The Cabal escapes Helm’s Hold prison.
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Apart from wargaming just about every period imaginable, I’m also rather keen on old school Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying, especially the original Basic edition of the game. When you couple that with enjoying the odd bit of desktop publishing you …
The scarecrow. A man made of hay that is used to scare off the crows from the fields, inevitably protecting the crops. Why is the scarecrow such a widely seen and used part of Halloween symbolism? Scarecrows represent the harvest, and Halloween was ori…
The Cabal is joined by a Cleric of Tempus as they fight for their freedom!
In this Flip Through Matt takes a good look at The Rise of Tiamat without spoiling it. This book is full of content, very few pictures. The Rise of Tiamat will be available in stores November 4th 2014. you can also grab a sample at D&D Organized Play.
A sneak preview from the 5th edition Dungeon Master’s Guide coming out in December,
The cabal fight to escape their prison. As they battle the mad dragon Chartilifax they are unaware of the threat that lurks within the darkness of Helm’s Hold.
How hiding works in 5e D&D
The Cabal attempts to escape from their prison.
Helm’s Hold, the legendary monastery at Neverwinter, now used as an asylum for the criminally insane.
The Tomb of Horrors is a classic within the world of Greyhawk.
This storyline features a cabal of 17th level mercenaries struggling to survive the Tyranny of Dragons.
Mapping Symbols Chat for your own awesome D&D maps.
The strange and dreadful ABOLETH.
Story: Chris Perkins/Wizards R&D
Script: Bart Carroll
Artist: David Baldeon
Colorist: Joana Lafuente
Letterer: Neil Uyetake
As we prepare to start our high-level Forgotten Realms campaign, the Dungeonmaster provides a little background for the players to consider…
“Some believe that Tiamat is the ruler of the First Layer of the Nine Hells.”
Marvelous Magic Items for your D&D campaign based on Marvel Superheroes and Villains.
The Nine Hells remains a prison for Tiamat, but for how long?