Three Shocking Things You Won’t Believe About D&D Combat

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August 27, 2014
Scry Bait Featured

Let’s not waste a lot of time with long-a$&, rambling introductions. I’ve written about handing actions, running basic encounters, building basic encounters, and social interaction. So, it’s time to wade into a topic very near and dear to the...
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Everything I Need to Know, I Learned on Zebes

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May 20, 2014
Zebes

Look, I have a huge ego. In addition to all the tweeting, this blog, that DM Word of the Week thing, tweeting on a separate account when I want to talk about video games, and handing out advice on ask.fm,...
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Gaming for Fun (Part 2): Getting Engaged

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February 5, 2014
Taking the Game Seriously

To Recap… Look, my word count is high enough and the first part of this two part extravaganza hasn’t gone anywhere. If you haven’t read it, READ IT. If you’ve forgotten it, READ IT AGAIN. Seriously, put in some...
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What Are Your Thoughts on D&D 5E

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July 7, 2014
AskFM

From my ask.fm page at http://ask.fm/TheAngryDM . The answer to this question was too long, so I have to put it here. Ok, let’s have it. What do you think of 5e/Next? Better? Worse? Just different? – AnonymousI’ll answer this, but here are the caveats....
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Respect the Metagame

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May 12, 2014
For Players

Last week, I was listening to one of my favorite gaming podcast, The NPC Cast. If you’ve never heard it, you should listen to it. Aaron and Del are really interesting and present diverse viewpoints on gaming and Chris...
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Popcorn Initiative: A Great Way to Adjust D&D and Pathfinder Initiative with a Stupid Name

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September 13, 2013
Setting the PCs Up to Fail

All right, kiddos, I am breaking from my usual game of writing thousands and thousands of words tell you how to run a game in exhausting detail (deliberate word choice, don’t correct me). Instead, I’m going to throw a...
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Stuff I Don't Hate

Dragon Age, Session Zero

Wherein the Angry DM reviews Dragon Age, insults the English skills of speakers of non-American English, and desperately defends random character generation.