If you have the time to dedicate to it, I recommend Strahd to medium and high level DMs. It is a campaign that can be run as written but is flexible enough to adlib and make it your own.
I have been playing D&D for a number of years and more recently started running as DM of my own campaigns. I have been running campaigns for two years now, but I am still learning to this day.
Still, while there are a number of great video and text resources out there, I wished there was a more streamlined, holistic guide to how to be a first time DM or GM. In the interest of paying it forward, here is my guide, with a short table of contents, to get yourself started in running your first adventure. I hope it helps!
On December 15th, VidMe is shutting down. This comes as a huge blow to both us and other creators who had hope that it would be a viable alternative to YouTube. VidMe was very good to us (certainly better than YouTube ever was) and we wish the VidMe team success in their next venture.
The Games Done Quick crew, without venue or prior schedule, were quick to gather resources and hold a weekend long charity stream this past Labor Day weekend. This event was for relief to those in need after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
And now to shift gears to another topic I am passionate about.
More specifically, I wanted to talk about my passion for American football and the many issues I have with Fantasy Football, from the game itself to the impact on the sport.
Nintendo has made its best effort to get people unexcited about playing Twilight Princess HD.
The gameplay videos don’t show a game that is radically different from the original. The “Cave of Shadows” is the new dungeon, but it is nothing more than another set of combat trials as Wolf Link.
Still, the trailers and first impressions should not deter Zelda fans from checking out this game. Here are eight reasons to buy Twilight Princess HD, even if you played the original.