What started as a well-meant life as a monk, did not go as planned…I mean, the liquor was always good. And I became quite adept with my fists. But the best part was the illusion that I, my two compatriots and the master were just a pack of Kenku drunks.
After last weeks venture into storytelling and game suggestion (check out our article-Hags: Love, Nature and Destiny), we discussed the Mother of all Hags (literally), Cegilune, and mentioned that she would be a great patron for a warlock. As a part of developing The Magic Tavern’s next book, CONSTRUCTIVE CONSTRUCTS: SCARECROWS, I’ve done some extensiveContinue reading “Warlock Patron: Hags and Covens”
Through either a chance encounter in the night or a curse handed down your family for generations, you have been forever touched by the curse of the ghoul. Without intervention, you will descend into no more than a ravenous, flesh devouring beast. But you have a plan. You have reached out to the origin ofContinue reading “The Ghoul King’s Favorite: Warlock Patron”
BDC is responsible for the Insanity that follows. I have a limited in-game experience with monks. I’m not sure if any other DMs have had few of their players go the monk route or if it’s just me. But the one example I had was a bad one. He was an optimizer, which, in andContinue reading “In a different class: Monks are more Than just Kung Fu?”
When starting off new players who have no idea where to start with roleplaying, I usually suggest starting with a Fighter. I mean, it’s a simple ‘point and click’ type of character. What could be harder, right? Give the guy a weapon and point him in the right direction. The only problem is that, ifContinue reading “In a different class: Behind every great Fighter…”