This Bard guide is strung together from many musicians across the internet. Taking the best notes and chords from those that came before, the Encore guide below hopes to get that foot tapping into your Bardic future. We also link to a full list of other great character optimisation guides for...
Are you ready to rage? While this 5E Barbarian charop guide is aimed at giving some mechanical advice, remember that character optimisation means different things to different players. I like to look at more than just damage dice, as a truly effective character is more than the notches on its axe.
Here's a great list of online resources that can help out aspiring GMs. Credit to /u/Apollonaut13 for putting together the majority of this amazing list. See the ever growing Google Doc here. They include Random Generators, Map Creators, Character Creators, Art databases, campaign hosts, virtual tabletops, forums, and player finders. Enjoy!
As a nerd and gamer I (and you) can be uniquely prepared to fight off the long hours of boredom on a long haul flight or road trip.
Despite reading guides from more experienced attendees, I walked away feeling as though I didn't get as much out of PAX as I could have done. Since then, I found my way to this year's EB Expo in Sydney and gained a few insights into the best practice for attending these events. So from one expo noob to another, here are some of my basic tips for attending PAX this year.
What follows are my notes and some resources for running 'The Hangover' in FFG's Star Wars RPG: Edge of the Empire. Of course, as a top tier Dungeon Master you'll be able to convert some of this for your own games, groups, and goals.