I’m reviving my website for 2021, so let’s jump back in to Storm King’s Thunder, a Wizards of the Coast Dungeons and Dragons Adventure for level 1-10. My group varied in size between 3 and 7 characters, finally settling on a core group of five players. We played all the way to the grand finale,Continue reading “Running Storm King’s Thunder Chapter Two: Goldenfields Route”
I’m running Storm King’s Thunder, a published Dungeons & Dragons adventure for characters of level 1 – 10, and it’s amazing. I’ll go over our first few sessions playing Chapter One: A Great Upheaval, providing some Dungeon Master tips for those who are ready to run this GIANT adventure in the North. The first chapterContinue reading “Running Storm King’s Thunder: Part One”
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