Over the weekend, I set up a blog at the Raging Swan Press Store and I’ve already posted up a couple of articles for the busy GM. If you need resources for an adventure featuring bandits or an adventure set in an evil fane check them out!
Please let me know what you think about the new format of the dX articles. I’ve tried to keep them short and sweet so a GM could print them out and take them to the game while providing enough detail to be useful. Let me know what you think, by leaving a comment on one of the articles!
I’m busy slaving away over some of Raging Swan Press’s releases for later in the year and just got an epic illustration from Matt Morrow! Check it out:
I love Matt’s old-school style, and I think he’d done a cracking job of capturing all the joys of a pit trap!
What do you think?
(And if you want the mystery product this illustration will feature in, be sure to sign up to our Patreon campaign!)
I’ve just posted up the most recent session summary of my Adventures in Shadow campaign over at gloamhold.com
Hit the image above to check it out!
I love gaming, and I love GMing. GMing, sadly, is a time-consuming hobby. Beyond actually running game night, GMing requires a decent amount of preparation. Sometimes getting ready for the game can take longer than the session itself! That’s not ideal as, like you I expect, I’m a busy chap. Luckily, I’ve recently been testing a new plan to crush my GM prep woes and make my campaign more awesome.
Another month is over, and so I’m reporting on my 2019 131,000-design word challenge for April. Last month, I managed 34,382 words; this month I clocked up 34,477 which is substantially more than my 11,000-word target. Thus, I am content.
Behold a graph of my progress to date for the year!
This means I’ve already written 133,497 words this year, which means I’ve “smashed” my yearly target by just over 2,000 words. I’m not sure what to do now. I didn’t foresee hitting my target so quickly. I might take a month of serious writing as there are some things I should *really* get done. Perhaps I’ll ponder that tonight while clutching a celebratory Maker’s Mark.