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Rob Wieland

Rob Wieland

The Psychedelic Fantasy of Troika! Is As Weird As You Want It
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Most fantasy RPGs fall somewhere on the spectrum between high fantasy and low fantasy. Different editions of Dungeons & Dragons have been in various spots on this line. There’s a third category...
Return To Ravenloft In Style
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Curse of Strahd has become one of the most popular campaign books of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition. The love of the spooky realms within the mists is still very strong as evidenced by the...
Let's Look At Loke Battlemats
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When the time for combat comes in an RPG the Game Master must decide whether they want to run it using the theater of the mind or on the table with a map or battle grid. While I usually use the...
Make Deadlier Dungeons With This Book
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Traps are an iconic part of the Dungeons & Dragons experience. Nearly every table has a story about a time when a trap took someone by surprise or how it was used to the group's benefit when...
The Best Cyberpunk Game You’re Not Playing Right Now
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Cyberpunk is on a lot of minds right now. The two largest franchises in the genre, Shadowrun and Cyberpunk, recently released new editions to great fanfare. For fans of the genre who aren’t...
Make Your Fantasy Inns and Shops Remarkable
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Two classic fantasy campaign staples are the local shop and the local inn. Players love to haggle, burgle and peruse the wares of the shopkeeper looking for that great magical item that will make...
Spectacular Settlements Bring Dungeons & Dragons Home For The Holidays
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Home is where the heart is, but for many fantasy games, it’s where the loot is stored. Coming back to town is an important part of many games’ play cycles but Dungeon Masters often struggle to...
Follow Broken Compass To Pulp Adventure
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Ever since Indiana Jones outran a boulder in the opening minutes of Raiders of the Lost Ark, gamers have been chasing a pulp adventure high. Pulp adventure offers a heightened take on a lot of...
My Favorite Player Options From Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything
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This week brings the release of Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything and with it, the giddy anticipation of Christmas Eve for Dungeons & Dragons fans. Wizards of the Coast has kept a pretty tight grip...
Vaesen Explores Moody, Mythic Mysteries
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Over the past six years, Free League Publishing has climbed to the top of the tabletop RPG design house ranks. Its games tend toward the darker end of the spectrum, ranging from the Fallout like...
Low Fantasy Gaming Offers A Delicious Blend of Different D&D Editions
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Between retroclones, OSR-inspired games, used copies, PDF copies of earlier D&D editions and the wildly successful 5th edition of Dungeons & Dragons, there are a lot of options for players who...
Five Things I Love About Shadow Of The Demon Lord
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I’m not sure why I like dark fantasy the way I do. Maybe it’s because I fell hard for the World of Darkness in the 90s and just can’t shake it. Maybe I wanted to step away from my Tolkien loving...
The Young Adventurers Guides Kick In The Door To Dungeons & Dragons For Kids (And Adults)
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One of the strengths of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition is how accessible it is to new players. The game mechanics have been simplified. There are a pair of boxed sets in the Starter Set and...
The Warhammer Fantasy Role Play Starter Set Is A Great Gateway Into A Grim Game
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It's time for Confessions of a Game Designer. I didn't know much about the Warhammer games or settings outside of the fact that many of my friends loved them and that they had hundreds of dollars...

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