Remember Lava and a Cup of Java at the 2010 Phoenix Comicon? Well the D&D crew from Ben’s RPG Pile is back at it again as we take up the mantle of “DM to the Masses”. Yes, Ben (Cheez), Rob (Magnum), Gabe (Drako) and Jason (Craggy) have put together another D&D steeple chase with harrowing twists, turns, traps and tragedy. We call it, “The Ark of Souls”.
Despite water’s ongoing terrain headaches & bad AD&D swim-check memories, everybody occasionally wants a boat in their RPG life. So Ben scoured his D&D Pile in an attempt to share some ship-shape options.
NewbieDM.com recently called upon fellow DMs to share their binders with the RPG community. A grand idea indeed – let’s see what lies behind Ben’s screen on any given game night.
Everything starts with a running campaign outline filled with core characters and key plot points. Ben is running the Shadowfell three-part module series and this outline has helped remove some of the story complexities.
A big bad boss isn’t too intimidating if he doesn’t have a throne truly fit for a king, right? Never fear. Ben shows you how he made sure his latest 4E Phoenix Comicon Dungeon Delve had the furnishings to back up all that evil.
Let’s start with your inspiration. Ben loves the old Mage Knight Dungeon Accessory throne but its size is quite lackluster and a little too doll housey.