NameNewt Readerman
ClassNetromancer
RaceHuman
Level1

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Winging It

Posted by Cleric O’Doom on August 31, 2015

As many of us know, large groups are hard to find and harder still to keep together. I am a DM and I tend to run small groups. I'm talking 1-3 players small. I run my games loose and heavy on the story telling. Getting bogged down in dice rolls or rule searching is not going to happen in my games. Also, I tend to run more NPC henchmen/adventurers then other DM's.

One of the most memorable campaigns I ever ran had an adventure group trapped in a small mountain town when the pass was snowed in. There were two players; a Human Paladin and an Elven Ranger. I augmented the party with a few NPC's for better balance: a Dwarf…

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Friendly Fireball

Posted by Newt Clear on August 30, 2015

I got together with several of my work buddies and decided to start up a 5th Edition campaign, as the tabletop RPG veterans of the group were interested in trying it out. The first session was devoted to character creation and making sure all the numbers lined up. Level 1, so nothing crazy starting off.

We ended up with the following party: A Half-Orc Cleric of War. A Dragonborn Fighter with a Greatsword. A Halfling Rogue with a penchant for trickery. A Half-Elf Druid raised by wolves, which we nicknamed Moon Moon. Finally, a Tiefling Sorcerer, who made the dubious decision to be a Wild Mage. Pay attention to the last two. They'll…

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