D&D webcomic Archive

  • Monstrous Lair: Giant Spider’s Web (system neutral) This installment of the Monstrous Lairs-pdfs clocks in at 8 pages, 1 page front cover, 2 pages of advertisement, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, leaving us with 2 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   Sometimes, you just need a bit of dressing for a wayside encounter – or something specific to a monster type. Finding appropriate entries can be rough, and so, this series attempts to remedy this shortcoming on 2 pages, with a total of 7 d10-tables.   The first 10-entry table within this pdf notes approaches to a giant spider’s web, which includes rats loudly squeaking that might alert the spider, shadows clinging […]

    Monstrous Lair: Giant Spider’s Web (system neutral)

    Monstrous Lair: Giant Spider’s Web (system neutral) This installment of the Monstrous Lairs-pdfs clocks in at 8 pages, 1 page front cover, 2 pages of advertisement, 1 page SRD, 1 page back cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, leaving us with 2 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   Sometimes, you just need a bit of dressing for a wayside encounter – or something specific to a monster type. Finding appropriate entries can be rough, and so, this series attempts to remedy this shortcoming on 2 pages, with a total of 7 d10-tables.   The first 10-entry table within this pdf notes approaches to a giant spider’s web, which includes rats loudly squeaking that might alert the spider, shadows clinging […]

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  • Who are you and why are you famous? Colin: Well I once had a wizard who used disguise self to sneak over to the women’s side of the local hot springs. That PC is still remembered as a legend at Clearwater High. As for myself, I’ve had a hand in The Veranthea Codex, wrote the AaW modules Death & Taxes and For Rent, Lease or Conquest, and am the writing half of The Handbook of Heroes. Laurel: I’m not nearly as funny as Colin, so I’m happy to handle the art part of Handbook and leave the jokes to him.  I’ve done illustrations for White Wolf, Adventure a Week, and some small RPG publications, as well as a graphic novel […]

    NERDS OF INTEREST: THE CREATORS OF THE HANDBOOK OF HEROES

    Who are you and why are you famous? Colin: Well I once had a wizard who used disguise self to sneak over to the women’s side of the local hot springs. That PC is still remembered as a legend at Clearwater High. As for myself, I’ve had a hand in The Veranthea Codex, wrote the AaW modules Death & Taxes and For Rent, Lease or Conquest, and am the writing half of The Handbook of Heroes. Laurel: I’m not nearly as funny as Colin, so I’m happy to handle the art part of Handbook and leave the jokes to him.  I’ve done illustrations for White Wolf, Adventure a Week, and some small RPG publications, as well as a graphic novel […]

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