Lazy Lion

My friends don’t need me anymore.

New York was an interesting experience for me. It made me realize everything that I could do on my own, and also just how much I loved my friends and Family. The decision to move back to Missouri and search for a job while here was easy to make – and I haven’t had cause

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Flower

How to Build your world – Part One

A lot of DM’s struggle with world building, and I don’t blame’em. It ain’t easy trying to keep track of some of these things: NPCs Town Names Monster Locations Politics Kingdoms Days/Nights/Moons History Religions Magic It’s enough to give anyone a headache. Factor in that your players are probably only going to explore 1/10th of

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Tortoise

Awaken the Dead God

This post was inspired by a post over in the D&D subreddit. You can have a link here. The basis of the question is this: How does your Big Bad Evil Guy wake up a dead god? There are a few parts to figuring out how you want this to go down for your players.

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Flamingo

My Best Friend’s Wedding Ceremony

Dearly beloved, Wait. Wait. Hold on a second. We’re missing someone. Let’s see. We’ve got the bride, the groom’s here, best man/Minister, couple’a beautiful bridesmaids, some scraggly lookin’ groomsmen… A pretty little flower girl, but… Where are the rings? Didn’t we hire a ring bear for this? David! Where’s the ring bear? Phew. Ahem. Dearly

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Goat

I ran away from home once.

I wrote this up July 6, 2012, but I thought I would share it here too. I ran away once. It was my baby sitter’s home. She was this mean woman who took care of me and my sister along with her kids. The youngest, (my age) was named Benny and he used to wet

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Eagle

A lot has happened

In June I drove back to Missouri for a week. I was officiating my best friend’s wedding, picking up my mother and Girlfriend, and in general just trying to reconnect with people I used to see daily. It left me very homesick. When I got back to New York, it didn’t take long before I

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Networking

How to train your Network

You should see the shudders I get from people when I talk with them about building their network. They almost visceral fear or loathing of the idea is evident on their face, and immediately their eyes gloss over like Brandon Stark’s when he wargs. I can’t blame them, either. Most people approach networking as if

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Village

A small town lives

So, I saw a thing asking about how to bring a small village to life. I’m going to assume this is a village near a forest, but with some arable land nearby. With that in mind, here are a few things a village needs to have in order to survive: Food Waste Disposal Water Relaxation/Recreation

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Fantasy

A history of violence and concern – pt 2

The day that Serindar’s luck ran out was a gorgeous summer day. He’d formed a band of misfit mercenaries; like him they wanted nothing more than to live their lives. They’d become almost like a second family to him, only he would’ve betrayed any of them for a gold coin. Never again would he allow “family”

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Prison Map

The Great Prison Escape

This is a Dungeons and Dragons/Roleplaying Game post. I loved the show Prison Break, and knowing that it’s going to be coming back to TV soon, it got me thinking about various different types of prison campaign scenarios. So I thought I would share them with the world, and let you figure out how to

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