Here is a list of articles I have written for Tribality.
Tribality is a multiple author blog and two-time ENnie nominated website. We write a lot about tabletop RPG games from the Game Master perspective with homebrew creations, exciting news, upcoming events, crowdfunding projects and our campaign adventures.
Five Commonly Confused Rules In D&D 5e
D&D has a lot of rules. In this article, I discuss the top five rules that I struggled with as a new DM and that have consistently confused players at my table.
The more I dug into the lesser known or often misinterpreted rules of Dungeons & Dragons, the more material I found to discuss. This is the final article in this 3-part series.
The game starts off great. But then…something changes. The game stalls. People get up from the table or check their phones. You notice a glazed look in even your most dedicated player. What happened?
Five Magic Items to Inspire Player Creativity
Magic items are a huge part of any Dungeons & Dragons game. Players love getting them. DMs love giving them. Items don't have to be legendary to create an exciting experience.
In tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons, players create their own characters and Dungeon Masters create dozens of NPCs to populate the world. How can you create an authentic character that you feel comfortable roleplaying?
As any experienced DM will tell you…the CR is merely one factor out of many. It is very possible for a battle that should have been a challenge to end up a push over, while a supposedly “medium” encounter turns into a bloodbath.
Here are five creatures with a CR of less than 1 that punch above their challenge rating.