88RKrrgggGg NB: A … Continue reading Review: X Marks the Spot (Ixalan)
The release of Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica, as fun as it is, should be seen in the context of the Plane Shift documents that provide more Magic the Gathering settings for Dungeons and Dragons. This also included a free adventure "X Marks the Spot" for the Ixalan campaign. Among other cool things ported from MtG into D&D, it uses … Continue reading Using treasure tokens in D&D
Once a country of picturesque villages, deep forests, and sublime mountain ranges, Krevborna is now preyed upon by werebeasts, witches, malicious fey, fiends, and the undead. The goal of adventures set in Krevborna is for the players' characters to find ways to fight back against the evil that taints the land. Someone must light a … Continue reading Adventure in the dark land of Krevborna!
Some time has passed since I sat down to take stock of my current calendar of games. I thought I might as well write it down here, for ease of finding it later if nothing else... Current Life As a professional adult, I travel for work fairly frequently, though not overwhelmingly so — about one … Continue reading Musing on my gaming schedule