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A Guide To Mounted Combat – D&D 5e
Upon your steed, you gallop into battle. Ogres, Orcs, and Goblins all stand in your way, but with a slight lean to your left and your shortsword in hand, you slash your foes and dash back to safety. That sounds like a classic Dungeons and Dragons scene, right? Well, it …
How To Edit Your Sessions When Your Players Have Real Life Levels of Exhaustion – 5e
If one or more of your players are parents of newborns, work on the graveyard shift, or have issues sleeping, then you may need to edit your session to cater to your sleepy friend’s needs. Today, we will remind you that Dungeons and Dragons is meant to be a fun …
Dragon of Icespire Peak: Starting Your Preparations
First time Dungeon Masters picking up the Dragon of Icespire Peak module can have a hard time navigating the information. For one, it has a lot to work with, and secondly it can go in so many directions. This is why many DMs love the campaign, but if you haven’t …
Turn Buying And Selling Into An Adventure 5e
Shopping in Dungeons and Dragons can feel like a real bore. If your campaign doesn’t have strong Non-Player Characters that the players want to talk to, then all you’re really doing is pointing out how much money the characters have and what the items are in the shop. New Dungeon …
Pricing Items 5e
This article is for Dungeon Masters who have to create a shop on the fly, and haven’t had time to make a note on each item's price.  We’ve all been there, when a player is desperate to sell a random item they found on their adventure so they can free …

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