Where do we start when adapting a published campaign for one-on-one play? What should you take into account as the player in this situation while you prepare your PC? For the short answer: have an idea as to why the PC is going to take part in the storyline. Why will they … [Read more...] about Character Questions for Adapting Published Campaigns for One-on-One Play
A couple of weeks ago, I went back through the various sourcebooks to revisit my character's subclass. I was frustrated with the ranger subclass I'd picked, the Horizon Walker from Xanathar's. I chose it early on in our game as our home campaign's narrative revolves around … [Read more...] about Catering to Character Subclasses
Alternatives to the Heroic PC Approach in One-on-One D&D Over and over again in advice for setting up a duet game, I see the same thing: make sure the player feels like the hero. Make sure the PC [player’s character] feels like the hero. I want to push back on this. … [Read more...] about Be the Hero?
A Martial-Focused Urban Druid Subclass Based in Waterdeep or the homebrew city of your choice The Circle of Balance druid subclass* provides provide a fun and flexible alternative specifically designed for urban campaigns. It lends more of a martial slant to druids … [Read more...] about Circle of Balance
We're part of an exciting new bundle on DMsGuild, Sidekicks of the Guild, that brings you so many different sidekick options and our two newest adventures! This bundle is no longer available, but we'll have an updated version coming out in December with new titles! What's … [Read more...] about Sidekicks of the Guild