Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 Archive

  • The Rotating Labyrinth (3.X/almost system neutral/5e)   EDIT: So, since I downloaded this pdf, there has been a 5e-version added. The review has been amended to include notes on the 5e-version as well.   So, what is this? This could be used as a stand-alone dungeon-level, or as a slot-in to be included in another dungeon. The dungeon’s peculiarities include three items (that lack price/cost to create/etc.) that can help navigate the dungeon. In 5e, these lack scarcity-ratings. Similarly, there are a couple of items that don’t allow for bypassing, which can be a bit frustrating: E.g. a door may not, not even with a superb check and magic, be picked.   As written, the pdf contains two statblocks, both […]

    The Rotating Labyrinth (3.X/almost system neutral/5e)

    The Rotating Labyrinth (3.X/almost system neutral/5e)   EDIT: So, since I downloaded this pdf, there has been a 5e-version added. The review has been amended to include notes on the 5e-version as well.   So, what is this? This could be used as a stand-alone dungeon-level, or as a slot-in to be included in another dungeon. The dungeon’s peculiarities include three items (that lack price/cost to create/etc.) that can help navigate the dungeon. In 5e, these lack scarcity-ratings. Similarly, there are a couple of items that don’t allow for bypassing, which can be a bit frustrating: E.g. a door may not, not even with a superb check and magic, be picked.   As written, the pdf contains two statblocks, both […]

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  • If you’re reading this then you too probably love Role-Playing Games.  I’m not talking about those computer games where you are given 3 different answers to a question but the game still goes down the same path.  I’m talking about table-top role-playing games with paper, pencils, and dice.  (Although some of my younger players now bring laptops to the gaming table!)  Ah, the smell of a fresh boxed set campaign setting split open with fresh polypropylene polyhedron dice rolling about the table while players finish filling out their crisp character sheets.  Soon those sheets will have holes worn in the HP box where the pencil eraser has dug a groove big enough to shove your finger through.  The gear section […]

    Dungeons and Dragons – Why I’ll never stop playing

    If you’re reading this then you too probably love Role-Playing Games.  I’m not talking about those computer games where you are given 3 different answers to a question but the game still goes down the same path.  I’m talking about table-top role-playing games with paper, pencils, and dice.  (Although some of my younger players now bring laptops to the gaming table!)  Ah, the smell of a fresh boxed set campaign setting split open with fresh polypropylene polyhedron dice rolling about the table while players finish filling out their crisp character sheets.  Soon those sheets will have holes worn in the HP box where the pencil eraser has dug a groove big enough to shove your finger through.  The gear section […]

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