Why did I start DM’ing a campaign, and why in the world did I base the starting adventure on holiday movie tropes1? This week’s DM Tales reveals the origin for The Howlmark Holiday Adventures! There is a reason beyond me being rather strange. ↩
What’s a DM to do with a party which like to think, “Oh look, let’s do this thing that will throw plans in a crevasse?” Play along.
For the past two weeks I’ve alluded to the mythology of my homebrew World of Frosden campaign setting. This week, I start unpacking it a bit more.
I’m staring a YouTube channel to talk about the stories I’ve acquired as a beginner DM!
That moment when someone pulls an Indiana Jones on a monster.
Last week I ran the second session of Howlmark for my Monday night party. Things went sideways rather quick, which is fine because going sideways is kinda the point of D&D.